In two years, 2550 calls have been received over the telephone to inform about at-risk children

In two years, 2550 calls have been received over the telephone to inform about at-risk children

According to the National Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of the Child and Youth (CNPDPCJ), the telephone line has received 2,550 calls in two years to report children at risk or at risk, some of them serious and unknown. A telephone line bearing the number 961231111 and operating between 08:00 and … Read more

Assessments, Grades and Failures: School Strategies in Manaus to Improve Return to Classrooms

Assessments, Grades and Failures: School Strategies in Manaus to Improve Return to Classrooms

At a time when academics across the country are trying to restore the school routine and avoid coexistent conflicts, the school in Manaus is working on a completely disruptive strategy to work with its students: no exams, no grades, no fewer failures. . The decision is not exactly new – it is part of the … Read more

How to deal with violence and sexual exploitation of local children and adolescents – Opinion

How to deal with violence and sexual exploitation of local children and adolescents – Opinion

Sexual violence has a direction: from the strongest and most powerful person to the most vulnerable or subordinate. This logic includes issues of physical strength, age, skin color, ethnicity, economic disparities, gender, sexuality, cultural and moral issues. Each and every one of these factors causes asymmetries and coercion to support the occurrence of sexual violence. … Read more

Zika Cohen, what a sad departure for you!

Zika Cohen, what a sad departure for you!

In a pulse like ours, politicians have a tendency to bend, to uphold social subjugation and to protect those who have no backbone.In a country like ours that fosters material conformity, the trend ignores the merits of the role of simple men, but is full of respect. One of these men was Jose Luis Gaspar … Read more

Government to open 219 vacancies with incentives for units lacking doctors | Health

Government to open 219 vacancies with incentives for units lacking doctors |  Health

There is a shortage of doctors in some areas of the country in specialties in general and family medicine, gynecology, anesthesia and urology, and this year, the government aims to open 219 vacancies. Attracting professionals to these sectors. This is the year when more vacancies are available with incentives. Year by year, from 2017, data … Read more

Pause to talk about Bell Hooks’ latest book ‘All About Love’

Pause to talk about Bell Hooks’ latest book ‘All About Love’

My soul guide. This is how I refer to African-American writer Bell Hooks. Since 2015, when I first read one of his most famous works, “Teaching to Transgress,” I never let the teacher who is one of Paulo Freer’s headmasters. Love at first sight. I too had a desire to be a teacher for the … Read more

We are Portuguese – University Journal of Porto

We are Portuguese – University Journal of Porto

Well, after hearing those four words – with an accent showing the lack of Portuguese grip – I immediately thought, “How does someone who doesn’t speak Portuguese work here?”, Which really surprised me. My confusion accompanied me to the fourth glass of red. When I finally freed my mind from the ferment of grape juice, … Read more

The politics of love: bell hooks and the right to love

Pause to talk about Bell Hooks’ latest book ‘All About Love’

The death of the bell hooks saddens us, but the thinker has left an important legacy that has been somewhat troubled by jurists: the right to love in the face of the disgusting policies that the black population often enjoys. In All About Love: New PerspectivesThe hooks reveal that love has a role in social … Read more

Anti-racism education for our children

Anti-racism education for our children

On April 18, we celebrate National Children’s Book Day. This date was created by law nº 10.402 in 2002, as it is the birth date of writer Montero Lobato. A year later, as a result of the Black Movement’s tireless struggle for education, Law nº 10,639 / 2003 came into our legal system, amending the … Read more