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At the invitation of Livraria-Galeria Municipal Verney, Ana Teresa Silva gave a presentation of her latest novel “Tomorrow is Another Day” on November 17, 2015. The literary moment became a creative and participatory event, where people challenged each other and discussed themes that live inside all of us. Between creative dynamics and artistic and literary […]
Between 11 and 13 September 2015, the II Portuguese Congress of Positive Psychology was held at the Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Politicas (ISCSP) under the theme Positive Communities and Relational Goods: co-construction of Public Happiness, which included a panel of national and international specialists, researchers and interveners. Ana Teresa Silva was present at […]
Excerpts from the book launch of “Tomorrow is Another Day” by Ana Teresa Silva (held on November 30, 2014 in Fábrica de Braço de Prata) which was filled with musical, literary and artistic performances that revealed the essence of the novel.
Ana Teresa Silva, as editorial director of Inspire Saúde, had the idea of organizing a major Health and Wellness event that would bring in the same space more than 100 well-known professionals in the health and wellness areas to stimulate debates, lectures, Workshops, seminars, individual consultations, massages, classes or fitness programs. The goal was for […]
BLOOM was a unique event organized by Ana Teresa Silva and IM Magazine devoted to personal transformation, professional development and social intervention that gathers in one day more than 30 extraordinary experts and change makers from a variety of disciplines.
Program created by Ana Teresa Silva and Manuela Botelho for TVi24. Researchers, mathematicians, entrepreneurs, scientists, architects, artists, doctors, entrepreneurs … There are many Portuguese with absolutely remarkable paths and extraordinary success who are changing the world for the better and leaving a strong legacy in the most diverse fields of activity, but which are […]
Barata library, Lisbon