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Many Brazilian Youngsters Refuse the Label of Politically Inactive

In Brazil, the younger generations are often criticized for keeping a distance from politics. ...

Brazil to Become in 10 Years a Big Trendsetter in Latin America

By 2020 Brazil should be even a greater dictator of consumer tastes in Latin ...

For Economist Brazil Is Controlling Inflation But Not Fostering Growth

Brazilian economist Paulo Rabello de Castro believes that Brazil is living a less 'anxious' ...

Brazil’s First Job Program Includes Youths from Quilombos

For the first time youths who reside in Quilombos will be included in the ...

In Brazil, Violence Is Resposible for 68% of Deaths of Male Youths

Although the number of men in Brazil who died violent deaths between 2002 and ...

In Brazil the Price of Eternal Youth Often Is Unbearable Boredom

“The Brazil of 1920 was a landscape of old men,” wrote Nelson Rodrigues in ...

Brazilian Youth Want Jobs and End to Violence

Around 30% of the Brazilian population is composed of youth between the ages of ...

Unemployment and Violence Two Main Worries of Brazil’s Youth

Young people in Brazil, between the ages of 15 and 24, are mainly worried ...

In Brazil, Getting a Job Can Be Three Times Harder When You Are Poor

Brazilian youngsters between the ages of 16 and 24 from low-income families have a ...

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