Decree No. 4229, Of 13 May 2002

Original Language Title: Decreto nº 4.229, de 13 de Maio de 2002

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DECREE NO 4,229, DE May 13, 2002-1ª PART

Disposal on the National Human Rights Programme-PNDH, instituted by Decree No. 1,904 of May 13, 1996, and gives other arrangements.

THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC, in the use of the attribution conferring you the art. 84, inciso VI, paragraph "a", of the Constitution,

D E C R E T A:

Art. 1º The National Human Rights Programme-PNDH, instituted by Decree No 1,904 of May 13, 1996, contains proposals for government actions for the defence and promotion of human rights, in the form of Annex I of this Decree.

Art. 2º The PNDH has as goals:

II-identification of the main obstacles to the promotion and defense of human rights in the Country and the proposition of governmental and non-governmental actions aimed at the promotion and defence of these rights ;

III-the spread of the concept of human rights as a necessary and indispensable element for the formulation, execution and evaluation of public policies ;

IV-the implementation of acts, declarations and international treaties of which Brazil is a part ;

VI-the observance of the rights and duties provided for in the Constitution, especially those enrolled in his art. 5º.

Art. 3º The implementation of the PNDH's constant actions will be detailed in annual Action Plans in the form of the Action Plan 2002, which is listed in Annex II of this Dec

Art. 4º The monitoring of the implementation of the PNDH will be the responsibility of the Ministry of Justice's Office of Human Rights with the participation and support of the organs of the Federal Public Administration.

Art. 5º The Secretary of State for Human Rights will expedition the acts necessary to implement the PNDH.

Art. 6º The expenses arising from the fulfilment of the PNDH shall run to the budget appropriations account of the respective participating bodies.

Art. 7º This Decree goes into effect on the date of its publication.

Art. 8º It is repealed Decree No 1,904 of May 13, 1996.

Brasilia, May 13, 2002 ; 181º of Independence and 114º of the Republic.

FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO

Miguel Reale Junior

ANNEX I

PROPOSALS OF GOVERNMENT ACTIONS

General Proposals

1.

Support the formulation, implementation and evaluation of social policies and actions for the reduction of existing economic, social and cultural inequalities in the country, aiming at the full achievement of the right to development and confer priority to the needs of the socially vulnerable groups.

2

Supporting, in the state and municipal sphere, the creation of rights councils endowed with autonomy and with a parity composition of representatives of government and civil society.

3

Support the formulation of state and municipal human rights programs and the holding of conferences and seminars aimed at the protection and promotion of human rights.

4

Support the acting of the Human Rights Commission of the House of Representatives, the creation of human rights commissions in state legislative assemblies and municipal chambers and the work of parliamentary committees of inquiry constituted for the investigation of crimes against human rights.

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Supporting, in all federal units, the adoption of mechanisms that stimulate citizen participation in the drafting of public budgets.

7

Stimulate the creation of mechanisms that confirm greater transparency to the targeting and use of public resources, enhancing the mechanisms of social control of government actions and fighting corruption.

8

Amplify, in all federative units, the initiatives aimed at direct income transfer programs, the example of minimum income programs, and foster the involvement of local organizations in their process of deployment.

9

Conduct studies so that the instrument of direct action of unconstitutionality can be relied upon in the case of adoption, by municipal, state and federal authorities, of public policies contrary to human rights.

10

Ensure free and universal access to civilian birth registration and the death seat.

11

Support the approval of Law Project No. 4715/1994, which transforms the Human Person's Rights Council-CDDPH into the National Human Rights Council-CNDH, extending its competence and the participation of representatives of the civil society.

Right to Life Warranty

12

Supporting the execution of the National Public Safety Plan -PNSP.

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Support the implementation of actions aimed at gun control, such as the centralized coordination of gun control, the National Weapons System-SINARM and the National Cadastro of Apreendid-CNAA weapons, as well as campaigns of disarmament and actions of collection / seizure of illegal weapons.

15

Profor the editing of federal standard by regulating the acquisition of firearms and ammunition by police officers, municipal guards and private security agents.

16

Support the edition of federal standard governing the use of firearms and ammunition by police officers, municipal guards and private security agents, especially in major events, public demonstrations and conflicts, as well as the ban on export of firearms to countries bordering on bordering countries.

17

Promote, in partnership with non-governmental entities, the elaboration of maps of urban and rural violence, identifying regions that present greater incidence of violence and criminality and incorporating data and indicators of development, quality of life and risk of violence against vulnerable groups.

18

Extend programs aimed at reducing violence in schools, the example of the program ` Peace in Schools `, especially in urban areas that present acute deficiency and exclusion situation, seeking the involvement of students, parents, educators, police officers and members of the community.

19

Stimulate the improvement of the criteria for police selection and empowerment and deploy, in police Academies, education and training programs in human rights, in partnership with non-governmental entities.

20

Add to the curriculum of the training courses of police specific modules on human rights, gender and race, crisis management, research techniques, non-lethal techniques of police intervention and mediation of conflicts.

21

Proper the creation of psychosocial care programs for the police officer and his family, the mandatory periodic evaluations of the physical and mental health of police professionals and the implementation of life insurance programs and of health, own house acquisition and stimulation of formal education and professionalization.

22

Support studies and programs for the reduction of lethality in actions involving police officers.

23

Supporting the functioning and modernization of independent and unbound state corregedorias of police commands, with views to limit abuses and errors in police operations and to issue clear guidelines to the members of the forces police with regard to the protection of human

24

Strengthening the National Forum of Police Ouvidors-FNOP, advisory character body linked to the Secretary of State for Human Rights, and encouraging the creation and strengthening of police ouglers endowed with autonomy and powers to receive, monitor and investigate complaints.

25

Support measures aimed at ensuring the removal of policing activities of officers involved in lethal occurrences and in torture practice, subjecting them to psychological assessment and treatment and ensuring immediate institution of administrative proceedings, without prejudice to due criminal procedure.

26

Strengthen the Human Rights Division of the Federal Police Department.

27

Create the Federal Police Ouvidoria-OPF.

28

Supporting state programs aimed at integration between civilian and military policemen, in particular those with an emphasis on unifying police commands.

29

Strengthen the supervision and regulation of the activities of private security firms, with participation of the Civil Police in the functional control and the Military Police in the operational control of the planned actions, as well as determine the immediate re-enrollment of all security companies in operation in the Country, prohibiting the functioning of those in irregular situation.

30

Supporting actions aimed at reducing the illegal hiring of police professionals and municipal guards by private security firms.

31

Encourage educational and preventive actions aimed at reducing the number of accidents and deaths in transit.

32

Encourage the deployment of police or community security and actions of articulation and cooperation between the community and public authorities with a view to the development of local public safety strategies, aiming to ensure the protection of the physical integrity of people and of the assets of the community and the combating of impunity.

33

Support the creation and operation of victims of crime support centres in the areas with major indices of violence, with a view to making social, legal and psychological assistance available to victims of violence and their family members and dependent.

34

Support the realization of studies and victimization research, with specific reference to gender and race indicators, aiming at subsidizing the formulation, implementation and evaluation of human rights protection programs.

35

Stimulate the evaluation of programs and actions in the area of public safety and the identification of innovative and successful experiences that can be reproduced in the states and municipalities.

36

Deploy and strengthen information systems in the areas of security and justice, such as INFOSEG, in order to allow access to information and data integration on criminal identity, arrest warrants and population situation carcerary in all units of the Federation.

37

Create databases on the organization and operation of policemen and on the flow of occurrences in the criminal justice system.

38

Supporting the implementation of domestic violence prevention programs.

Right to Justice Guarantee

39

Adopt, within the framework of the Union and the states, legislative, administrative and judicial measures for the settlement of human rights violations, particularly those under examination by international supervisory bodies, ensuring the ascertainment of the facts, the judgment of those responsible and the reparation of the damage caused to the victims.

40

Support initiatives aimed at empowering operators of the law in themes related to international human rights law.

41

Support the Proposal for Amendment to Constitution No. 29/2000, on the reform of the judiciary, with a view to: (a) to assure all, within the judicial and administrative sphere, the reasonable duration of the processes and the means to ensure the speed of your tramway ; (b) confer the status of constitutional amendment to international treaties and conventions on human rights approved by the National Congress ; c) guarantee the displacement incident, State Justice for Federal Justice, the procedural competence in the hypotheses of serious crimes against human rights, raised by the Attorney General of the Republic before the Superior Court of Justice ; d) adopt the binding suckling, available on validity, interpretation and effectiveness of legal norms and their binding effect in relation to the other organs of the judiciary ; and) establish the external control of the Judiciary Power, with the establishment of the National Justice Council, in charge of controlling the acting administrative and financial affairs of the judiciary and the fulfillment of the functional duties of the judges ; f) create the National Council of the Public Prosecutor's Office and the Higher Council of Labour Justice.

42

Supporting the creation of human rights promotories within the Public Prosecutor's Office.

43

Proper legislation aiming to strengthen the acting of the Public Prosecutor's Office in combating organized crime.

44

Strengthening the Corregedorias of the Public Prosecutor and Judiciary Branch, as a way to increase the surveillance and monitoring of the activities of prosecutors and judges.

45

Regulatory article 129, incisser VII, of the Federal Constitution, which deals with the external control of police activity by the Public Prosecutor's Office.

46

Supporting the acting of the Federal Prosecutor's Office of the Citizen's Rights within the Union and the states.

47

Proper measures to encourage the streamlining of judicial procedures in order to reduce the number of detainees awaiting trial.

48

Strengthening the General Ouvidity of the Republic, in order to extend the participation of the population in monitoring and monitoring the activities of the organs and agents of the public power.

49

Create and strengthen listeners in the public bodies of the Union and states for the fulfillment of complaints of violation of fundamental rights, with broad disclosure of their purpose in the media.

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Support the expansion of the services for the provision of justice, for these to make themselves present in all regions of the country.

52

Supporting legislative measures intended to transfer, from Military Justice to Common, the competence to prosecute and prosecute all crimes committed by military police officers in the exercise of their duties.

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Strengthen the Medical-Legal or Criminalistic Institutes, adopting measures that ensure their technical excellence and progressive autonomy.

55

Support the strengthening of the Union Public Defensoria and State Public Defensories, as well as the creation of Public Defensories along with all the nation's comarks.

56

Supporting the creation of free legal guidance services, the example of rights balconies and disc-complaint services, as well as the development of training programs of community law enforcement officers and mediation of conflicts.

57

Stimulate the creation and strengthening of consumer advocacy bodies, at state and municipal level, as well as support the activities of the current civil society organizations in consumer protection.

58

Supporting the installation and maintenance, by the states, of civil and criminal special juization.

59

Encourage projects aimed at creating itinerant juicing services, with the participation of judges, prosecutors and public defenders, especially in the farthest regions of urban centers, to extend access to justice.

60

Stimulate the creation of integrated citizenship centers close to the needy and peripheral communities, which contain the administrative bodies for citizen care, police stations and special jur varas with representatives of the Public Ministry and Public Defensoria.

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Strengthening the Special Commission on Combating Torture, created by means of resolution No. 2 of June 5, 2001, within the framework of the Human Rights-CDDPH's Rights Council.

63

Elaborate and implement the National Plan for Combating Torture, taking into account the guidelines set out in the Portaria No. 1,000 of the Ministry of Justice of October 30, 2001, and the recommendations of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Torture, elaborated on a visit basis held to Brazil in August / September 2000.

64

Foster a national pact with the entities responsible for the implementation of Law No. 9,455 of April 7, 1997, which typifies the crime of torture, and maintain system of reception, treatment and referral of complaints for prevention and ascertaining of cases-SOS Torture.

65

Extend the composition of the Deliberative Council of the Federal Assistance Program to Victims and Threatened Witnesses, as well as their function as the formulator body of the national witness protection policy.

66

Supporting the creation and operation, in the states, of victim protection programs and witness to crimes, exposed to grave and real threat by virtue of collaboration or statements provided in investigation or criminal prosection.

67

Structuring the protection service to the special testimonial institution instituted by Law No. 9.807/ 99 and regulated by Decree No. 3.518/00, as well as foster and support the structuring of these services in the states.

68

Studying the possibility of revising legislation on abuse and disacact to authority.

69

Supporting the application of Supplementary Law No. 88/96, concerning summary rite, as well as other legislative propositions that aim to streamact the expropriation processes for agrarian reform purposes, ensuring, to prevent acts of violence, greater caution in the granting of injuncts.

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To promote the discussion, within a national context, on the need to rethink forms of punishment to the offender citizen by encouraging the Judiciary Power to use the alternative penalties provided for in the laws in force with the purpose of minimise the crisis of the penitentiary system.

72

Stimulate application of alternative sentences to prison for non-violent crimes.

73

Supporting the functioning of the National-CENAPA Central and the state central feather stations, stimulating the dissemination of information and the reproduction of these initiatives, as well as the establishment of the National Council of Penas and Measures Alternatives.

74

Adopt measures to ensure the obligation to submission the person arrested to the judge at the time of the approval of the arrest in flagrante and the application for preventive arrest, as a way of ensuring their physical integrity.

75

Extend the representation of civil society in the National Council on Criminal and Penitential Policy-CNCFP.

76

Support the implementation of the Penitentiary Informatics System-INFOPEN, so as to accompany the passage of the detainee for all steps of the criminal justice system, from the provisional detention to the relaxation of the prison-be it by the compliance with the penalty, whether by regime progression-and to enable proper planning of vacancy provision, managerial actions and other measures aimed at ensuring the improvement of the system.

77

Give continuity to INFOSEG's articulation process with INFOPEN.

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Develop programs of integral attention to the health of the prison population.

81

Realizing epidemiological survey of the Brazilian prison population.

82

Support emergency programs to correct the inadequate conditions of existing prison establishments, as well as for the construction of new, federal and state establishments, with the use of resources from the Fund National Penitentiary-FUNPEN.

83

Increment the decentralisation of criminal establishments by promoting their interiorization, with the construction of small-sized prisons that facilitate the execution of the penalty in the vicinity of the domicile of the prisoners' relatives.

84

Integral Juization, Public Ministry, Public Defensoria and Social Assistance in the insertion region of prison establishments.

85

Encourage the deployment and operation, in all regions, of the community councils provided for in the Criminal Executions Act-LEP, to monitor and monitor prison conditions and the fulfillment of custodial sentences of freedom and alternative penalties, as well as to promote the participation of civil society organisations in assistance programs to the inmates and in the supervision of the conditions and treatment to which they are subjected in the prison establishments.

86

Stimulate the application of the devices of the Criminal Executions Act regarding semi-open prison regimes.

87

Support programs that aim for the transfer of persons subjected to provisional detention of carcerages from Police stations to provisional detention centers, custodial cores and / or public chains, or, in the case of delivered sentencing sentencing, directly to prison establishments.

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Strengthen the national prison server empowerment program, with a view to ensuring the professional training of the technical body, direction and penitentiary agents.

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Promote educational, cultural, professional training and support programs for the inmate's work, with views to contribute to his recovery and reinsertion in society.

92

Supporting the realization of Penal Enforcement Mutirons with views to the granting of regime progression and release of the inmates who have already fulfilled their sentences in full.

93

Support programs that aim for the social reintegration of the penitentiary system's egression and the reduction of penitentiary recidic rates.

94

Profor tax incentives, receivices, and others to companies that employ egresses of the penitentiary system.

95

Supporting the deactivation of penitentiary establishments that counter the international minimum penitentiary norms, the example of the São Paulo-Carandiru Detention House.

Right to Freedom Warranty

Opinion and Expression

96

Promote debate with all sectors linked to the subject of freedom of expression and indicative classification of spectacles and public amusements, seeking integrated and facing action for the public interest.

97

Establish dialogue with the producers and distributors of programming aiming at the cooperation and awareness of these segments for compliance with the legislation in force and construction of a human rights culture.

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99

Create a permanent evaluation system on the criteria for indicative classification and age range.

100

Promote the mapping of the radiophonic and television programs that stimulate the apologia of crime, violence, torture, racism and other forms of discrimination, the action of extermination groups and the death penalty, with views to identify responsible and adopt the relevant legal measures.

101

Support the installation, within the framework of the Legislative Power, of the Social Communication Council, with the aim of ensuring democratic control of radio and television concessions, regulating the use of social media and coibir practices contrary to human rights.

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103

Coibir the propaganda of neo-Nazi ideas and other ideologies that preach violence, particularly against minority groups.

104

Proper legislation targeting to coibin the use of the Internet to encourage practices of human rights violations.

105

Ensure the impartiality, adversarial and right of reply in the vehiculation of information, so as to ensure all citizens the right to inform and be informed.

106

Supporting forms of democratization of information production, the example of community radios and televisions, ensuring the participation of the racial and / or vulnerable groups that make up Brazilian society.

107

Coibir the use of public resources, including from official banks, foundations, public enterprises and mixed economy, to sponsor events and programs that stimulate the practice of violence.

108

Supporting, together with the media, initiatives aimed at elevating the self-ester of the afrodescendants, indigenous peoples and other groups historically victimized by racism and other forms of discrimination.

Belief and Culto

109

Guarantee the right to freedom of belief and worship to all Brazilian citizens.

110

Preventing and countering religious intolerance, including with regard to minority religions and African-Brazilian cults.

111

Implementing the devices of the Declaration On the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and Discrimination Founded on Religion or Belief, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on November 25, 1981.

112

Prohibit the conveyor of propaganda and racist and / or xenophobic messages that slander religions and incentiviate hatred against spiritual and / or cultural values.

113

Encourage the dialogue between religious movements under the prism of building a pluralistic society, based on recognition and respect for differences in belief and worship.

Sexual Orientation

114

Proper amendment to the Federal Constitution to include the guarantee of the right to free sexual orientation and the prohibition of discrimination on sexual orientation.

115

Support regulation of the registered civil partnership between same-sex persons and the regulation of sex reassignment law and change of civil registration for transsexuals.

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117

Delete the term ` pederdynasty ` of the Military Penal Code.

118

Include in demographic censuses and official surveys data concerning sexual orientation.

Equal Law Warranty

119

Supporting the operation and implementation of the resolutions of the National Council on Combating Discrimination-CNCD, within the Ministry of Justice.

120

Stimulate the dissemination and enforcement of anti-discrimination legislation, as well as the repeal of discriminatory norms in infraconstitutional legislation.

121

Stimulate the creation of channels of direct and regular access of the population to government information and documents, especially data on the conduct of investigations and legal proceedings concerning cases of infringement of rights humans.

122

Supporting adoption, by public power and private initiative, of affirmative action policies as a way to combat inequality.

123

Promote studies to amend the Public Bidding Act so as to make it possible for, once all the tender procedures are exhausted, setting up a tie, the tie-up criterion-today defined by draw-be replaced by the criterion of adoption, by bidders, of affirmative action policies in favor of discriminated groups.

124

Support the inclusion in school curricula of information on the problem of discrimination in Brazilian society and on the right of all groups and individuals to equal treatment before the law.

Children and Adolescents

125

Strengthen the role of the National Council on the Rights of the Child and Adolescent-CONANDA in formulating and monitoring public policies for childhood and adolescence.

126

encourage the creation and operation, in the states and municipalities, of the Boards of the Rights of the Child and the Adolescent, Tutelar Councils and the Rights of the Child and the Adolescent.

127

Promote clarification campaigns on the Rights of the Child and Adolescent Rights, informing about the advantages of application for physical and legal persons, as well as creating incentive mechanisms for resource caption, ensuring forms of social control of their application.

128

Support the production and publication of studies and research that contribute to the dissemination and application of the Status of Child and Adolescent-ECA.

129

Ensure the proper deployment and operation of the organs that make up the Children's and Adolescent Rights Guarantee System, stimulating the creation of Specialized Public Defender's Núcleos in the Service to Children and Adolescents (with the violated rights), of Crimes Investigation Basins Practiced Against Children and Adolescents and Privative Varas of Crimes Against Children and Adolescents.

130

Promote the discussion of the role of the Judiciary Power, the Public Prosecutor's Office, Public Defensoria and the Legislative Power, alongside the Executive Power, as well as the integration of its actions, in the implementation of the ECA.

131

Investing in the training and empowerment of professionals in charge of the promotion and protection of the rights of children and adolescents within public institutions and non-governmental organizations

132

Empower elementary and middle school teachers to promote the discussion of the cross-sectional themes included in the National Curriculum Parameters-PCNs.

133

Supporting campaigns aimed at responsible parenthood.

134

Promote, in partnership with state and municipal governments and with civil society entities, educational campaigns related to the situations of violation of rights experienced by the child and the teenager, such as: violence domestic, sexual exploitation, exploitation at work and drug use, aiming at the creation of cultural patterns favorable to the rights of the child and the teenager.

135

Living programs and services for care and protection for children and adolescents victims of violence, as well as assistance and guidance for their family members.

136

Profor changes in criminal law with the aim of limiting the incidence of domestic violence against children and adolescents.

137

Encourage family orientation programs with views to empower families for conflict resolution in a non-violent manner, as well as for fulfilling their responsibilities to children and adolescents.

138

Ensure the expansion of violence prevention programs aimed at the specific needs of children and adolescents.

139

Strengthen programs that offer benefits to adolescents in vulnerability situation, and that enable their involvement in community activities aimed at the promotion of citizenship, health and environment.

140

Supporting the deployment and implementation of the National Plan of Confrontation of Infanto-Juvenile Sexual Violence in the states and municipalities.

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Profor the amendment of the legislation regarding the typification of child-juvenile sexual exploitation crime, with penalization for the explorer and the user.

143

Fight paedophilia in all its forms, including via the internet.

144

Create informational, intended for foreign tourists, covering aspects related to sex crimes and their personal, social and judicial implications.

145

Promote discussion of the role of media in situations of child and adolescent rights violations.

146

Extend Child Labor Eradication Program-PETI so as to focus children from urban areas in risk situation, especially those used in illegal activities such as sexual exploitation of infant-juvenile and the trafficking in drugs.

147

Support income generation initiatives for the families of children serviced by PETI.

148

Promote and disseminate socio-educational actions experiences together with the families of children serviced by PETI.

149

Support and strengthen the National Forum for Prevention and Eradication of Child Labor.

150

Deploy and implement the National Policy Guidelines of Combating Child Labor and Worker Adolescent Protection.

151

Extend professional learning programs for adolescents in public and private organizations, respecting the rules established by the ECA.

152

Give continuity to deployment and implementation, within the federal and articulated manner with states and municipalities, from the Information System for Children and Adolescence-SIPIA, as regards Modules: I-monitoring of the child and adolescent protection situation, under the optics of violation and rearson of rights ; II-monitoring of the flow of care to the adolescent in conflict with the law ; III-monitoring of family placement and national adoptions and international ; and IV-monitoring of the implementation of the Boards of Rights, Tutelar Councils and Funding for Children and Adolescence.

153

Support the creation of identification, location, rescue and protection services of missing children and adolescents.

154

Promote initiatives and clarification campaigns that aim to ensure criminal enmity up to 18 years of age.

155

Prioritize the socio-educational measures in the open for the care of adolescents in conflict with the law.

156

Encourage redevelopment of private institutions of freedom for adolescents in conflict with the law, reducing the number of interns per unit of care and giving priority to the implementation of the other measures socio-educational provided in the ECA, in line with the resolutions of CONANDA.

157

Encourage the development, monitoring and evaluation of socio-educational programs for the fulfillment of adolescent authors of infraction act, with the participation of their family members.

158

Strengthening the acting of the judiciary and the Public Prosecutor's Office in the surveillance and application of the socio-educational measures to adolescents in conflict with the law.

159

Promoting the operational integration of organs of the Judiciary, Public Prosecutor, Public Defensories and Public Safety Secretaries with the specialized police stations in investigation of offensin acts practiced by adolescents and to the listening entities, as well as awareness-raising actions of the professionals indicated for these bodies as to the application of the ECA.

160

Ensure systematic care and integral protection to the child and adolescent witness, particularly when dealing with denunciation involving narcotrafficking and extermination groups.

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Institution a national policy of stimulating the adoption of children and adolescents deprived of family coexistence by ensuring non-discriminatory treatment to postulants with regard to gender, race, and sexual orientation.

163

Support measures aimed at ensuring the possibility of granting the child or adolescent guard to the applicant, regardless of their sexual orientation, always in the best interest of the child or adolescent.

164

Promote the implementation of the Hague Convention on the Protection of Children and Cooperation in International Adoption Matter, by strengthening the Central Brazilian Authority, instituted by Decree No. 3.174/ 99 and the organs that integrate it.

165

Supporting legislative proposal aimed at regulating the operation of the Central Brazilian Authority and the Council of Central Authorities, bodies responsible for cooperation in international adoption.

166

Promote actions and initiatives with views to strengthen the exceptional character of international adoptions.

167

Promote the standardization of procedures for international adoption in Brazil.

168

Promote the implementation of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of the International Kidnap Kidnapping of Children, with regard to the structuring of the Central Authority designated by Decree No. 3951/01.

169

Support measures to ensure the location of displaced children and adolescents illicitly, ensuring return to their place of origin.

Women

170

Support the activities of the National Council on Women's Rights-CNDM, as well as the state and municipal councils of women's rights.

171

Stimulate the formulation, within the federal, state and municipal framework, of government programs aimed at ensuring equal rights at all levels, including health, education and professional training, work, security social, property and rural credit, culture, politics and justice.

172

Encourage the empowerment of elementary and middle school teachers for the implementation of National Curriculum Parameters-PCNs with regard to issues of promoting gender equality and combating discrimination against the woman.

173

Encourage the creation of courses aimed at the political empowerment of local women's leads, with views in filling the established quota for the application of women to elective positions.

174

Supporting the regulation of Article 7º, inciso XX of the Federal Constitution, which provides for the protection of the woman's labor market.

175

Incentivize the generation of statistics on wages, labor journeys, work environments, occupational diseases and women's labor rights.

176

Ensure compliance with existing devices in Law No. 9.029/95, which guarantees protection for women against discrimination on grounds of pregnancy.

177

Support the implementation and strengthening of the Woman-PAISM Health Integral Assistance Program.

178

Support programs aimed at raising awareness on gender issues and domestic and sexual violence practiced against women in the training of future health care professionals, law operators and civil police officers and military, with an emphasis on protecting the rights of afrodescendent and indigenous women.

179

Supporting the amendment of Penal Code devices regarding rape, violent attack on the puter, sexual possession upon fraud, suppression by fraud and the widening of the permissive for the practice of legal abortion, in compliance with the commitments made by the Brazilian state in the framework of the Beijing Platform for Action.

180

Adopt measures with a view to preventing the use of the "legitimate defense of honor" thesis as mitigating factor in cases of murder of women, as already agreed by the Supreme Federal Court.

181

Strengthen the National Combating Violence Against Woman program.

182

Supporting the creation and operation of specialized police stations in the care of woman-DEAMs.

183

Encourage research and dissemination of information on violence and discrimination against the woman and on forms of protection and promotion of woman's rights.

184

Supporting the deployment, in states and municipalities, of disqueuing services for cases of violence against the woman.

185

Support programs aimed at advocating the rights of sex professionals.

186

Support protection programs and assistance to victims and witnesses to gender violence, contemplating legal, social, psychological, medical and professional capacity-building services, as well as broadening and strengthening of the network of homelnuts across the country.

187

Stimulate the articulation between different support services for women victims of domestic and sexual violence in the federal, state and municipal framework, emphasizing the extension of social care equipment to the victimized woman for the violence.

188

Support the policies of state and municipal governments for the prevention of domestic and sexual violence against women, as well as to stimulate the adoption of alternative sentences and the strengthening of professional service services to the attacker man.

Afrodescendants

189

Supporting the recognition, by the Brazilian state, that slavery and the transatlantic slave trade constituted serious and systematic human rights violations, which today would be considered crimes against the humanity.

190

Supporting the recognition, by the Brazilian state, of the economic, social and political marginalization to which they were subjected the afrodescendants to slavery.

191

Adopt, within the Union, and stimulate the adoption, by states and municipalities, of compensatory character measures aimed at the elimination of racial discrimination and the promotion of equal opportunities, such as: extension of access of the Afrodescendants to public universities, the professional courses, the areas of cutting-edge technology, the posts and public jobs, including positions in commission, in proportion to their representation in the whole of society Brazilian

192

Create databases on the situation of the civil, political, social, economic and cultural rights of the Afrodescendants in Brazilian society, with the purpose of guiding the adoption of affirmative public policies.

193

Studying the feasibility of creating social remediation funds aimed at funding affirmative action policies and promoting equal opportunities.

194

Support the actions of private initiative in the field of positive discrimination and the promotion of diversity in the working environment.

195

Implementing the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, Convention No. 111 of the International Labour Organization-ILO, on discrimination in employment and occupation, and the Convention Against Discrimination in Teaching.

196

Stimulate the creation and operation of assistance programs and legal guidance to broaden the access of the afrodescendants to justice.

197

Supporting the regulation of Article 68 of the Act of Transitional Constitutional Provisions-ADCT, which has on the recognition of the definitive ownership of land occupied by the remnants of the communities of the kilombos.

198

Promote the enrollment and identification of the remnant communities of quilombos, across the national territory, with views to enable the issuance of the definitive property titles of their land.

199

Support measures aimed at the removal of grillers and intruders from the already titled land of the communities of quilombos.

200

Support infrastructure projects for the remnant communities of quilombos, as a way to prevent rural exodus and promote the social and economic development of these communities.

201

202

Encourage actions that contribute to the preservation of memory and foster the cultural production of the Afrodescending community in Brazil.

203

Promote the mapping and tombation of the sites and documents holders of historical reminiscences, as well as the protection of the African-Brazilian cultural manifestations.

204

Stimulate the proportional presence of the racial groups that make up the Brazilian population in institutional advertisements contracted by the organs of direct and indirect administration and by state-owned enterprises.

205

Encourage dialogue with class entities and advertising agents targeting the convening of these sectors as to the need for advertising parts to adequately reflect the racial composition of Brazilian society and avoid the use of derogatory stereotypes.

206

Examine the feasibility of amending article 61 of the Brazilian Penal Code, so as to include among the aggravating circumstances in the application of penalties racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and forms correlates of intolerance.

207

Proper measures to strengthen the role of the Public Prosecutor's Office in promoting and protecting the rights and interests of victims of racism, racial discrimination and forms correlates of intolerance.

208

Supporting the inclusion of the race / color quesite in information and registration systems on population and in public databases.

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210

Encourage the participation of afrodescendent representatives in the federal, state and municipal rights councils and support the creation of state and municipal councils for the defence of the rights of afrodescendants.

211

Stimulate states' public safety secretaries to carry out capacity-building and seminars on racism and racial discrimination.

212

Proper bill by regulating articles 215, 216 and 242 of the Federal Constitution, which concern the exercise of cultural rights and the constitution of Brazilian cultural heritage.

213

Propor to the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics-IBGE the adoption of comprehensive statistical criterion in order to consider black and pared as members of the contingent of the Afrodescending population.

214

Support the process of reviewing the textbooks so as to rescue the history and contribution of the afrodescendants for the construction of national identity.

215

Promote a teaching founded on tolerance, peace and respect for difference, which bear on the cultural diversity of the country, including teaching on the culture and history of the Afrodescendants.

216

Supporting the strengthening of the Palseas-FCP Cultural Foundation, ensuring the means for the performance of its activities.

Indigenous Peoples

217

Formulate and implement policies of protection and promotion of the rights of indigenous peoples, in place of integrationist and assistencialist policies.

218

Supporting the process of restructuring the Indian-FUNAI National Foundation, so that the institution can guarantee the constitutional rights of indigenous peoples.

219

Donate the FUNAI of sufficient human and financial resources for the fulfillment of its institutional mission of defending the rights of indigenous peoples.

220

Support the revision of the Indian Statute (Law No. 6.001/73), with a view to the swift passage of the draft law of the Statute of Indigenous Societies, as well as to promote the ratification of ILO Convention No. 169, on Indigenous Peoples and Tribals in Independent Countries.

221

Ensure the effective participation of Indigenous peoples, their organizations and the federal indigenist body in the process of formulating and implementing public policies for the protection and promotion of indigenous rights.

222

Ensuring the right of indigenous peoples to the land that they traditionally occupy, to the reserved and to the domain.

223

Demarcar and regularise the traditionally occupied indigenous lands, the reserved and domain ones that have not yet been demarcated and regularised.

224

Disseminate measures on the regularization of indigenous lands, especially for Brazilian municipalities located in these regions, so as to increase the degree of trust and stability in relations between Indigenous peoples and society engaging.

225

Ensuring indigenous peoples assistance in the area of health, with the implementation of differentiated health programs, considering the specificities of that population and prioritizing actions in the area of preventive medicine and security feed.

226

Ensuring indigenous peoples a differentiated school education, respecting their socio-cultural universe, and enabling support for Indigenous students from elementary, second-degree and university level education.

227

Promote the creation of lines of credit and the grant of specific scholarships for university Indigenous students.

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229

Implementing protection and management policies of Indigenous lands, with the deployment of permanent surveillance systems of these lands and of their surroundings, the promotion of partnerships with the Federal Police, the IBAMA and the State Secretaries of Half Environment, and the empowerment of servers and members of the indigenous communities.

230

Viabilizing programs and actions in the area of ethno-development aimed at the sustainable occupation of strategic spaces within indigenous lands, such as areas vacated by invaders and / or areas of loggers admission and garimpeiros.

231

Deploy database that allows to gather and systematize information on land conflicts and violence on indigenous lands, to be integrated into the maps of fundial conflicts and violence.

232

Supporting the publishing of publications with data concerning discrimination and violence against indigenous peoples.

233

Supporting the process of reviewing textbooks so as to rescue the history and contribution of indigenous peoples to the construction of national identity.

234

Promote a teaching founded on tolerance, peace and respect for difference, which bear on the cultural diversity of the country, including teaching on culture and history of indigenous peoples.

235

Support and advise Indigenous communities in the elaboration of projects and in the execution of ethno-development actions of sustainable character.

236

Support the creation and development of the management mechanisms of the multi-sector programs managed by FUNAI, within the framework of the Multiannual Plans and the federal budgets.

237

Supporting the creation of specific legal assistance services for Indigenous individuals and communities.

238

Ensure the constitutional right of indigenous peoples to the exclusive use of existing biodiversity on their land, implementing actions that will coibide the biopiracy of indigenous resources and traditional knowledge.

239

Gays, Lesbians, Travestis, Transexual and Bisexual-GLTTB

240

Promote the collection and dissemination of statistical information on the socio-demographic situation of GLTTB as well as surveys that have as object the situations of violence and discrimination practiced on the grounds of sexual orientation.

241

Implementing prevention and combating violence against GLTTB, including campaigns for clarification and dissemination of information regarding legislation that guarantees their rights.

242

Support programs to empower education professionals, police officers, judges and operators of the direct in general to promote understanding and ethical awareness about individual differences and the elimination of stereotypes depreciation with respect to GLTTB.

243

244

Support the creation of specialized instances of care for cases of discrimination and violence against GLTTB in the Judiciary Power, the Public Prosecutor's Office and the public safety system.

245

Stimulate the formulation, implementation and evaluation of public policies for the social and economic advancement of the GLTTB community.

246

Encourage family and school orientation programs for the resolution of conflicts related to free sexual orientation, with the aim of preventing hostile and violent attitudes.

247

Stimulate inclusion, in state and municipal human rights programs, of advocacy for the free sexual orientation and citizenship of GLTTB.

248

Promote campaign together with health and law practitioners for the clarification of scientific and ethical concepts related to the GLTTB community.

249

Promote awareness of communication professionals for the issue of GLTTB rights.

Foreign, Refugee and Migrant

250

Supporting, within the Ministry of Justice, the functioning of the National Refugee Committee-CONARE.

251

Implementing the UN Convention on the Status of Refugee, 1951, and the Additional Protocol of 1966.

252

Promoting the empowerment of national authorities directly involved in the implementation of national policy for refugees.

253

Promote and support studies and research concerning the protection, promotion and dissemination of refugee rights, including durable solutions (resettlement, local integration and repatriation), with special attention to the situation of women and refugee children.

254

Support public and private projects of education and professional empowerment of refugees, as well as clarification campaigns on the legal situation of the refugee in Brazil.

255

Develop program and campaign targeting the regularization of the situation of foreigners currently in the country, meeting the criteria for reciprocity of treatment.

256

257

Establish policies for the promotion and protection of the rights of Brazilian communities abroad and foreign communities in Brazil.

258

Proper the drafting of a new immigration and naturalisation law, regulating the legal situation of foreigners in Brazil.

Cigans

259

Promote and protect the fundamental human rights and freedoms of the Roma.

260

Support the realization of studies and research on the history, culture and traditions of the Gypsy community.

261

Support educational projects that take into consideration the special needs of Roma children and adolescents, as well as stimulate the review of documents, dictionaries and school books that contain derogatory stereotypes with respect for gypsives.

262

Support for conducting studies for the creation of labor cooperatives for gypsies.

263

Stimulate and support the municipalities in which it identifies the presence of Gypsy communities with views to the establishment of camp areas endowed with infrastructure and necessary conditions.

264

Sensitization of Gypsy communities to the need to realize children's birth record, as well as support measures to ensure the right to free birth registration for Gypsy children.

Persons Carriers of Disabilities

265

Support the activities of the National Board of Rights of the Disability Carrier-CONADE, as well as of state and municipal councils.

266

Instituting measures that will provide for the removal of architectural, environmental, transportation and communication barriers to ensure the disabled person's access to services and public areas and to commercial buildings.

267

Regulate Law No. 10.048/ to 2000 so as to ensure the adoption of accessibility criteria in the production of vehicles intended for collective transport.

268

Watch the accessibility requirements in the grants, delegations and public service permits.

269

Formulate national plan of integrated actions in the area of disability, objecting to the definition of integration strategies of governmental and non-governmental actions, with a view to compliance with Decree No. 3298/99.

270

Adopt measures that enable the access of persons with disabilities to the information conveyed in all media.

271

Extension to states and municipalities the National System of Information on Disabilities-SICORDE.

272

Support programs of alternative treatments to the internation of people with mental impairment and holders of typical conduction-autism.

273

Supporting professional education programs for people with disabilities.

274

Support the training of police officers to deal with mental, hearing and typical-autism impair carriers.

275

Adopt legal and practical measures to ensure the right of persons with disabilities to re-enter the labour market, upon appropriate professional rehabilitation.

276

Extend the participation of representatives of the disabled in the discussion of city directors' plans.

277

Develop actions that ensure the inclusion of the accessibility issue, in accordance with the specifications of the Brazilian Association of Technical Standards-ABNT, in housing projects funded by housing programs.

278

Adopt policies and programs to ensure the access and locomotion of people with disabilities, according to ABNT standards.

279

Ensure the quality of products for disabled persons acquired and distributed by Public Power-ortheses and prosthetics.

280

Support the inclusion of references to accessibility for people with disabilities in campaigns promoted by the Federal Government and the state and municipal governments.

281

Promoting the empowerment of public servants, health professionals, community leads, and members of advice on issues concerning persons with disabilities.

Elderly

282

Create, strengthen and decentralize care programs for the elderly, in accordance with Law No. 8.842/94, so as to contribute to their integration to the family and society and to encourage care in their own environment.

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284

Stimulate the supervision and social control of senior care centers.

285

Support programs aimed at empowering caregivers of seniors and other professionals dedicated to care for the elderly.

286

Promote removal of architectural, environmental, transport and communication barriers to facilitate access and locomotion of the elderly person to public services and areas and commercial buildings.

287

Adopt measures to stimulate priority care for older people in public and private institutions.

288

Stimulate the continued and permanent education of seniors and support the deployment of " elderly volunteer ` programs, as a way of valuing and recognizing their contribution to the development and well-being of the community.

289

Supporting stimulus programs to the work of the elderly, including through production and service cooperatives.

290

Develop housing programs suitable for the needs of elderly people, mainly in deprived areas.

291

Stimulate the adoption of measures so that the identity document is accepted as an age voucher for the granting of the free pass in public transport systems.

292

Stimulate the fight against violence and discrimination against the elderly person, including by means of awareness-raising and empowerment actions, studies and statistical surveys that contribute to preventing the violation of their rights.

293

Adopt measures to ensure accountability of family members for the abandonment of elderly people.

294

Encourage the creation, in the states and municipalities, of information telephone services, orientation and reception of complaints (dysque-idoso).

Right to Education Guarantee

295

Contributing to the formulation of guidelines and norms for child education so as to ensure basic standards of care in crèches and preschools.

296

Contributing to the planning, development and evaluation of educational practices, in addition to building educational proposals that respond to the needs of children and their family members in the different regions of the country.

297

298

Encourage the student association at all levels and the creation of school boards composed of family members, entities, non-governmental organizations and associations, for the supervision, evaluation and elaboration of programs and school curricula.

299

300

Increment the quality of teaching, with interventions in determinant segments of school success.

301

Consolidating a system for evaluating the results of public and private education across the country.

302

Ensure the funding and optimization of the use of public resources intended for education.

303

Conduct periodically educational censuses in partnership with the education secretaries of the states and the Federal District, with the aim of producing statistical-educational data to subsidize the planning and management of education in the governmental spheres.

304

Supporting the popularization of the use of microcomputer and the internet, through massification of this technology and the realization of training courses in needy communities and in public spaces, especially in schools, libraries and community spaces.

305

Ensure the universalization, compulsory and quality of fundamental education, stimulating the adoption of the expanded school journey, the enhancement of the magister and community participation in school management, and ensuring support for the school transportation.

306

Promote equity in the conditions of access, permanence and school success of the student in elementary education, through the extension of direct income transfer programs linked to education (scholar-school) and acceleration of the learning.

307

Ensure the supply of free and quality books to public schools of fundamental education.

308

Partially suppressing the nutritional needs of the students of public schools and schools maintained by philanthropic entities through the offer of at least an adequate daily meal, stimulating good eating habits and looking to lessen evasion and repeatal.

309

Promote the expansion of access to high school with equity and suit the current offer, in an orderly manner and meeting minimum basic standards.

310

Adopt a conception for high school that will run the determinations of the Education-LDB Guidelines and Bases Act, as well as the demand and needs of the country.

311

Implementing curriculum reform and ensuring the continued training of faculty and managers of high schools.

312

Team progressively the high schools with libraries, computer labs and science and technological kit for reception from the School TV.

313

Stimulate the improvement of the management processes of educational systems in the states and municipalities.

314

Promote articulation and complementarity between vocational education and high school.

315

Create courses that ensure work perspective for young people, that facilitate their access to the market and that they also meet the professionals already entered into the job market.

316

Stimulate continued and permanent education as a way of updating the knowledge of young people and adults, based on skills required for the professional exercise.

317

Support the creation of permanent mechanisms to foster the articulation between schools, workers and entrepreneurs with a view to the definition and revision of the skills required of the different professional areas.

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321

Supporting the creation, in universities, of extension courses and specialization aimed at protecting and promoting human rights.

322

Profor the creation of listeners at universities.

323

Profor measures aimed at the guarantee and promotion of university autonomy.

324

Reduce the illiteracy index of the Brazilian population by raising the average of study time and extending literacy programs for young people and adults.

325

Establish mechanisms for promoting equal access to higher education, taking into consideration the need for the contingent of university students to reflect the racial and cultural diversity of Brazilian society.

326

Assure the kilomballs and indigenous peoples a differentiated school education, respecting their socio-cultural and linguistic universe.

327

328

Ensuring the principle of universal health access, strengthening the Single Health System-SUS, ensuring its autonomy and democratization, as well as its consolidation in all Brazilian states and municipalities.

329

Promote the humanization and quality of SUS care, as well as completeness and equal attention to the health of the population.

330

Extend population access to basic health services from strengthening basic attention, thus being worth the expansion and consolidation of the Family Health Program-PSF.

331

Supporting the strengthening of programs aimed at full care for the woman's health.

332

Disclose the concept of reproductive rights, based on the platforms of Cairo and Beijing, developing prenatal and humanized childbirth campaigns, as well as implementing maternal mortality prevention committees and pregnancy in the adolescence.

333

Implementation, in all Brazilian municipalities, the Parto and Birth Humanization Program, which aims to ensure the realization of at least six prenatal consultations and all examinations, as well as the definition of the health service where childbirth will be held.

334

Consider abortion as a public health theme, with the guarantee of access to health services for the cases provided for in law.

335

Develop educational programs on family planning, promoting access to contraceptive methods within SUS.

336

Amplify and strengthen programs aimed at therapeutic home assistance.

337

Support programs for full attention to child health and maternal enchantment incentive to reduce maternal and children's morbidity from zero to five years of age.

338

Create the epidemiological surveillance system of accidents and violence and implement public and domestic violence prevention programs, clarifying their health risks and the judicial implications of it.

339

Ensure proper and timely assistance to victims of accidents and violence.

340

Stimulate and strengthen social participation in SUS, including in the identification of priorities in the area of health.

341

Promote the training and systematic empowerment of community health agents.

342

Support programs that aim to prevent and reduce the risks, accidents and diseases related to the environment and to the work process.

343

Supporting programs aimed at protecting the health of sex professionals.

344

345

Ensure the health surveillance of medicines, food and other products.

346

Promote the production of generic medicines and disseminate, together with Brazilian society, its meaning and cost.

347

Amplify and strengthen assistance programs for falciform anemia carriers.

348

Ensure compliance with the obligation, in the public health service, of the achievement of the test of falcontric traits and falciform anemia in newborns.

349

Ensure access to diagnostic examinations and therapeutic of abnormalities in metabolism.

350

Intensify actions aimed at eliminating hanseniasis as a public health problem in the country, aiming to ensure early diagnosis and treatment of carriers, as well as to promote measures aimed at combating prejudice against the disease.

351

Intensify actions aimed at controlling tuberculosis in the country, aiming to ensure early diagnosis and treatment of carriers, as well as to promote measures aimed at combating prejudice against the disease.

352

Ensure full attention to the health of the elderly by promoting access to specific medicines within SUS.

353

Ensure full attention to adolescents' health, taking into account the specific needs of that population segment.

354

Ensure full attention to the health of Indigenous peoples, taking into consideration their specific needs.

355

Promote control of pension funds and private health plans, widely disseminating patients' rights and their mechanisms of effector.

356

Create the health epidemiological surveillance system of the worker.

357

Implementing national health policy for the penitentiary system in accordance with the principles of SUS.

358

Support actions aimed at ensuring female presidential prenatal care, integral health care, as well as the right to remain with her children in the period during the term laid down in law.

359

360

Accelerate the implementation of measures aimed at unbureaucratizing the services of the National Institute of Social Insurance-INSS for the granting of pensions and benefits.

361

Implementing remuneration program for mothers not amused by the follower.

362

Studying the possibility of introduction of racial clipping in the granting of the continued benefits of social assistance.

363

Stimulate the adherence of the urban and rural worker to the general social welfare regime.

364

Implementing social control mechanisms of social security.

Mental Health

365

Support the disclosure and application of Law No. 10,216 of April 6, 2001, with views to the deconstruction of the manicomial apparatus under the perspective of the reorientation of the model of attention in mental health.

366

Establish mechanisms for normatization and monitoring of the actions of justice and citizenship secretaries in the states, with regard to the functioning of custodial hospitals and psychiatric treatment.

367

Promote intersetorial effort in favor of replacing the attention model of custodial hospitals and treatment for treatment referenced in the SUS network.

368

Promote debates on the criminal enmity of people who are acclaimed by psychic disorders.

369

Create fulfillment programs for people with mental illness, supporting alternative treatments to the internation, so as to give priority to psychosocial care models, with the progressive elimination of manicomics.

370

Create a policy of integral attention to victims of psychic distress in the area of mental health, ensuring compliance with the rights letter of mental health users and the monitoring of psychiatric hospitals.

Chemical Dependence

371

Promote national campaigns for the prevention of alcoholism and the use of drugs that generate chemical addiction, encouraging studies, research and programs to limit the incidence and impact of illicit drug use.

372

Proper the treatment of drug dependants under the public health focus.

373

Supporting actions for implementation of the National Antidrug Action Program-PANAD.

374

Support assistance programs and guidance for drug users, in replacement of the indictment in police inquiry and judicial process.

HIV/AIDS

375

Support the participation of sexually transmitted disease carriers-DST and people with HIV/AIDS and their organizations in the formulation and implementation of policies and programs of combat and prevention of DST and HIV / AIDS.

376

Encourage information campaigns on DST and HIV / AIDS, aiming at clarifying the population on behaviours that facilitate or hinder their transmission.

377

Support the improvement of the quality of treatment and assistance of people with HIV / AIDS, including broadening accessibility and reducing costs.

378

Ensure attention to the specificities and cultural diversity of populations, gender issues, race and sexual orientation in the policies and programs of combat and prevention of DST and HIV / AIDS, in information campaigns and in the actions of treatment and assistance.

379

Encourage the realization of studies and research on DST and HIV/AIDS in the various areas of knowledge, attaining to ethical principles of research.

Right to Work Warranty

380

Ensure and preserve the rights of the worker provided for in national and international law.

381

Promote policies aimed at first job, incorporating gender and race issues, and create a database, with wide disclosure, geared toward youth audiences seeking the first job.

382

Support, promote and strengthen solid-economy programs, the example of microcredit policies, by broadening access to credit for small entrepreneurs and for low-income population.

383

Diagnose and monitor the implementation process of the labor cooperatives, with an emphasis on the observance of labor rights.

384

Stimulate volunteer programs in public and private institutions as a way of promoting human rights.

385

Organize database with social indicators, which translate the conditions of employment, underemployment, and unemployment, under the perspective of gender and race.

386

Ensure the development of professional qualification and requalification programs compliant with the demands of the labor market.

387

Strengthen the policy of granting insurance-unemployment.

388

Stimulate the adoption of affirmative action policies in public service and in the private sector, with a view to stimulating greater participation of vulnerable groups in the labour market.

389

Zelar for the implementation of legislation that promotes equality in the labour market, without discrimination of age, race, sex, sexual orientation, creed, philosophical beliefs, social condition and sorological status, taking into consideration the people with special needs, typifying such discrimination and setting the applicable penalties.

390

Give continuity to the implementation of ILO Convention No. 111, which deals with discrimination in workplaces, and strengthen the network of Equal Opportunities Promotion Núcleos and Combating Discrimination in Employment and the Profession, installed in the Delegates and Regional Labour Subdelegation.

391

Strengthen and broaden the mechanisms for monitoring the working and processing conditions of (the) workers (the) and employees (the) domestic ones, as well as review discriminatory regulations as an example of the prohibition of the use of inputs and social elevators.

392

Create a program of special attention to the rights of the rural worker.

393

Ascertain complaints of disrespect to the rights of workers, in particular to rural wage earners.

394

Extend children's work eradication programs, with views to a particularly aimed at children from urban area in risk situation, prioritizing repression of illegal activities using children and adolescents, such as sexual exploitation and child prostitution and drug trafficking.

395

Strengthen the actions of the National Forum for Prevention and Eradication of Child Work.

396

Give continuity to the implementation of ILO Conventions No. 29 and 105, which deal with forced labour.

397

Support for the approval of the proposed constitutional amendment amending Article 243 of the Federal Constitution, including between land expropriation hypotheses, in addition to the cultivation of psychotropic plants, the occurrence of work forced.

398

Support the restructuring of the Forced-GERTRAF Working Repression Executive Group, linked to the Ministry of Labor and Employment-MTE, ensuring the greater participation of civil society entities in their composition.

399

Strengthen the acting of the Ministry of Labor and Employment Special Surveillance Special Group with a view to the eradication of forced labor.

400

Create, in police organizations, specialized divisions in repression of forced labor, with special attention to children, adolescents, foreign nationals and Brazilian migrants.

401

402

Promote awareness campaigns on forced and degrading work and contemporary forms of slavery in the states where forced labor occurs and in the grooming poles of workers.

403

Sensitizing federal judges for the need to maintain within federal scope the competence to judge forced labor crimes.

404

405

Proper new essay for Article 149 of the Criminal Code, so as to more accurately typify the crime of submitting someone to the condition analogous to that of slave.

406

Support programs aimed at the reappearance of criminal establishments, with a view to providing job opportunities to inmates.

Access to Earth

407

Promote the security of possession, understanding the urbanization of informally occupied areas and the regularization of popular lotments, as well as the revision of the legal instruments that discipline ownership of the land, such as the law regulating the public records (Law 6.015/73) and the federal urban soil parcellar law (Law 6.766/79).

408

Promote equal access to land, through the development of an urban land policy that considers the social function of the land as a base of support for the implementation of housing policies.

409

Implement land regularization, resettlement and land reform, respecting the rights to adequate and affordable housing, demarcation of indigenous areas, and titration of the remnants of kilombos.

410

Create and support integrated action policies and programs for the settlement of landless workers, with adequate infrastructure for agricultural production, agri-industry and encouragement to other economic activities compatible with defense of the environment.

411

Promoting family farming and models of sustainable agriculture, in the perspective of the distribution of wealth and fighting hunger.

412

Strengthen policies of encouraging family farming, in particular in land reform settlements, transforming them into local and sustainable food security provider base.

413

Adopt measures aimed at coibiing practices of violence against social movements that fight for access to land.

414

Support the bill approval that proposes that the concession of injunction of reintegration of possession be conditional on proving the social function of the property, making the intervention of the Public Prosecutor mandatory in all the procedural stages of disputes involving the possession of urban and rural land.

415

Promoting integrated actions between INCRA, justice secretaries, public safety secretaries, Public Ministries and Judiciary Power, to prevent the realization of forced evictions of rural workers, as per the Resolution No. 1993/77 of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, ensuring the prior resettlement of displaced families.

416

Prioritize the funeral regularization of occupied areas by deploying a minimum standard of urbanization, equipment and public services in the housing ventures and in the regularization of occupied areas.

Right to Moradia's Guarantee

417

Promote proper housing, including aspects of habitability, salubrity, environmental conditions, space, privacy, security, durability, water supply, sanitary sewage, solid waste disposal and accessibility in relation to employment and urban equipment, by means of the creation, maintenance and integration of programs and actions aimed at housing, sanitation and urban infrastructure.

418

Ensure respect for human rights and the availability of appropriate alternatives for the relocation of people removed from dwellings or areas whose characteristics prevent the permanence of their occupants.

419

Ensuring broad diffusion and understanding of the City Statute (Law No. 10.257/01) that regulates articles 182 and 183 of the Federal Constitution.

420

Promote equal access to credit, by structuring a policy of taxation subsidies that can merge costly and non-onerous resources, potentializing the social scope of government programs and actions, especially for low-income populations.

421

Supporting the regulation of the Housing Allowance Program of Interesse Social-PSH.

422

Support the establishment of regulatory milestones for the sectors responsible for the universalisation of access to basic services, thus understood as water supply, sanitary depletion, choleta/destination/waste treatment solids-waste-and electrical energy, seeking to identify new management models.

423

424

Support the recognition of the woman as head of family in housing programs.

425

Support the creation of special juare for the trial of actions involving evictions, reintegration actions of possession and other actions relating to the right to housing.

426

Support policies aimed at urbanization of the housing areas occupied by low-income populations, such as slums, lower and settlements.

427

Keep up to date updated land and real estate, public and private, ensuring democratic access to information and fiscal progressiveness, burdening empty real estate, urban landowners and under-utilized areas, particularly those served by infrastructure.

428

Create, maintain and support protection programs and assistance to homeless residents, including shelter, educational guidance and professional qualification.

Direct warranty to a Healthy Environment

429

Disseminating and promoting the conception that the right to a healthy environment constitutes a human right.

430

Link all and any policy of development to ecological sustainability.

431

Strengthen the environmental watchdog bodies by combining a preventive and punitive work by articulating and coordinating between the three spheres of government.

432

Promote environmental education by integrating it into the educational system, at all levels of education.

433

Develop programs for training and qualification of professionals with an interest in environmental protection, empowering citizenship agents for the environmental issue.

434

Support the creation and operation of the municipal and state councils of environmental protection.

435

Profor the revision of the values of fines relating to environmental damage.

436

Ensure the preservation of natural heritage, the protection of endangered species and biodiversity, and the promotion of sustainable development, allies to a policy of combating biopiracy and genetic heritage protection.

437

438

Support basic sanitation programs, targeting the quality of life of citizens and the reduction of environmental impacts, including health education program, with a focus on disease prevention and the rational use of natural resources.

439

Develop public policies for the protection of populations victimised by ecological disasters, including programs aimed specifically at minorities and social groups in areas of risk or subjected to environmental impacts.

440

Promote ways to prevent waste from natural resources by encouraging their reuse and recycling and to promote education for selective use of garbage.

441

Strengthen the public control of the waters and develop river revitalization programs, mangroves and beaches, implementing committees or boards of basins and sub-basins, with the participation of representatives of civil society.

Food Right Warranty

442

Disseminating and promoting the design that the right to food constitutes a human right.

443

Support the installation of the National Council of the Right to Food-CNDAL within the framework of the Secretary of State for Human Rights.

444

Support programs that aim for the stimulation of maternal allytation.

445

Promote the extension of direct income-linked income transfer programs intended for children from six months to six years of age, as well as to manager and nun in nutritional risk.

446

Eradicate child malnutrition by means of food measures associated with basic health actions.

447

Enlarge the food and nutritional surveillance system and promote educational actions aimed at the adoption of healthy eating habits.

448

Extend the food supply, quantitatively and qualitatively, with greater autonomy and strengthening of the local economy, associated with capacity-building programs, generation of productive occupations and increased household income.

449

450

Create and implement permanent food safety programs for the deprived, fiscalized and coordinated families by neighborhood associations in all states.

451

Create and disseminate food education programs that aim at better use of food resources, reducing wastage and improving food quality.

452

Profor measures aimed at reducing the tax burden on essential food products.

453

Proper measures prohibiting the incineration of stocked food for price maintenance purposes, with forecast targeting of unused stocks for food of needy households.

454

Fomenting research that promotes productivity gains in the various cultures, with seen to create regulatory stocks that ensure food to all citizens, particularly the poorest.

455

Encourage the development of communal hort programs.

456

Develop scientific studies on planting, purchasing and effects of transgenic foods and their impact on human health.

457

Promoting family farming and a model of sustainable agriculture, in the perspective of the distribution of wealth and fighting hunger.

Warranty of the Right to Culture and Lazer

458

Disseminating and promoting the conception that the right to culture and leisure constitutes a human right.

459

Ensure the expression of local and regional identities, considering the ethnic and cultural diversity of the country, through public policies of support and stimulation to its preservation.

460

Fomenting popular manifestations, the plastic arts, dance, music, literature and theatre, with special attention to folklore, upon the preservation of traditional groups.

461

Ensure the protection, preservation, restoration, restoration and access to the seized goods, urban sets, cultural and natural monuments, buildings, archaeological sites, museums, libraries and archives throughout the country.

462

Strengthen the laws of encouraging culture, ensuring population access to cultural goods and services.

463

Concentrate in areas with high rates of violence the incentive programs for sports, cultural and leisure activities, aimed preferably at the young public and the population at risk, seeking the involvement of the their respective communities and the confederations, clubs, athletes and artists in the management and dissemination of these programs.

464

Supporting the creation of public spaces adapted for the practice of sports, leisure and cultural manifestations.

465

Stimulate the opening of schools on the weekends for community leisure activities.

466

Support programs for revaluation and creation of culture houses, libraries and public archives.

467

Support the implementation of the ` Road Slave ` program, which provides for the recovery, compilation and processing of historical archives (primary sources) concerning the slave trade, and the computerised treatment of this material, with the constitution of a database on the subject.

Education, Awareness and Mobilization

468

Support extension of programs aimed at young people aged 15 a to 18 years, which enable access to educational supplementation, professional qualification, empowerment in human rights and community participation, the example of the Programs "Young Agent of Social and Human Development" and "Volunteer Civil Service".

469

Strengthen initiatives to empower community leads in appropriate means of management, as well as stimulate the formation of new leads.

470

Strengthen human rights education programs in elementary and middle schools, based on the use of the ` cross-sectional themes ` established by the National Curriculum Parameters-PCNs.

471

Support teaching and research programs that have as central theme education in human rights.

472

Incentivize national campaigns on the importance of respect for human rights.

473

Attribute, annually, the National Human Rights Award and encourage the creation of scholarships and other periodic distinctions for entities and personalities who have excelled in the defense of human rights.

474

Encourage the creation of direct access channels of the population to information and means of human rights protection such as special telephone lines.

475

Support training programs, education and human rights training for law practitioners, police officers, penitentiary agents and union, associative and community leaders.

476

Support the creation of human rights courses in the schools of the Magistrature and the Public Prosecutor's Office.

477

Support the realization of forums, seminars and workshops in the area of human rights.

478

Supporting the structuring of the National Human Rights Network-http://www.rndh.gov.br, the creation of databases with information concerning entities, political representatives, companies, trade unions, churches, schools and associations committed to the protection and promotion of human rights, at the national level, and the dissemination of human rights information through the internet.

479

Disclose, through the realization of advertising campaigns in all media, the federal, state and municipal laws on the protection of human rights, the organs and institutions responsible for their warranty, as well as the government programs aimed at their promotion

480

Support the creation of decentralized disclosure of dissemination, promotion and protection of human rights in the public bodies responsible for law enforcement.

481

Elaborate cartilla or manual that contains basic information on human rights in popular language and a relationship of governmental and non-governmental organizations that develop protection and promotion activities of these rights.

482

Promote programs for training and qualification of community law and human rights officers, as well as qualification programs of the members of municipal, state and federal human rights councils.

483

Promote the articulation of the regular courses and extension courses of public and private universities, colleges and other institutions of higher education, around the promotion and protection of human rights.

484

Extend the number of upper courses of human rights and related themes.

485

Constituting a database with information about courses, theses, professionals and academic activities aimed at the promotion and protection of human rights within the framework of public and private universities, colleges and others institutions of higher education.

486

Devise a national human rights calendar, with the identification of relevant dates and events.

Insert into International Protection Systems

487

Adopt legislative and administrative measures enabling the fulfillment by Brazil of commitments made in international human rights pacts and conventions, as well as of the judgments and decisions of the organs of universal systems (UN) and regional (OAS) of promotion and protection of human rights.

488

Strengthen cooperation with the supervisory bodies of international human rights pacts and conventions, the mechanisms of the United Nations Human Rights Commission and the regional protection system (Commission, Court, and Institute InterAmericans of Human Rights).

489

Promote friendly solution agreements, negotiated under the aegis of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, to repair serious human rights violations involving the Union or Federation units liability, per share or omission of public servants

490

Give continuity to the policy of adherence to international treaties for protection and promotion of human rights, through the ratification and implementati

491

Give advertising and dissemination to the texts of international human rights treaties and conventions of which Brazil is a party, as well as of the statements, platforms and action programs of world conferences on environment and development (Rio de Janeiro, 1992) ; human rights (Vienna, 1993) ; social development (Copenhagen, 1994) ; population and development (Cairo, 1994) ; woman (Beijing, 1995) ; human settlements (Istanbul, 1996), and combating racism (Durban, 2001).

492

Implementing the Conventions of the International Labour Organization-ILO ratified by Brazil, as well as the Declaration on Principles and Fundamental Rights at Work, especially with regard to freedom of association, elimination of all forms of forced labour, eradication of child labour and elimination of all forms of discrimination in work and occupation.

493

Support the implementation of the United Nations Protocol against the Manufacture and Illicit Trafficking of Firearms, their Parts and Components and Munitions, under the United Nations Convention against Organized Transnational Crime.

494

Ratify the No. 169 Convention, on Indigenous Peoples and Tribals in Independent Countries, adopted by the ILO in 1989.

495

Ratify the International Convention for the Protection of the Rights of Migrants and their Family members, approved by the United Nations General Assembly in 1990.

496

Ratify the Inter-American Convention on the Forced Disappearance of Persons, adopted by the OAS General Assembly in Bethlehem of Pará, on June 9, 1994.

497

Supporting the creation of a hemispherical system of disclosure of the principles and actions of protection of citizenship and human rights.

498

Propugnar for the creation of a Human Rights Forum in Mercosur.

499

Incorporate, in the agenda of regional economic integration processes, the subject of human rights.

500

Install the interministerial commission tasked with coordinating the elaboration of the periodic reports on the implementation of human rights conventions and treaties, of which Brazil is a part, as well as promoting capacity-building courses for the public servants in charge of drawing up these reports.

501

Promote the international exchange of experience in the protection and promotion of human rights.

502

Stimulate international cooperation in the area of education and training of police forces and empowerment of law operators.

503

Supporting the human rights enablement of members of the armed forces participating in United Nations peacekeeping operations.

504

Support the elaboration of optional protocol to the Convention against Torture and Other Treatments, or Cruel, Deshuman or Degrading Penas, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 10, 1984.

505

506

Encourage the ratification of international instruments of protection and promotion of human rights by the countries with which Brazil maintains diplomatic relations.

507

Carry out surveying and studying the situation of Brazilian inmates abroad.

508

509

Promote the empowerment of public actors for acting in international human rights forums.

510

Supporting the process of drafting the Optional Protocol to the UN International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.

511

Establish and support the operation of the committee of experts charged with proposing changes in internal legislation allowing for the ratification by Brazil of the Statute of the International Criminal Court-Rome Statute.

Implementation and Monitoring

512

Attributing to the Secretary of State for Human Rights-SEDH the responsibility for coordinating the implementation, monitoring and updating of the National Human Rights Program.

513

Attributing to SEDH the responsibility for drawing up annual action plans for the implementation and monitoring of PNDH, with the definition of deadlines, targets, responsible and budgeting for the actions.

514

Attributing to SEDH the responsibility to collect, systematize and make information available on the human rights situation in the country and to submit annual reports on the implementation of the PNDH.

515

Create a system for granting incentives by the Federal Government to state and municipal governments implementing measures that contribute to the achievement of the actions provided for in the PNDH, and to draw up periodic reports on the human rights situation.

516

Elaborate indicators for the monitoring of the implementation of the National Human Rights Program.

517

Follow up the execution of government programs and public funds that have direct relation to the implementation of the PNDH.

518

Promote wide dissemination of PNDH across national territory.

ANNEX II

ACTION PLAN PNDH-2002

1. The present action plan refers to the implementation of the National Human Rights Programme-PNDH during the year 2002 and its elaboration had as references to the UNDH's 519 proposals for action and the government programs in force, in accordance with the Pluriannual Plan 2000-2003 and with the Annual Budget Act 2002-LOA 2002.

2. The selection of government programs complied exclusively with the criterion of relevance for the promotion and protection of human rights and did not intend to refrain the entirety of the governmental action aimed at the guarantee of rights.

3. The present paper aims to enable monitoring of governmental action under the optics of human rights. The information in this paper will further enable, at the end of the financial year, to mend the implementation of the programmes implicated, including by means of the evaluation of budget implementation and the targeting of targets.

PROGRAMS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT USED FOR THE DRAFTING OF THE Plan of Action:

(the program number corresponds to the first 4 digits of the CODE column in the appended tables)

Programs of the Secretary of State for Human Rights

0065-Attention to Person Porter of Disabilities

0073-Combat the Abuse and Sexual Exploration of Children and Adolescents

0152-Social Reinsertion of Adolescent in Conflict with the Law

0153-Defense of the Rights of the Child and the Adolescent

0154-Human Rights, Rights of All

0155-Management of Human Rights Policy

0156-Combat Violence against Woman

0668-Peace in Schools

0670-Assistance to Victims and Threatened Witnesses

8017-Protection of International Adoption

Programs of the Ministries:

0001-Family Health

0003-Prevention, Control and Assistance to Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS Porters

0004-SUS Quality and Efficiency

0005-Pharmaceutical Assistance

0008-Healthy Food

0010-Health Surveillance of Products and Services

0018-Mental Health

0019-Prevention and Control of Tuberculosis and Other Pneumopathies

0020-Control of Hanseniasis and Other Dermatoses

0021-Woman's Health

0022-Worker Health

0025-Supplemental Health

0026-Young Health

0027-Children's Health and Materno Aleution

0040-Every Child in the School

0041-Development of Graduate Education

0042-School of Quality for All

0044-Development of Vocational Education

0045-Development of Middle Education

0047-Education of Young and Adults

0048-Statistics and Educational Assessments

0049-Development of Special Education

0066-Valorization and Health of Idoso

0067-Attention to Child

0068-Child Labor Eradication

0070-Brazil Jocomes

0085-Quality of Service in Social Security

0099-New Employment and Safe-Unemployment

0101-Professional Worker Qualification

0106-Management of Labour Policy and Employment

0107-Eradication of Escravizator and Degradant Work

0119-Base Sanitation

0121-Our Neighborhood

0122-Sanitation is Life

0128-Morar Better

0135-New Rural World: Assenation of Rural Workers

0136-New Rural World: Consolidation of Apartments

0137-Emancipation of Rural Settlements

0139-Management of Fundial Policy

0150-Etnodevelopment of Indigenous Societies

0151-Territory and Indigenous Culture

0167-Brazil Cultural Heritage

0168-Open Book

0170-Production and Cultural Diffusion

0171-Museum Memory and Future

0172-African-Brazilian Culture

0351-Familiar Agriculture-PRONAF

0356-Security and Quality of Food and Drinks

0415-Young Entrepreneur

0495-Prowater-Management

0497-Waters from Brazil

0660-Education and Security in Transit

0661-Restructuring of the Penitentiary System

0665-National Antidrugs

0666-Citizen Security

0671-Public Utility Recognition

0686-Assistance to Brazilian Citizens in the Exterior

0696-Call and Legalization of Foreign in Brazil

0697-Defense of Consumer Rights

0699-Integral Legal Assistance and Gratuitous

0791-Public Server Valuation

0813-Monumenta: Preservation of Historical Heritage

PNDH II Responses-Ability Unit Meta Code LOA 2002

0813-Monumenta: Preservation of Historic Heritage

PNDH II Actions

Responsibility

Drive

Meta

Code

LOA 2002

General Proposals

*

2.

Supporting, in the state and municipal sphere, the creation of rights councils endowed with autonomy and with a parity composition of representatives of government and civil society.

MJ

implanted board (unit)

6

01543815

180,000.00

25

01565023

394,136.00

13

00651753

260,000.00

3.

Support the formulation of state and municipal human rights programs and the holding of conferences and seminars aimed at the protection and promotion of human rights.

MJ

event held (unit)

2

01541807

80,000.00

5

00651815

210,000.00

10

01531810

500,000.00

5.

Stimulate the creation of databases with social and economic indicators on the situation of human rights in Brazilian states in order to guide the definition of public policies aimed to the reduction of violence and social inclusion.

MPOG, MJ

study / research released (unit)

4

80175029

200,000.00

study / research carried out (unit)

4

00651749

400,000.00

distributed exemplar (unit)

93,400

00653813

467,000.00

study / research carried out (unit)

3

01541747

260,000.00

distributed exemplar (unit)

40,000

01541733

200,000.00

published study / research (unit)

4

00681459

87,866.00

distributed exemplar (unit)

50,000

00681460

300,000.00

10.

Ensure free and universal access to civilian birth registration and the death seat.

PR, MJ

implanted system (% of physical execution)

30

06663827

744,000.00

Right to Life Warranty

*

12.

Supporting the execution of the National Public Safety Plan-PNSP.

MJ

critical area serviced (unit)

28

06667805

145,053,652.00

18

Extend programs aimed at reducing violence in schools, the example of the ` Peace in Schools ` programme, especially in urban areas that present acute deficiency and exclusion.

MEC, MJ

study / research released (unit)

3

06683837

148,000.00

capacitated person (unit)

7,500

06683809

1,500,000.00

supported project (drive)

31

06682044

3,050,000.00

supported membership (unit)

46

06682045

150,000.00

19.

Stimulate the improvement of criteria for police selection and empowerment and deploy, in police Academies, education and training programs in human rights, in partnership with entities non-government.

MJ

capacited police officer (unit)

7,854

06631715

4,000,000.00

capacitated person (unit)

21,430

06667795

22,799,700.00

qualified police officer (unit)

45,347

01011281

6,530,000.00

21.

Proper the creation of psychosocial care programs for the police officer and his family, the mandatory periodic evaluations of the physical and mental health of police professionals and the implementation of life and health insurance programs, own house acquisition and stimulation of formal education and professionalization.

MJ

child aged 0 a to 6 years serviced (unit)

6,510

07912010

7,109,895.00

person benefited (unit)

66,760

07912004

18,167,520.00

23

Support the operation and modernization of independent and unbound state corregedorias of police commands, with views to limit abuses and errors in police operations and to issue guidelines clear to the members of police forces with respect to the protection of human

MJ

modernized organ (unit)

6

06665041

286,000.00

31

Encourage educational and preventive actions aimed at reducing the number of accidents and deaths in transit.

MJ

implanted system (% of physical execution)

12

06601799

2,400,000.00

supported project (drive)

6

06601243

49,604,008.00

32

Encourage the deployment of police or community security and actions of articulation and cooperation between the community and public authorities with views to the development of local strategies of public safety, aiming at ensuring the protection of the physical integrity of people and of the goods of the community and the combating of impunity.

MJ

Community police implanted

35

06667807

117,061,700.00

33

Support the creation and operation of victims of crime support centres in the areas with major indices of violence, with views to make available social, legal and psychological assistance to victims of violence and their relatives and dependents.

MJ

implanted center (unit)

4

06701781

800,000.00

34

Support the realization of studies and victimization surveys, with specific reference to gender and race indicators, aiming at subsidizing the formulation, implementation and evaluation of protection programs of human rights.

MJ

study / research carried out (unit)

2

06663814

50,000.00

36

Deploy and strengthen information systems in the areas of security and justice, such as INFOSEG, in order to allow access to information and data integration on criminal identity, warrants of arrest and situation of the prison population in all Federation units

MJ

implanted system (% of physical execution)

30

06663829

450,000.00

maintained system (unit)

1

06664286

1,607,000.00

37

Create databases on the organization and operation of policemen and on the flow of occurrences in the criminal justice system.

MJ

implanted system (% of physical execution)

25

06667799

4,910,000.00

Right to Justice warranty

*

54

Strengthen the Medical-Legal or Criminalistic Institutes, adopting measures that ensure their technical excellence and progressive autonomy.

MJ, SSPs, SJs

reaparelated stdual police (unit)

32

06667797

48,815,320.00

55

Support the strengthening of the Union Public Defensoria and State Public Defensories, as well as the creation of Public Defensories along with all the nation's comarks.

MJ, DPU, DPEs

implanted service (unit)

8

06991783

1,240,600.00

assisted person (unit)

21,980

06992725

5,111,600.00

implanted system (% of physical execution)

2

06993825

30,000.00

56

Supporting the creation of free legal guidance services, the example of law balconies and disc-complaint services, as well as the development of agent training programs community of justice. And conflict mediation

MJ

implanted service (unit)

28

01541919

2,220,000.00

implanted service (unit)

18

01545033

930,000.00

maintained service (unit)

16

01542801

400,000.00

57

Stimulate the creation and strengthening of consumer advocacy bodies, at state and municipal level, as well as support the activities of the current civil society organizations in defending the consumer.

MJ

capacited agent (unit)

355

06971756

188,000.00

event held (unit)

4

06971811

140,000.00

person serviced (unit)

47

06972700

90,000.00

implanted system (% of physical execution)

1

06973830

510,000.00

maintained system (unit)

1

06974079

10,000.00

material released (unit)

15

06975636

150,000.00

supported project (drive)

7

06976067

2,280,000.00

60

Stimulate the creation of integrated citizenship centers close to the needy and periphery communities, which contain the administrative bodies for citizen care, police stations and varas of special juization with representatives of the Public Ministry and Public Defensoria.

MJ, MPAS, STJ, TJs, DPU, DPEs

implanted service (unit)

28

06667801

16,235,000.00

64

Foster a national pact with the entities responsible for the implementation of Law No. 9,455 of April 7, 1997, which typifies the crime of torture, and maintain reception system, treatment and referral of complaints for prevention and ascertaining of cases-SOS Torture.

MJ

implanted network (% of physical execution)

25

01545151

400,000.00

66

Support the creation and operation, in the states, of victim protection programs and witness for crimes, exposed to grave and real threat by virtue of collaboration or statements provided in investigation or criminal proceedings.

MJ, states

assisted person (unit)

10,078

06704278

6,211,400.00

implanted service (unit)

4

06701787

1,200,000.00

capacited agent (unit)

550

06701717

1,434,900.00

assisted person (unit)

150

06702831

600,000.00

73

Supporting the functioning of the National-CENAPA Central and the state central of alternative feathers, stimulating the dissemination of information and the reproduction of these initiatives, as well as the creation of the National Board of Penas and Alternative Measures.

MJ, states

apeted benefit (unit)

3,610

06612730

3,137,000.00

76

Support the implementation of the Penitentiary Informatics System-INFOPEN, so as to accompany the passage of the detainee for all steps of the criminal justice system, from provisional detention to the relaxation of prison, whether by the fulfillment of the penalty, whether by regime progression, and to enable proper planning of vacancy supply, managerial actions and other measures aimed at ensuring the improvement of the system.

MJ

implanted system (% of physical execution)

27

06611846

4,100,000.00


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79

Implementing policies aimed at ensuring the economic, social and cultural rights of people subjected to detention.

MJ, SJs

assisted person (unit)

7,500

06612698

1,500,000.00

82

Support emergency programs to correct the inadequate conditions of existing prison establishments, as well as for the construction of new, federal and state establishments, with the use of resources from the National Penitentiary Fund-FUNPEN.

MJ, SJs

acquired equipment (unit)

120

06611701

4,000,000.00

vacancy created (unit)

15,890

06611844

182,678,394.00

89

Strengthen the national prison server empowerment program, with a view to ensuring the professional training of the technical body, direction and penitentiary agents.

MJ, SJs

capacited agent (unit)

5,300

06611718

4,240,366.00

91

Promote educational, cultural, professional training and support programs for the inmate's work, with views to contribute to his recovery and reinsertion in society.

MJ, SJs

professionalized inmate (unit)

1,324

06612727

3,310,000.00

sporty material produced (unit)

1,935,000

06615448

11,555,190.00

92

Supporting the realization of Penal Enforcement Mutirons with views to the granting of regime progression and release of the inmates who have already fulfilled their sentences in full.

MJ, SJs

assisted detainer (unit)

9,385

06612719

1,840,000.00

Right to Freedom Warranty

*

Opinion and Expression

*

98

Support the functioning of the General Coordination of Justice, Classification, Securities and Qualification, of the National Office of Justice of the Ministry of Justice, so as to provide it with operational capacity compliant with its institutional mission.

MJ

title cassed (unit)

37

06712735

30,000.00

title granted (unit)

333

06712737

40,000.00

deploy central deployed (unit)

20

06713818

48,000.00

implanted system (% of physical execution)

16

06713831

16,000.00

Belief and Culto

*

Sexual Orientation

*

Equal Law Warranty

*

Children and Adolescents

*

127

Promote clarification campaigns on the Rights of the Child and Adolescent Rights, informing about the advantages of application for physical and legal persons, as well as creating mechanisms of incentive for resource caption, ensuring forms of social control of its application.

MJ

campaign carried out (unit)

20

01531223

120,000.00

128

Support the production and publication of studies and research that contribute to the dissemination and application of the Status of Child and Adolescent-ECA.

MJ

distributed exemplar (unit)

60,000

01531732

300,000.00

study / research carried out (unit)

10

01531743

300,000.00

129

Ensure the proper deployment and operation of the organs that make up the Children's and Adolescent Rights Guarantee System, stimulating the creation of Public Defensorian Núcleos Specialized in the Service of Children and Adolescents (with the violated rights), of Crimes Research Basins Practiced Against Children and Adolescents and Creative Varas of Crimes Against Children and Adolescents.

MJ, DPU, DPEs, SSPs, TJs

implanted defensoria (unit)

8

01535002

1,000,000.00

implanted defense unit (unit)

8

01531797

1,000,000.00

maintained defense unit (unit)

4

01532717

8,300,000.00

station implanted (unit)

8

01531221

800,000.00

131

Investing in the training and empowerment of professionals in charge of the promotion and protection of the rights of children and adolescents within public institutions and non-governmental organizations

MJ

capacitated person (unit)

8,333

01521758

2,500,000.00

capacitated person (unit)

3,000

01531761

900,000.00

135

Living programs and services for care and protection for children and adolescents victims of violence, as well as assistance and guidance for their family members.

MJ

child and adolescent serviced (unit)

1,200

01532042

375,000.00

child and adolescent serviced (unit)

17,000

00732383

5,100,000.00

139

Strengthen programs that offer benefits to adolescents in vulnerability situation, and that enable their involvement in community activities aimed at promoting citizenship, health and environment.

MPAS, MJ

child and adolescent serviced (unit)

34,850

00702558

15,430,000.00

140

Supporting the deployment and implementation of the National Plan of Confrontation of Infanto-Juvenile Sexual Violence in the states and municipalities.

MJ

maintained network (unit)

1

00732815

140,000.00

141

Give continuity to the National Combat Campaign for Infanto-Juvenile Sexual Exploitation, stimulating the launch of state and municipal campaigns that aim to modify conceptions, practices and attitudes that they stigmatize the child and adolescent in the situation of sexual violence, using as a conceptual milestone the ECA and the relevant international standards.

MJ, States and Municipalities

campaign carried out (unit)

1

00737939

570,000.00

144

Create informational, intended for foreign tourists, covering aspects related to sex crimes and their personal, social and judicial implications.

MJ, MET, MPAS

campaign carried out (unit)

3

00735393

700,000.00

146

Extend Child Labor Eradication Program-PETI so as to focus children from urban areas at risk, especially those used in illegal activities such as the sexual exploitation of nursery-youth and drug trafficking.

MTE, MJ

event held (unit)

15

00681458

654,970.00

campaign carried out (unit)

2

00681910

2,200,000.00

child and adolescent serviced (unit)

813,200

00682060

175,530,131.00

realized mapping (drive)

1

00682602

25,983.00

surveillance carried out (unit)

30,000

00682688

1,000,000.00

131

*

147

Support income generation initiatives for the families of children serviced by PETI.

MTE, MPAS, MJ

child and adolescent serviced (unit)

813,000

00682569

235,803,202.00

benefit processed (drive

5,200,200

00684443

2,260,168.00

paid benefit (unit)

5,200,200

00684447

11,440,440.00

beneficial family (unit)

395,886

00686537

46,186,667.00

149

Support and strengthen the National Forum for Prevention and Eradication of Child Labor.

MTE, MJ

131

*

151

Extend professional learning programs for adolescents in public and private organizations, respecting the rules established by the ECA.

MJ

capacitated teenager (unit)

1,000

01531227

80,000.00

152

Give continuity to deployment and implementation, within the federal and articulated manner with states and municipalities, from the Information System for Children and Adolescence-SIPIA, as far as the Modules: I-monitoring of child and adolescent protection situation, under the optics of violation and rebirth of rights ; II-monitoring of the flow of care to the teen in conflict with the law ; III-monitoring of the family placement and national and international adoptions ; and IV-monitoring of the implementation of the Boards of Rights, Tutelar Councils and Funding for Children and Adolescence.

MJ, States, Municipalities

implanted system (% of physical execution)

18

01531800

1,300,000.00

153

Support the creation of identification, location, rescue and protection services of missing children and adolescents.

MJ, States, Municipalities

implanted network (% of physical execution)

15

01531785

255,000.00

155

Prioritize the socio-educational measures in the open for the care of adolescents in conflict with the law.

MJ, Municipalities, states

implanted service (unit)

25

01521782

3,500,000.00

156

Encourage redevelopment of private freedom institutions for adolescents in conflict with the law, reducing the number of interns per unit of care and conferring priority on implementation of the remaining socio-educational measures provided for in the ECA in line with the resolutions of CONANDA.

MJ, States, Municipalities

vacancy created (unit)

640

01521722

11,200,000.00

reformed unit (square meter)

1,400

01521819

700,000.00

acquired equipment (unit)

1,375

01521829

2,000,000.00

assisted adolescent (unit)

3,000

01522227

3,881,000.00

assisted egresso (unit)

4

01521780

478,416.00

implanted service (unit)

10

01521788

1,000,000.00

159

Promoting the operational integration of organs of the Judiciary, Public Prosecutor, Public Defensories and Public Safety Secretaries with the specialized police stations in investigation of acts offenders practiced by adolescents and the fulfillment entities, as well as awareness-raising actions of the professionals indicated for these bodies as to the application of the ECA.

MJ, States, Municipalities

station implanted (unit)

2

01521728

1,000,000.00

164

Promoting the implementation of the Hague Convention on the Protection of Children and Cooperation in International Adoption Matter, by strengthening the Brazilian Central Authority, instituted by the Decree No 3.174/ 99 and of the organs that integrate it.

MJ

installed administrative unit (unit)

1

80171775

500,000.00

capacitated person (unit)

866

80175027

200,000.00

166

Promote actions and initiatives with views to strengthen the exceptional character of international adoptions.

MJ

event held (uity)

4

80175025

100,000.00

Women

*

177

Support the implementation and strengthening of the Woman-PAISM Health Integral Assistance Program.

MS, MJ

campaign carried out (unit)

10

00213879

9,280,000.00

study / research carried out (unit)

1

00213900

200,000.00

event held (unit)

4

00213929

490,000.00

capacitated person (unit)

1,080

00217841

900,000.00

182

Supporting the creation and operation of specialized police stations in the care of woman-DEAMs.

MJ

capacitated professional (unit)

700

01561713

700,000.00

183

Encourage research and dissemination of information on violence and discrimination against the woman and on forms of protection and promotion of woman's rights.

MJ

study / research carried out (unit)

12

01561748

350,000.00

distributed exemplar (unit)

200,000

01561737

405,864.00

186

Support protection programs and assistance to victims and witnesses to gender violence, contemplating legal, social, psychological, medical, and professional capacity-building services, so as the broadening and strengthening of the case-shelter network across the country.

MJ

shelter implanted (unit)

108

01567051

2,605,000.00

person benefited (milhar)

6

01566015

170,000.00



Afrodescendants

*

192

Create databases on the situation of the civil, political, social, economic and cultural rights of the Afrodescendants in Brazilian society, with the purpose of guiding the adoption of policies affirmative public.

MJ, MinC, MPOG

study / research carried out (unit)

2

01721512

77,092.00

implanted center (unit)

1

01721507

6,350,141.00

198

Promote the enrollment and identification of the remnant communities of quilombos, across the national territory, with views to enable the issuance of the definitive property titles of their land.

MJ, MinC

titled community (unit)

59

01721642

4,113,928.00

200

Support infrastructure projects for the remnant communities of quilombos, as a way to prevent rural exodus and promote the social and economic development of these communities.

MS, MEC, MDA

capacitated person (unit)

880

01721508

440,000.00

202

Encourage actions that contribute to the preservation of memory and foster the cultural production of the Afrodescending community in Brazil.

MinC

supported project (drive)

31

01720503

7,628,711.00

well preserved /restored (drive)

15

01724059

172,848.00

event held (unit)

15

01726531

232,241.00

Indigenous Peoples

*

217

Formulate and implement policies of protection and promotion of the rights of indigenous peoples, in place of integrationist and assistencialist policies.

MJ

localized / protected community (unit)

6

01514524

550,000.00

capacited technician (unit)

300

01511714

345,300.00

221

Ensure the effective participation of Indigenous peoples, their organizations and the federal indigenist body in the process of formulating and implementing public policies for protection and promotion of the indigenous rights.

MJ

post built (unit)

150

01501725

1,500,000.00

post held (unit)

180

01502715

2,430,000.00

post recovered / equipped (unit)

150

01501741

350,000.00

223

Demarcar and regularise the traditionally occupied indigenous lands, the reserved and domain ones that have not yet been demarcated and regularised.

MJ

identified / revised Indigenous land (HA)

36

01514276

2,000,000.00

Effectivated regularization (HA)

7,868,394

01514390

36,835,263.00

demarcated Indian land (HA)

1,217,354

01512235

2,030,301.00

225

Ensuring indigenous peoples assistance in the area of health, with the implementation of differentiated health programs, considering the specificities of that population and prioritizing actions in the area of preventive medicine and food safety.

MS, MJ

modernized / proper health unit (unit)

314

01503869

9,251,000.00

beneficial Indigenous community (unit)

47

01503913

1,720,000.00

assisted indigenous (unit)

5,800

01506057

7,420,000.00

Indigenous serviced (unit)

350,000

01506501

115,000,000.00

226

Ensuring indigenous peoples a differentiated school education, respecting their socio-cultural universe, and enabling support for Indigenous students of elementary, second-degree and level education university.

MEC, MJ

school built (unit)

1

01501150

100,000.00

school maintained (unit)

735

01502713

1,658,000.00

house maintained (unit)

400

01502714

857,000.00

capacited teacher (unit)

250

01503089

200,000.00

capacited teacher (unit)

180

01503810

135,000.00

distributed material (unit)

9,500

01501735

690,000.00

distributed exemplar (unit)

10,000

01504047

200,000.00

227

Promote the creation of lines of credit and the grant of specific scholarships for university Indigenous students.

MEC, MJ

assisted student (unit)

12,000

01506059

1,591,560.00

229

Implementing protection and management policies of indigenous lands, with the deployment of permanent surveillance systems of these lands and their surroundation, the promotion of partnerships with the Federal Police, the IBAMA and the State Secretaries of the Environment, and the empowerment of servers and members of the indigenous communities.

MDA, MJ, states

surveillance carried out (unit)

500

01512707

4,498,320.00

230

Viabilizing programs and actions in the area of ethno-development aimed at the sustainable occupation of strategic spaces within indigenous lands, such as areas vacated by invaders and / or areas of ingress of loggers and garimpeiros.

MMA, MDA, MJ

surveillance carried out (unit)

500

01512707

4,498,320.00

235

Support and advise Indigenous communities in the elaboration of projects and in the execution of ethno-development actions of sustainable character.

MMA, MDA, MJ

beneficial family (unit)

33,505

01502711

8,239,672.00

capacitated person (unit)

180

01501712

460,000.00

serviced community (unit)

5

01502178

40,000.00

237

Supporting the creation of specific legal assistance services for Indigenous individuals and communities.

MJ

assisted indigenous (unit)

1,000

01502699

137,000.00

238

Ensure the constitutional right of indigenous peoples to the exclusive use of existing biodiversity on their land, implementing actions that will coibide the biopiracy of resources and knowledge traditional Indigenous.

MMA, MJ

event held (unit)

141

01511812

500,000.00

study carried out (unit)

30

01511742

190,000.00

Indigenous land recovered (HA)

202

01511818

575,000.00

239

Develop policies for the protection of cultural and biological heritage and the traditional knowledge of Indigenous peoples, in particular actions that aim for cataloguing, the registration of patents and the disclosure of that patrimony.

MJ, MinC

preserved document (unit)

40,000

01516487

180,000.00

published research (unit)

20

01512724

172,000.00

well preserved (unit)

4,000

01512630

100,000.00

distributed exemplar (unit)

40

01511738

100,000.00

event held (unit)

27

01511808

130,000.00

public serviced (unit)

51,500

01512814

103,000.00

Gays, Lesbians, Travestis, Transexual and Bisexual? GLTTB

*

Foreign, Refugee and Migrant

*

257

Establish policies for the promotion and protection of the rights of Brazilian communities abroad and foreign communities in Brazil.

MJ, MRE

distributed exemplar (unit)

2,000

06961734

20,000.00

central installed (% of physical execution)

7

06961752

36,000.00

central maintained (unit)

1

06964275

150,000.00

regularized foreign (unit)

641

06962728

42,000.00

digitized registration (unit)

57,142

06963812

40,000.00

integrated system (% of physical execution)

2

06963833

24,000.00

assisted citizen (unit)

2,522

06862529

673,960.00

DECREE NO. 4,229, DE May 13, 2002-3ª PART

Cigans

*

Persons Carriers of Disabilities

*

266

Instituting measures that will provide for the removal of architectural, environmental, transportation and communication barriers to ensure the disabled person's access to services and public areas and to commercial buildings.

MJ

barrier to deficient removed (drive)

133

00651740

200,000.00

271

Extension to states and municipalities the National System of Information on Disabilities-SICORDE.

MJ

implanted system (% of physical execution)

25

00651825

430,000.00

maintained system (unit)

1

00654281

200,000.00

273

Supporting professional education programs for people with disabilities.

MEC, MJ, MTE

supported institution (unit)

45

00652043

800,000.00

qualified person (unit)

78,200

01015423

11,262,000.00

280

Support the inclusion of references to accessibility for people with disabilities in campaigns promoted by the Federal Government and the state and municipal governments.

PR, States, Municipalities

campaign carried out (unit)

1

00653072

400,000.00

281

Promoting the empowerment of public servants, health professionals, community leads, and members of advice on issues concerning persons with disabilities.

MS, MJ

capacitated person (unit)

3,646

00651760

850,000.00

capacitated person (unit)

1,293

00655125

300,000.00

Elderly

*

282

Create, strengthen and decentralize care programs for seniors, in accordance with the Act No. 8.842/94, so as to contribute to their integration to the family and society and to encourage care in the your own environment.

MPAS, MS, MJ

elderly person serviced (unit)

29,413

00661394

13,275,000.00

elderly person serviced (unit)

353,022

00662559

39,602,041.00

published study / research (unit)

3

00663902

500,000.00

event held (unit)

10

00663948

853,000.00

285

Support programs aimed at empowering caregivers of seniors and other professionals dedicated to care for the elderly.

MJ, MS, MTE

qualified person (unit)

30,722

01015421

4,424,000.00

Right to Education Guarantee

*

295

Contributing to the formulation of guidelines and norms for child education so as to ensure basic standards of care in crèches and preschools.

MEC

child serviced (unit)

91,463

00671001

34,475,076.00

child serviced (unit)

1,702,630

00672556

275,914,309.00

296

Contributing to the planning, development and evaluation of educational practices, in addition to building educational proposals that respond to the needs of children and their family members in the different regions of the country.

MEC

vehiculated program (unit)

280,080

00424050

10,446,900.00

student benefed (milhar)

11

00424088

4,000,000.00

exemplar distributed (milhar)

6,620

00427619

5,930,580.00

capacitated professional (unit)

15,080

00427859

1,512,900.00

distributed module (milhar)

79

00672331

5,373,000.00

capacited teacher (unit)

24,776

00674519

12,537,000.00

school built (unit)

1

00675612

260,000.00

298

Encourage the student association at all levels and the creation of school boards composed of family members, entities, non-governmental organizations and associations, for the supervision, evaluation and elaboration of school programs and curricula.

MEC, MJ

capacited advisor (unit)

648

00404389

1,500,000.00

301

Consolidating a system for evaluating the results of public and private education across the country.

MEC

disseminated study / statistical (unit)

85

00484000

4,800,000.00

assessed course (unit)

24

00480016

26,089,080.00

assessed student (unit)

1,600,000

00480017

63,525,800.00

implanted module (unit)

13

00480021

3,178,000.00

evaluated educational system (unit)

27

00480022

7,038,000.00

assessed course (unit)

1,900

00480065

9,459,281.00

institution evaluated (unit)

1,389

00480073

352,225.00

303

Conduct periodically educational censuses in partnership with the education secretaries of the states and the Federal District, with the aim of producing statistical-educational data to subsidize the planning and management of education in the governmental spheres.

MEC, States, Municipalities

census / evaluation carried out (unit)

3

00483090

1,000,000.00

census realized (unit)

1

00484014

7,872,000.00

census realized (unit)

1

00486503

3,430,000.00

304

Supporting the popularization of the use of microcomputer and the internet, through massification of this technology and the realization of training courses in needy communities and in public spaces, especially in schools, libraries and community spaces.

MEC

capacitated professional (unit)

6,000

00423160

3,088,000.00

305

Ensure the universalization, compulsory and quality of fundamental education, stimulating the adoption of the expanded school journey, the enhancement of the magister and the community participation in management of schools, and ensuring support for school transportation.

MEC

FUNDEF

00400304

663,963,846.00

supported project (drive)

124

00400509

67,214,040.00

benefit school (unit)

95,850

00400515

204,011,000.00

benefit school (unit)

42,370

00400517

123,197,000.00

benefit school (unit)

10,106

00403693

80,000,000.00

acquired vehicle (unit)

3,250

00403699

121,050,118.00

student matriculated (unit)

157,143

00404041

34,835,449.00

benefit school (unit)

1,000

00405079

20,000,000.00

capacited teacher (unit)

23,913

00422337

12,100,000.00

306

Promote equity in the conditions of access, permanence and school success of the student in elementary education, through the extension of direct income transfer programs linked to education (cakes-school) and acceleration of learning.

MEC

student benefed (milhar)

10,195

00400519

1,835,000,000.00

serviced family (milhar)

5,422

00404401

155,000,000.00

serviced family (milhar)

5,422

00404411

11,000,000.00

307

Ensure the supply of free and quality books to public schools of fundamental education.

MEC

exemplar distributed (milhar)

65,557

00404046

325,670,000.00

distributed module (unit)

21,856

00404045

18,006,583.00



308

Partially suppressing the nutritional needs of the students of public schools and schools maintained by philanthropic entities through the offering of at least an adequate daily meal, stimulating good eating habits and looking to lessen avoidance and repeatal.

MEC

student benefed (milhar)

37,720

00400513

900,000,000.00

309

Promote the expansion of access to high school with equity and suit the current offer, in an orderly manner and meeting minimum basic standards.

MEC

student serviced (unit)

1,940,683

00451327

405,529,040.00

serviced school (unit)

6,263

00453682

69,455,170.00

310

Adopt a conception for high school that will run the determinations of the Education-LDB Guidelines and Bases Act, as well as the demand and needs of the country.

MEC

study carried out (unit)

20

00453680

5,080,389.00

implemented project (% of physical execution)

20

00453686

6,228,024.00

311

Implementing curriculum reform and ensuring the continued training of faculty and managers of high schools.

MEC

capacitated professional (unit)

78,180

00453677

14,662,417.00

312

Team progressively the high schools with libraries, computer labs and science and technological kit for reception from the School TV.

MEC

equiped unit (unit)

20,000

00421181

15,000,000.00

315

Create courses that ensure work perspective for young people, that facilitate their access to the market and that they also meet the professionals already entered into the job market.

MEC

supported institution (unit)

165

00440529

27,594,000.00

capacitated professional (unit)

8,000

00443676

6,261,232.00

capacitated professional (unit)

7,000

00445430

8,000,000.00

implanted center (unit)

45

00445606

42,000,000.00

implanted center (unit)

85

00447109

61,322,290.00

young capacited (unit)

800

04153839

800,000.00

young capacited (unit)

36,667

04155417

5,500,000.00

318

Identify opportunities, stimulate initiatives, generate alternatives, and support negotiations that forward better educational care to people with special educational needs, so as to ensure their educational and social integration.

MEC, MJ

supported institution (unit)

1,153

00490511

28,165,511.00

distributed material (unit)

40,000

00496113

2,000,000.00

capacitated professional (unit)

28,900

00496123

689,000.00

student matriculated (unit)

1,034

00496127

15,599,415.00

disseminated study (unit)

49

00496131

216,162.00

exemplar produced and distributed (unit)

100,000

00496135

425,878.00

event held (unit)

5

00496137

400,000.00

qualified docent (unit)

6,000

00496139

2,000,000.00

qualified person (unit)

3,900

00496141

1,180,000.00

324

Reduce the illiteracy index of the Brazilian population by raising the average of study time and extending literacy programs for young people and adults.

MEC

student matriculated (unit)

1,355,660

00470081

327,642,000.00

student matriculated (unit)

87,250

00470507

24,108,240.00

benefit student (unit)

1,002,941

00472047

102,600,000.00

program produced (minute)

360

00472263

555,000.00

benefit student (unit)

500,000

00472335

10,000,000.00

capacited teacher (unit)

29,644

00474397

15,000,000.00

student matriculated (unit)

135,903

00477857

11,441,000.00

325

Establish mechanisms for promoting equal access to higher education, taking into consideration the need for the contingent of university students to reflect racial and cultural diversity of Brazilian society.

MEC, MJ

funded student (unit)

16,258

00410577

49,856,207.00

funded student (unit)

215,541

00410579

612,700,000.00

Guarantee of the Right to Health, Social Security and Social Welfare

*

328

Ensuring the principle of universal health access, strengthening the Single Health System-SUS, ensuring its autonomy and democratization, as well as its consolidation in all states and Brazilian municipalities

MS

implanted / aparelated / proper unit (unit)

5,172

00041823

540,573,346.00

capacitated person (unit)

32,437

00042729

7,484,100.00

campaign carried out (unit)

3

00043846

5,820,000.00

implanted / widened health unit (unit)

72

00043863

36,020,000.00

implanted / enlarged unit (unit)

153

00043865

14,780,000.00

modernized / proper health unit (unit)

4,568

00043868

88,560,000.00

modernized / proper drive (unit)

292

00043870

55,187,500.00

published study / research (unit)

85

00043888

13,886,340.00

implanted card (unit)

######

00043914

66,684,450.00

implanted / widened health unit (unit)

31

00043917

35,500,000.00

modernized / proper health unit (unit)

141

00043923

114,425,000.00

event held (unit)

9

00043936

600,000.00

accredited hospital (unit)

100

00044291

100,000.00

person serviced (unit)

2,000,000

00044310

900,000.00

person benefited (unit)

######

00044372

11,525,630.00

maintained unit (unit)

625

00044525

94,519,112.00

acquired health mobile unit (unit)

2,954

00045776

111,596,920.00

330

Extend population access to basic health services from strengthening basic attention, thus being worth the expansion and consolidation of the Family Health Program-PSF.

MS

capacitated person (unit)

150,000

00013851

5,100,000.00

event held (unit)

15

00013932

700,000.00

acquired health mobile unit (unit)

1

00014456

8,560,000.00

published study / research (unit)

10

00017839

500,000.00

covered population (milhar)

172,462

00010587

1,920,000,000.00

family health care maintained (unit)

20,001

00010589

1,300,000,000.00

331

Supporting the strengthening of programs aimed at full care for the woman's health.

MS

campaign carried out (unit)

10

00213879

9,280,000.00

published study / research (unit)

1

00213900

200,000.00

event held (unit)

4

00213929

490,000.00

capacitated person (unit)

1,080

00217841

900,000.00

337

Support programs for full attention to child health and maternal enchantment incentive to reduce maternal and children's morbidity from zero to five years of age.

MS

accredited hospital (unit)

50

00272783

100,000.00

published study / research (unit)

6

00273891

1,310,000.00

Human milk bank implanted (unit)

30

00273906

1,548,000.00

event held (unit)

89

00273947

830,000.00

vaccinated child (milhar)

15,800

00275602

13,503,000.00

342

Support programs that aim to prevent and reduce the risks, accidents and diseases related to the environment and to the work process.

MS

published study / research (unit)

3

00223893

500,000.00

implanted service (unit)

200

00223920

3,200,000.00

event held (unit)

5

00223927

600,000.00

surveillance carried out (unit)

2,000

00224337

800,000.00

344

Guarantee basic pharmaceutical assistance under SUS.

MS

covered population (milhar)

172,461

00050593

172,461,000.00

pharmaceutical unit produced (milhar)

712,428

00052522

41,408,914.00

event held (unit)

15

00053928

500,000.00

patient serviced (unit)

######

00054368

267,101,000.00

modernized / proper pharmaceutical laboratory (unit)

10

00057835

27,504,800.00

345

Ensure the health surveillance of medicines, food and other products.

MS

covered population (milhar)

172,462

00100595

80,000,000.00

surveillance carried out (unit)

76,000

00102691

59,335,000.00

350

Intensify actions aimed at eliminating hanseniasis as a public health problem in the country, aiming to ensure early diagnosis and treatment of carriers, as well as to promote measures intended to counter prejudice against the disease.

MS

curated patient (unit)

88,029

00200599

5,900,000.00

patient serviced (unit)

60,000

00202739

2,000,000.00

published study / research (unit)

9

00203855

500,000.00

treated patient (unit)

56,000

00204313

5,706,000.00

351

Intensifying actions aimed at controlling tuberculosis in the country, aiming to ensure early diagnosis and treatment of carriers, as well as to promote measures to combat the prejudice against the disease.

MS

curated patient (unit)

95,000

00190601

5,800,000.00

published study / research (unit)

22

00193856

500,000.00

event held (unit)

3

00193941

350,000.00

treated patient (unit)

95,000

00194314

6,000,000.00

published research (unit)

40

00194363

5,791,100.00

patient serviced (unit)

95,500

00194369

10,600,000.00

352

Ensure full attention to the health of the elderly by promoting access to specific medicines within SUS.

MS, MPAS

elderly person serviced (unit)

260,353

00660561

615,348,381.00

person serviced (unit)

530,177

00660573

1,173,796,870.00

elderly person serviced (unit)

29,413

00661394

13,275,000.00

extra-hospital service implanted (unit)

70

00661847

2,000,000.00

elderly person serviced (unit)

353,022

00662559

39,602,041.00

paid benefit (unit)

6,362,124

00662573

42,331,616.00

processed benefit (unit)

6,362,124

00662583

18,103,877.00

benefit granted / cessation (unit)

247,538

00662589

2,748,100.00

published study / research (unit)

3

00663902

500,000.00

event held (unit)

10

00663948

853,000.00

idle immunized (milhar)

13,900

00665600

50,800,000.00

353

Ensure full attention to adolescents' health, taking into account the specific needs of that population segment.

MS

event held (unit)

7

00263872

115,000.00

published study / research (unit)

2

00263901

160,000.00

implanted center (unit)

64

00263907

1,300,000.00

campaign carried out (unit)

1

00263998

5,500,000.00

354

Ensure full attention to the health of Indigenous peoples, taking into consideration their specific needs.

MS, MJ

Indigenous serviced (unit)

350,000

01506501

115,000,000.00

355

Promote control of pension funds and private health plans, widely disseminating patients' rights and their mechanisms of effector.

MS

surveillance carried out (unit)

2,700

00254339

28,000,000.00

360

Accelerate the implementation of measures aimed at unbureaucratizing the services of the National Institute of Social Insurance-INSS for the granting of pensions and benefits.

MPAS

unit evaluated (unit)

1,298

00852563

10,627,798.00

serviced user (drive)

190,000

00852587

790,000.00

serviced user (drive)

######

00854405

3,897,467.00

implanted / reformulated unit (unit)

126

00855509

51,461,048.00

implanted system (% of physical execution)

30

00857933

1,935,000.00

Mental Health

*

365

Support the disclosure and application of the Law No 10,216 of April 6, 2001, with views on the deconstruction of the manicomial apparatus under the perspective of the reorientation of the mental health attention model.

MS, MJ

event held (unit)

15

00183951

250,000.00

370

Create a policy of integral attention to victims of psychic distress in the area of mental health, ensuring compliance with the rights letter of mental health users and monitoring of the psychiatric hospitals.

MS, MJ

assisted patient (unit)

5,500

00180591

5,000,000.00

patient serviced (unit)

220,000

00182743

25,000,000.00

published study / research (unit)

3

00183892

1,170,000.00

Chemical Dependence

*

371

Promote national campaigns for the prevention of alcoholism and the use of drugs that generate chemical dependence, encouraging studies, research, and programs to limit the incidence and impact of consumption of illicit drugs.

PR, MS

campaign carried out (unit)

5

06653681

1,917,110.00

372

Proper the treatment of drug dependants under the public health focus.

PR, MS

implanted service (unit)

207

00183911

8,380,000.00

373

Supporting actions for implementation of the National Antidrug Action Program-PANAD.

PR

surveillance carried out (unit)

1,000

06652679

2,391,219.00

person serviced (unit)

500

06652682

930,000.00

supported municipal council (unit)

25

06654221

500,000.00

published research (unit)

1

06654419

400,000.00

supported surveillance (unit)

5,000

06656483

1,000,000.00

374

Support assistance programs and guidance for drug users, in replacement of the indictment in police inquiry and judicial process.

PR, MS

supported center (drive)

10

06654219

200,000.00

capacited agent (unit)

20,000

06654197

740,000.00

HIV/AIDS

*

376

Encourage information campaigns on DST and HIV / AIDS, aiming at clarifying the population on behaviours that facilitate or hinder their transmission.

MS

campaign carried out (unit)

18

00033878

15,260,000.00

event held (unit)

30

00033943

500,000.00

377

Support the improvement of the quality of treatment and assistance of people with HIV / AIDS, including broadening accessibility and reducing costs.

MS

capacitated person (unit)

20,000

00033880

8,000,000.00

implanted service (unit)

200

00033910

9,279,000.00

serviced group (unit)

30

00033954

21,810,000.00

person serviced (unit)

1,500,000

00034309

600,000.00

diagnostic checked (unit)

3,000,000

00034327

23,311,000.00

patient serviced (unit)

139,500

00034370

516,000,000.00

379

Encourage the realization of studies and research on DST and HIV/AIDS in the various areas of knowledge, attaining to ethical principles of research.

MS

published study / research (unit)

25

00033897

1,500,000.00

Right to Work Warranty

*

385

Organize database with social indicators, which translate the conditions of employment, underemployment, and unemployment, under the perspective of gender and race.

MTE

published research (unit)

7

01061277

6,035,000.00

386

Ensure the development of professional qualification and requalification programs compliant with the demands of the labor market.

MTE

evaluated program (unit)

27

01011463

11,551,488.00

supervised supervision (unit)

27

01014421

4,200,000.00

qualified entrepreneur (unit)

276,679

01015405

39,841,723.00

campaign carried out (unit)

10

01015418

4,000,000.00

qualified person (unit)

108,433

01015420

15,630,000.00

qualified worker (unit)

234,713

01015424

33,798,600.00

qualified worker (unit)

42,575

01015425

6,130,774.00

qualified worker (unit)

783,534

01015426

112,829,223.00

qualified worker (unit)

310,770

01015427

44,750,880.00

387

Strengthen the policy of granting insurance-unemployment

MTE

beneficial worker (unit)

10,471

00990217

12,017,245.00

beneficial worker (unit)

4,155,147

00990583

5,218,355,565.00

beneficial domestic worker (unit)

133,530

00990653

77,395,208.00

worker placed (unit)

821,790

00992550

92,487,990.00

driven worker (unit)

4,676,686

00992633

23,646,907.00

capacitated person (unit)

1,200

00995101

1,500,000.00

campaign carried out (unit)

4

00995415

2,000,000.00

399

Strengthen the acting of the Ministry of Labor and Employment Special Surveillance Special Group with a view to the eradication of forced labor.

MTE

surveillance carried out (unit)

28

01072629

1,000,000.00

402

Promote awareness campaigns on forced and degrading work and contemporary forms of slavery in the states where forced labor occurs and in the grooming poles of workers.

MTE

campaign carried out (unit)

1

01071911

600,000.00

Access to Earth

*

407

Promote the security of possession, understanding the urbanization of informally occupied areas and the regularization of popular lotments, as well as the review of the legal instruments that discipline the possession of possession of the land, such as the law regulating public records (Law 6.015/73) and the federal urban soil parcellar law (Law 6.766/79).

MDA, INCRA, Nacional Congress

beneficial family (unit)

37,000

01370427

92,500,000.00

beneficial family (unit)

37,000

01373668

37,000,000.00

serviced family (unit)

37,000

01375530

14,800,000.00

assisted family (unit)

37,000

01375533

6,069,000.00

serviced family (unit)

37,000

01375609

3,700,000.00

DECREE NO 4,229, DE May 13, 2002-4ª PART

409

Implement land regularization, resettlement and land reform, respecting the rights to adequate and affordable housing, demarcation of indigenous areas, and titration of land of remnants of kilombos.

MDA, INCRA, Bank of Earth

obtained area (HA)

858,525

01350061

247,500,000.00

beneficial family (unit)

37,000

01350062

144,300,000.00

assisted family (unit)

45,000

01352108

610,000.00

assisted family (unit)

62,500

01352109

1,033,000.00

titrated real estate (unit)

50,000

01352111

6,600,000.00

real estate identified (unit)

2,188

01352116

8,800,000.00

forensics performed (unit)

750

01352908

7,500,000.00

serviced family (unit)

37,000

01355527

14,800,000.00

serviced family (unit)

37,857

01355608

4,100,000.00

obtained area (HA)

1,337,432

01355611

362,720,000.00

410

Create and support integrated action policies and programs for the settlement of landless workers, with adequate infrastructure for agricultural production, agroindustry and encouragement to others economic activities compatible with the defense of the environment.

MDA, INCRA

supported project (drive)

10

01392038

800,000.00

study carried out (unit)

5

01392103

1,000,000.00

assisted settlement (unit)

404

01392104

4,814,000.00

capacited agent (unit)

400

01392373

200,000.00

implanted system (% of physical execution)

33

01397020

1,700,000.00

411

Promoting family farming and models of sustainable agriculture, in the perspective of the distribution of wealth and fighting hunger.

MDA, MAP

beneficial farmer (unit)

938,148

03510359

253,300,000.00

supported municipio (unit)

1,851

03511086

241,839,040.00

generated technology (drive)

8

03512174

11,296,500.00

project accompanied (unit)

1,547

03512607

7,781,000.00

capacited farmer (unit)

42,991

03513651

38,360,000.00

study carried out (unit)

8

03513654

500,000.00

assisted producer (unit)

132,600

03515695

2,260,000.00

assisted entity (unit)

526

03515696

9,674,000.00

412

Strengthen policies of encouraging family farming, in particular in land reform settlements, transforming them into local and sustainable food security provider base.

MDA

assisted settlement (unit)

404

01392104

4,814,000.00

416

Prioritize the funeral regularization of occupied areas by deploying a minimum standard of urbanization, equipment and public services in the housing ventures and in the regularization of areas occupied.

MDA, Bank of Earth

beneficial family (unit)

20,800

01360060

85,280,000.00

beneficial family (unit)

3,780

01361177

15,500,000.00

beneficial family (unit)

12,200

01361545

50,020,000.00

beneficial family (unit)

121,061

01363667

104,501,100.00

beneficial family (unit)

37,000

01365613

11,100,000.00

Right to Moradia's Warranty

*

417

Promote adequate housing, including aspects of habitability, salubrity, environmental conditions, space, privacy, security, durability, water supply, sanitary sewage, provision of solid waste and affordability in relation to employment and urban equipment, through the creation, maintenance and integration of programs and actions aimed at housing, sanitation and urban infrastructure.

PR, States, Municipalities

beneficial family (unit)

11,385

01213979

125,181,587.00

supported project (drive)

246

01215015

3,579,392.00

beneficial family (unit)

80,522

01283958

204,958,127.00

built-in housing unit (unit)

819

01283978

4,500,000.00

urbanized lot (unit)

15,500

01283999

14,436,600.00

supported project (drive)

6

01223980

3,450,778.00

beneficial family (unit)

126,040

01225876

72,411,430.00

Direct warranty to a Healthy Environment

*

437

Support programs aimed at extending access to and utilization of water resources as well as water treatment services.

MMA

lean d ` water outored (m3/h)

56,000

04952901

32,006,480.00

supported project (drive)

10

04952957

supported project (drive)

10

04953027

elaborate project (unit)

25

04953028

supported project (drive)

4

04953042

study carried out (unit)

7

04971107

28,206,124.00

implanted system (unit)

3

04971996

implemented system (% of physical execution)

20

04971999

elaborate report (unit)

4

04972396

elaborated thematic map (unit)

33

04972397

fiscalized basin (unit)

50

04972947

lean d ` water outored (m3/h)

642,627

04972977

elaborate plan (unit)

4

04973046

supported entity (unit)

5

04973871

recovered area (HA)

113,300

04975305

capacitated person (unit)

1,000

04977401

438

Support basic sanitation programs, targeting the quality of life of citizens and the reduction of environmental impacts, including health education program, with a focus on disease prevention and use rational of natural resources.

MS

beneficial family (unit)

342,162

01193859

307,871,000.00

beneficial family (unit)

210,621

01193860

227,468,000.00

beneficial family (unit)

712,875

01193861

427,725,000.00

beneficial family (unit)

44,440

01193984

8,000,000.00

417

*

441

Strengthen the public control of the waters and develop river revitalization programs, mangroves and beaches, implementing committees or boards of basins and sub-basins, with the participation of representatives of civil society.

MMA

437

*

Food Right Warranty

*

444

Support programs that aim for the stimulation of maternal allytation.

MS

337

*

447

Enlarge the food and nutritional surveillance system and promote educational actions aimed at the adoption of healthy eating habits.

MS, MAP

qualified establishment (unit)

100

03562120

2,600,000.00

inspected establishment (unit

6,000

03562131

1,792,000.00

laboratory maintained (unit)

5

03562132

6,860,000.00

laboratory maintained (unit)

6

03562136

3,665,000.00

inspected establishment (unit

4,170

03562145

3,212,000.00

typified product (unit)

64,728

03562146

670,000.00

standardized product (drive)

11

03562148

1,610,000.00

fiscalized establishment (unit)

9,000

03562150

2,656,000.00

generated technology (drive)

2

03562163

1,542,000.00

generated technology (drive)

23

03562164

8,456,000.00

issued certificate (unit)

165,200

03562487

1,200,000.00

rated product (ton)

7,000,000

03564239

2,869,000.00

448

Extend the food supply, quantitatively and qualitatively, with greater autonomy and strengthening of the local economy, associated with capacity-building programs, generation of productive occupations and increase in household income.

MAP, MS

449

*

449

Improving the access of urban and rural population to quality food, with widespread dissemination of information on food practices and healthy lifestyles.

MS

food grant granted (unit)

1,623,000

00080357

300,000,000.00

covered population (unit)

922,544

00080603

167,000,000.00

published study / research (unit)

20

00083890

3,100,000.00

event held (unit)

78

00083945

500,000.00

person benefited (unit)

6,000,000

00084294

2,000,000.00

450

Create and implement permanent food safety programs for the deprived, fiscalized and coordinated families by neighborhood associations in all states.

MAP

449

*

454

Fomenting research that promotes productivity gains in the various cultures, with seen to create regulatory stocks that ensure food to all citizens, particularly the poorest.

MAP

0361

11,392,000.00

0363

4,820,000.00

0367

3,302,000.00

0368

9,720,000.00

0369

6,157,000.00

0371

3,725,000.00

0372

14,774,750.00

457

Promoting family farming and a model of sustainable agriculture, in the perspective of the distribution of wealth and fighting hunger.

MAP, MDA

411

*

Right to Culture and Lazer Law

*

459

Ensure the expression of local and regional identities, considering the ethnic and cultural diversity of the country, through public policies of support and stimulation to its preservation.

MinC

supported project (drive)

76

01690497

10,130,569.00

supported project (drive)

32

01700499

13,113,893.00

implanted / modernized cultural space (unit)

38

01701611

3,044,638.00

distributed exemplar (unit)

78,000

01701633

1,066,772.00

study / research carried out (unit)

5

01701582

81,000.00

461

Ensure the protection, preservation, restoration, restoration and access to the seized goods, urban assemblies, cultural and natural monuments, buildings, archaeological sites, museums, libraries and archives across the country.

MinC

supported project (drive)

101

01672636

8,536,520.00

well preserved (unit)

140

01672636

12,858,342.00

capacited agent (unit)

120

01671502

120,000.00

distributed exemplar (unit)

16,500

01671527

330,000.00

well registered (unit)

4

01671532

250,000.00

well-tombated (unit)

54

01671538

220,000.00

prize granted (unit)

8

01671563

150,000.00

study / research carried out (unit)

3

01671583

300,000.00

well-inventoried (unit)

5,938

01671610

450,613.00

revitalized site (unit)

7

01671648

788,630.00

capacited server (drive)

150

01671759

160,000.00

modernized museum (unit)

10

01711612

1,693,810.00

event held (unit)

19

01671814

226,000.00

capacitated person (unit)

500

08135017

1,121,000.00

campaign carried out (unit)

1

08135021

2,227,200.00

preserved historical set (unit)

27

08135538

12,672,800.00

466

Support programs for revaluation and creation of culture houses, libraries and public archives.

MinC

implanted library (unit)

210

01681521

8,486,021.00

public serviced (unit)

530,000

01682650

3,470,000.00

467

Supporting the implementation of the ` Road Slave ` program, which provides for the recovery, compilation and processing of historical archives (primary sources) concerning the slave trade, and the treatment computerised of this material, with the constitution of a database on the subject.

MinC

202

*

Education, Awareness and Mobilization

*

468

Support extension of programs aimed at young people aged 15 a to 18 years, which enable access to educational supplementation, professional qualification, empowerment in human rights and participation community, the example of the Programs "Young Agent for Social and Human Development" and "Volunteer Civil Service".

MPAS, MTE, MJ

qualified person (unit)

187,938

01015422

29,600,000.00

managed civil service (unit)

19

01542447

2,000,000.00

474

Encourage the creation of direct access channels of the population to information and means of human rights protection such as special telephone lines.

MJ

56

*

475

Support training programs, education and human rights training for law practitioners, police officers, penitentiary agents and union, associative and community leaders.

MJ

capacitated person (unit)

12,750

01543811

2,550,000.00

477

Support the realization of forums, seminars and workshops in the area of human rights.

MJ

3

*

478

Supporting the structuring of the National Human Rights Network-http://www.rndh.gov.br, the creation of databases with information concerning entities, political representatives, companies, unions, churches, schools and associations committed to the protection and promotion of human rights, at the national level, and the dissemination of information on human rights through the internet.

MJ

structured network (% of physical execution)

25

01551767

850,000.00

482

Promote programs for training and qualification of community and human rights law enforcement officers, as well as qualification programs of the members of municipal, state and federal councils of human rights.

MJ

475

*

Insertion into International Protection Systems

*

Implementation and Monitoring

*

512

Attributing to the Secretary of State for Human Rights-SEDH the responsibility for coordinating the implementation, monitoring and updating of the National Human Rights Program.

MJ

implanted system (% of physical execution)

13

01551796

247,000.00