A student-led iniciative from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po)
POUR LE BRÉSIL?
Pour le Brésil is an initiative led by Sciences Po's students and alumni that aims is to promote fruitful exchanges and discussions on how to overcome the main political, economic and social challenges towards a more sustainable and inclusive development in Brazil.
To achieve that, we work in two main axes:
We organize conferences between high-level personalities, scholars, experts and representatives of international organizations.
We organize advocacy campaigns in partnerships with NGOs and we produce our own advocacy products.
We prepare our members for the future of Brazil by organizing trainings and workshops.
Our latest Advocacy report, "Good Practices and Challenges For Civil Society Organizations During the COVID-19 Pandemic",
was developed in accord with our last edition's main theme, "Inequalities and post-COVID reconstruction: perspectives for Brazil".
The report was developed in partnership with four Brazilian Civil Society Organizations who work on different backgrounds and with different social groups, but that shares one thing in common: the challenge of continuing their activities while facing the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This document compiles which were the biggest challenges they faced and the good practices they adopted in order to bypass these challenges and continue to help their local communities, that were most vulnerable than ever.
GET TO KNOW
The Paris Institute of Political Studies, also known as Sciences Po, is a prestigious school in the heart of Paris.
Founded in 1872 by Emile Boutmy, it was created to promote a new generation of French politicians and decision-makers. Sciences Po's purpose has been extended over the years, and today its main mission is to train future leaders in both the public and private sectors around the world.