International Institute for the Development of the Citizenship (IIDAC)
Instituto Internacional para el Desarrollo de la Ciudadania
Instituto Internacional para o Desenvolvimento da Cidadania
Promote human rights, sustainable development, volunteerism and active citizenship in Brazil and around the world, particularly through 'South-South' and regional cooperation, with the primary focus of defending and promoting the human rights of the child, adolescent and youth, in international, governmental, non-governmental and community spheres.
Directory Board. Divisions (7): Education, Science and Technology, Higher Education and Distance Education; Communication and ICTs; Participation, Race and Ethnicity, Human Rights, Gender and HIV / AIDS; Institutional Relations; Development, Environment, Entrepreneurialism and Traditional Communities; Administrative; Arts and Culture.
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