Social movements and community leaders meet from February 22nd to 24th in Salvador (BA) to discuss strategies to try to elect a greater number of women, black people, LGBTQIAPN+ and indigenous people in October’s municipal elections.
+Representatividade aims to analyze strategies, build alliances and disseminate new research, tools and electoral trends that can support the actions of these groups in elections.
Director of Articulation and Partnerships at Instituto Update, one of the organizers of the meeting, Ingrid Farias states that the initiatives may or may not be linked to a political party, but emphasizes that they all have a political commitment to defending democracy, social and climate justice and race and gender perspectives.
In addition to the Update Institute, they organize the meeting Anmiga (National Articulation of Indigenous Women Warriors of Ancestry), Articulation of Black Brazilian Women, Casa das Mulheres do Nordeste, Comunema (Collective of Black Women Maria-Maria), Eu Voto em Negra, Imena ( Institute of Black Women of Amapá), Odara (Institute of Black Women) and Network of Black Women of Pernambuco.
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