Seminar discusses project on families and public policies in Brazil
Between May 22 and 24, Fundação Getulio Vargas’ School of Public Policy and Government (FGV EPPG) is holding its second seminar as part of a research project called “Families and Public Policies in Brazil: Families’ Economic Projections.” This public event will be livestreamed on FGV’s YouTube channel at 10 am.
This meeting is dedicated to deepening essential reflections aimed at combating poverty and social inequality. To this end, economic projection policies will be discussed as instruments to support and empower women, black people, indigenous peoples, street people, transvestites and transsexuals.
The seminar will also discuss how these important socioeconomic issues are being addressed in Brazilian tax reform proposals.
The following topics will be discussed during the event:
- Family and Public Policies from the Perspective of Tax Benefits and Exemptions
- Taxation and Inequalities from the Perspective of Tax Justice
- Solidarity and Taxation as Instruments for Families’ Economic Projections
- Tax Policies for Poor Groups in Urban Centers
- Public Income Distribution Policies in the Context of Native Peoples
- Tax Policy and Fiscal Federalism
- Family and Public Policies – Economic Aspects
- Conditions of the Family Grant Program in Building Citizenship Among the Poorest Brazilians
- Sociological Aspects That Permeate Family Taxation
- Economic Culture, Personal Finance, Household Budgets and Families
- Social Policy, Welfare Regimes and Historical-Institutional Analysis of Welfare Policies in Mexico and Latin America
- Analysis of Federal Government and Federal District Income Distribution Programs
- Modern Monetary Theory and State Policy as Employer of Last Resort
- Family and Public Policies: Tax Policy from the Perspective of Gender Inequalities
- Family and Public Policies: Regional Inequalities and Redistributive Policies
- Family and Public Policies: Families’ Economic Projections
- Family and Public Policies: Budgetary Aspects
- Tax Reform and Possible Financial Impacts for Families: Cashback
- The Challenges of Sustainability in Financing Public Social Policies: Focus on Income Transfer Programs
- Redistributive Policies and Promotion of Racial Equality
- Social Inequalities and Gender Policies
- Educational Integration and Reintegration of Transvestites and Transsexuals
To take part, please sign up here.