Turminha da Providência

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Rio de Janeiro
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In a ludic way, the comic book debates issues related to child labour. Its characters are inspired by the children who participated in the project “Sewing My Rights”, in Morro da Providencia.

The purpose of the comic book is to present a group of children who come across a friend in a situation of child labor, and from there, build awareness of the topic alongside with the children, as well as pointing out prevention and protection measures.

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In the Project

Heloisa Gama

BRICS Policy Center / Pontifical Catholic University of Rio

Rio de Janeiro
Silvia Pinheiro

Dr. Silvia Marina Pinheiro

BRICS Policy Center / Pontifical Catholic University of Rio

Rio de Janeiro

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