Citoyens sans frontières
Keywords:Brazil, nongovernmental organizations, refugees, Social Service of Trade, socio-cultural activities
Brazil has become a host country for thousands of Latin-American and African people, especially those who speak Portuguese. This article discusses the activities of nongovernmental organizations working with these refugees; more specifically, the efforts of SESC (Social Service of Trade), a sui generis institution engaged in socio-cultural activities in Latin America.
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Copyright (c) 2007 Danilo Santos de Miranda
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