Folha launches blog on public policies and social justice – 03/17/2023 – Politics
A Sheet This Friday (17th) the blog Policies and Justice, written by academics, managers and researchers and edited by columnist Michael França, debuts.
França holds a PhD in economic theory from the University of São Paulo. He was a visiting researcher at Columbia University and Stanford University and is now a researcher at Insper (Institute of Teaching and Research).
“The focus will be on public policies and social justice. It will be a place reserved for different voices in society to contribute to (re)think Brazil”, says França.
“The idea is to do a mix between interesting academic work, with opinion makers, public managers. Working with people who are inside and outside the government, of different ideologies. Trying to generate a constructive debate”, he says.
The space also intends to increase the visibility of the work of researchers from different areas of knowledge, with emphasis on those who focus on social issues.
The blog will be anchored in Vida Pública, editorial nucleus of the Sheet in partnership with República.org, an institute dedicated to improving people management in the Brazilian public service.
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