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Taking out the terms 'gender' and 'sexual orientation' from the Educational Curriculum is unacceptable!

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International Opinions

Maria Rehder

Maria Rehder is the project coordinator of the Brazilian Campaign for the Right to Education and vice-president of ABPEducom. The Brazilian Campaign is considered the most comprehensive and plural coordination in the field of education in Brazil. In this video, Maria addresses the concerning Brazilian educational directives that take 'gender' and 'sexual orientation' issues out of the school curriculum.

Maria is graduated in journalism, specialized in Educomunication and received a master degree from the European inter-university centre for human rights and democratisation/ University of Padova, Italy. Apart from her activism in Brazil, Maria has worked with international cooperation and human rights in East-Timor, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya and Botswana. 

Brazilian Campaign for the Right to Education

The National Campaign for the Right to Education (Campaign) appeared in 1999, driven by a number of civil society organizations would participate in the World Education Forum in Dakar (Senegal) in 2000. The goal was to add different political forces, prioritizing actions mobilization, political pressure and media in favor of the defense and promotion of educational rights.

Today is considered the most comprehensive and plural coordination in the field of education in Brazil, establishing itself as a network that links hundreds of groups and entities distributed across the country, including school communities, social movements, trade unions, national non-governmental organizations and international foundations, university, student, youth and community groups, as well as thousands of citizens who believe in building a country fair and sustainable through the provision of a quality public education.

The mission of the Campaign is to work for the realization and expansion of educational policies so that all persons have guaranteed their right to a public education, free, inclusive, secular, and quality in Brazil.


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