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CECIP: Center for the Creation of Popular Image

CECIP is an autonomous non-profit civil society organization that seeks to democratize the access by all layers of the Brazilian Society to quality information on their basic rights, thus fostering a conscientious, active and participative citizenry.

CECIP’s mission is to contribute to the definition of public policies that promote human rights in all their aspects – economic, social, cultural, political and environmental.


Five Brazilian Schools

Colégio Bandeirantes

EE Julia Macedo Pantoja

EE Luiza Hidaka

EMEF Guilherme de Almeida

Escola Politeia


  • Country´s X-Ray

  • 191.5 million inhabitants

  • 8th world’s economic potency

  • 60% of the Amazon Forest in Brazilian territory

  • 20% of the planet’s potable water circulates in our rivers

  • Biodiversity: 1.5 million of vegetation species at risk

  • Clean energy: 30% from water, 15% from biomass

  • World’s 16th largest oil producer: pre-sal (2007)- oil-services' industries

  • Beyond soccer and arts : Science and Technology ; large investment in agricultural research (EMBRAPA)


  • Country´s X-Ray

  • Land and income concentration

  • High rates of child mortality (41/1,000 while in Korea is 4.3/1,000) associated with poor access to water treatment and sewage systems

  • Environment threatened by economic growth

  • Crime, Violence ; specially related to drug trafficking

  • Corruption at all levels – government, companies, NGOs individual

  • Rejection to politics and politicians


  • Changes for the better in the last 15 years

  • Economic growth and (some) sound social policies: improved social inclusion

  • Poverty diminishes: from 31,6% to 15,5%

  • Income (slightly) less concentrated

  • Life expectancy increased from 68 yo to 73 yo


  • Changes for better also in Education

  • Illiteracy (15 yo and over) : 16% to 9,6% in 2009 (Source:IBGE)

  • Average number of years of study : 5.4 to 7.5 (Source:CPS/FGV)

  • Universalization of primary education .

  • Consistent growth in secondary education and high school

  • PROUNI Program- public school students access to University.

  • Commitment of Social Movements in favour of Quality Education

  • Plan for Education Development - 2007-2022


Brazilian Educational System

A – Organization:

It is divided into: 1 – Basic Education: From 0 to 18 years, mostly public and free 1.1 – Pre-School Education (responsibly of municipal government): Nursery - 0-3 years and 11 months:1 5% of children enrolled and Pre-School from 4 to 5 years; provides to 70% of children – OPTIONAL 1.2 – Elementary School (responsibility mostly municipal):

From 6 to 14 years: 98% of children are enrolled in elementary schools (12% only in private education.) – MANDATORY

6 to 10 years old: 1st to 5th grade 11 to 14 years: the 6th to 9th grade


2 - Middle School - (mostly responsibility of public power state, and in some cases, of the federal government)

From 15 to 18 years – (reaches 70% of youths in that age group. Technical – vocational education System SESC-SENAI - still affects a minority 3 – Higher Education

19 years and older – mainly in educational private institutions


B – Our Challenges:

1 – Financing – 7% of GDP devoted to education should rise to 11%, so that teacher’s salaries can become competitive and the learning time in schools, could increase and primary school students would stay between 4 – 5 hours.

2-The cost of a student is about $ 1,462 against $ 15,000 in the United States per year.

3 - Students learn very little in Portuguese and Mathematics, occupying the worst positions on international tests such as PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment).


  • C – What we’ve been doing

  • PDE (Education Development Plan)

  • SaEB (Evaluation System for Elementary School)

  • IDEB (Development Index of Elementary School)

  • More Education program, Education Full-Time, trying to increase the learning period to at least 7 hours a day.

  • Better communication between Higher Education and Basic Education

  • Intersection and integration of sectors


D – What we still need/want

Well informed citizens who feel responsible for taking action to change and improve life in the communities/cities/world can better tackle these problems .


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