Multi-level Factors of Youth Exclusion and Inclusion in Brazil

This report contains a discussion of the main findings emerging from a study of the role of young people in the “Tropical Spring” mobilizations in Brazil. After a brief discussion of the general socio-economic and political context and issues affecting young people’s labour market exclusion, we offer a comprehensive analysis of the main domestic factors – both policy (factors related to labour market and social inclusion) and organizational (factors to pertaining social and political engagement) – that affected youth grievances and activism and provided the backdrop of the 2013 mobilizations. In the final parts, the particular characteristics and events of the June-July 2013 protests are elaborated. The report concludes by delving into the transformative impact of the student mobilizations and their effects on the national context.

Details: 
Roma, IAI, May 2017, 23 p. (updated September 2017)
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Issue: 
33
Publication date: 
12/05/2017

Introduction
1. Country Context
2. Overview of the Situation of Young People
3. Factors of Youth Exclusion in a Context of Crisis
3.1 Policy Factors
3.2 Organizational Factors
4. Youth Mobilization at Critical Times
Conclusion
References

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