Brazil is back to the levels of the Hunger Map, and the covid-19 pandemic has aggravated the drama of working families. No wonder food security is the theme of the first round of conversation on the program “Diálogos Brasil Popular e Soberano”, this Thursday (26), at 6:30 pm.
The initiative is from Projeto Brasil Popular, the Union of Engineers in the State of Rio de Janeiro (Senge-RJ) and the SOS Brasil Soberano Movement.
The program will have one screening per month, each issue with a different theme theme. Guests are invited to analyze the problems and point out possible solutions.
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In the debut edition, three economists were called: Marcio Pochmann, former president of the Perseu Abramo Foundation and the Institute for Applied Economic Research (Ipea); Tereza Campello, minister of Social Development and Fight against Hunger during the Dilma Rousseff (PT) government; and João Pedro Stedile, national leader of the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST).
The debate will be mediated by journalist Beth Costa and political scientist Jorge Folena.
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How to watch?
The first edition of “Diálogos Brasil Popular e Soberano” on the channels of SOS Brasil Soberano and Projeto Brasil Popular on Youtube. Senge-RJ will also broadcast the debate on its Facebook page.
Edition: Vivian Virissimo