The SETA Project: Transformative Anti Racist Education Systems in Brazil

Racial Equity 2030
Awardee
ActionAid

ActionAid, the Brazilian National Campaign on the Right to Education, CONAQ, UneAFRO Brasil, Geledés, Makira-E'ta, and Ação Educativa will work together to transform the Brazilian school network into the world’s first anti-racist education system harnessing youth, education and Black movements and triggering a national healing process.

Last Updated: December 2022
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Executive Summary

In Brazil, where most of the population identifies as Black or mixed race, systemic racism persists. A coalition of organizations believe that while schools perpetuate the problem, they can also spearhead its eradication. ActionAid, the Brazilian National Campaign on the Right to Education, CONAQ, UneAFRO Brasil, Geledés, Makira-E'ta, and Ação Educativa will work together to transform the Brazilian public school network into the world’s first anti-racist education system, harnessing youth, education and Black movements, and sparking a national healing process. Internationally, ActionAid and the University of Bristol’s Centre for Comparative and International Research in Education will mobilze a global network and promote racial equity as a priority in global education.

Organization Details
Lead Organization

ActionAid

Organization Headquarters
Gauteng, South Africa
Organization ID
9273441171
Number of Full-time Employees
101 to 300
Annual Operating Budget
$50.1 to 100 Million
Type
Non-profit

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