Check out here the result of the Public Call for selection of new members for the IFSP Nucleus of Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Studies
The Center for Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Studies (Neabi) publishes the result of the Public Call for selection of new members.
The Center for Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Studies (Neabi) is open for applications until November 29, for the application of new members. Teachers and administrative technicians can apply to be part of the Neabi, in addition to regularly enrolled students and graduates of the IFSP.
Those interested in registering must meet at least one of the requirements set out in item 3 of the notice, available below. Registration can be done through the link: https://forms.gle/93of168N13Wj7vAY8
Fifteen (15) places will be made available, which will be filled primarily by representatives of the campuses who do not have NEABI members.
Neabi exists so that ethnic-racial issues, such as racism and xenophobia, are not left out and are taken seriously in the teaching, research and extension actions developed within the scope of the IFSP, or that are linked to it. This means ensuring the faithful and adequate compliance with legislation, promoting and expanding inclusive actions and the debate about racism in our country. More information about the actions developed by the nucleus can be found here.