A Report on Diversity and Equality in Brazil


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A Report on Diversity and Equality in Brazil
Brazil is a nation with a rich history of cultural and ethnic diversity. But like all other nations in the world, Brazilians have struggled in many ways to enable social, political, and economic equality across diversity lines in their country. Accordingly, the following report discusses the subject of diversity in Brazil by examining a number of related topics.
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Topics discussed in the current report include the following: 1) a working definition and understanding of diversity, 2) the diversity and equality discussion in Brazil and why it is important, 3) laws, policies, and customs that have been created to make diversity/equality happen in Brazil, 4) how the concept of diversity...
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