Debating human rights, recognizing their advances and losses is fundamental to defending citizenship rights and democracy.
The Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of São Paulo (IEA/USP) promotes, on June 30 at 2 pm, the online event The importance of Reconstruction of Human Rights Policies in Brazil.
The meeting, moderated by Paulo Endo (IEA-USP) will have the participation of individuals who were in charge of human rights bodies:
Paulo de Tarso Vannuchi, Minister of State of the Special Secretariat for Human Rights of the Presidency of the Republic (2006-2011),
Jacqueline Pitanguy, President of the National Council for Women’s Rights (1986-1989)
Eleonora Menicucci, Chief Minister of the Secretariat for Policies for Women (2012-2016)
Paulo Sérgio Pinheiro, National Secretary for Human Rights (2001-2003)
The meeting can be followed by the link: www.iea.usp.br/aovivo