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And the labour infantile and work adolescent and NGO in the action and the NGO in the beginning and the century XXI

by Paiva Colares, Marcos Antonio

Abstract (Summary)
The present study dedicates to discuss the function of NGO in concerning to information of adolescent to the work and/or the introduction of those people at the productive market. It is important, in that trade, to debate the concepts of labour, work and human action, in perspective adopted by Hannah Arendt and of intellectually and organicity, under the optic by Antonio Gramsci. It is said that the Brazilian legislation, mainly concern to the childhood and adolescence rights, it searches to do the distinction between possible work and necessity work, in concern social-economic class perspectives. The historic legacy in concerning to the adolescents, national and international it is confronted with affect examples tocomum sense to the juridic norm and to the politic´s perspectives, adopted for the public power for manager and for civil society entity. Through the case of study withwhat it was called Reference to Entity (IDER and ELO AMIGO); analyze of printed and virtual documents (produced by NGO, another researches, class entities, international institution of Cooperation and United Nation, organ of Public power; analyze of detail of recently Brazilian census (IBGE) it is done the diagnosis of necessity and viability of work fulfilled by NGO about famine to admission ofadolescents to the work of market; at immediate effects and interference to admission of world work at citizenship exercise for these people in development.
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Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Francisco Horacio da Silva Frota; Jacques Therrien; André Haguette; Maria Lúcia Pinto Leal; Idevaldo da Silva Bodião

School:Universidade Federal do Ceará

School Location:Brazil

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:education work and labour world of market

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Date of Publication:07/28/2006

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