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Master's Dissertation
DOI
Document
Author
Full name
Marina Nascimento de Souza
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2019
Supervisor
Committee
Olivieri, Cecilia (President)
Gomes, Marcus Vinicius Peinado
Oliveira, Dennis de
Santos, Gislene Aparecida dos
Title in Portuguese
Articulação de políticas públicas de promoção da igualdade racial no Brasil: atuação da SEPPIR entre 2003 e 2016
Keywords in Portuguese
Articulação
Igualdade racial
Políticas Públicas
SEPPIR
Transversalidade
Abstract in Portuguese
Em 2003, foi criada a Secretaria Especial de Políticas de Promoção da Igualdade Racial/SEPPIR. Com isso, iniciou-se um movimento de articulação dentro do Estado para promover políticas de igualdade racial. Este trabalho analisa como a SEPPIR construiu, de maneira transversal, as políticas de promoção da igualdade racial. Por meio de uma revisão da literatura busca-se compreender o contexto histórico de criação da SEPPIR e os principais conceitos utilizados (articulação de políticas públicas e transversalidade). A partir disso, a metodologia adotada consiste em análise documental dos Relatórios de Gestão para compreender como a SEPPIR desempenhou o papel de formuladora e articuladora de políticas de promoção da igualdade racial com os ministérios de diversas áreas no período analisado (2003-2016). As entrevistas realizadas para esta pesquisa tiveram como objetivo responder e/ou refutar aspectos encontrados na revisão da literatura e na análise documental. Entre as principais conclusões, destaca-se o sucesso da SEPPIR em construir uma agenda de políticas de igualdade racial transversalizada, superando algumas das fronteiras invisíveis do racismo institucional que ainda vigora no Brasil
Title in English
Articulation of public policies for racial equality in Brazil: performance of SEPPIR between 2003 and 2016
Keywords in English
Articulation
Public policy
Racial equality
SEPPIR
Transversality
Abstract in English
In 2003, the Special Secretariat for Policies for the Promotion of Racial Equality / SEPPIR was created. With this, a movement of articulation within the State was initiated to promote politics of racial equality. This paper analyzes how SEPPIR has transversally constructed policies to promote racial equality. Through a literature review, it is sought to understand the historical context of SEPPIR's creation and the main concepts used (articulation of public policies and transversality). Based on this, the adopted methodology consists of documentary analysis of the Management Reports to understand how SEPPIR played the role of formulator and articulator of policies to promote racial equality with the ministries of several areas during the period analyzed (2003-2016). The interviews conducted for this research aimed to answer and / or refute aspects found in literature review and documentary analysis. Among the main conclusions, we highlight SEPPIR's success in constructing an agenda of cross-racial racial equality policies, overcoming some of the invisible frontiers of institutional racism still prevalent in Brazil
 
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2019-11-27
 
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