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Conferências de Políticas Públicas e Inclusão Participativa


  • Eleonora Schettini M. Cunha


O texto apresenta um estudo exploratório que visa verificar o potencial das conferências de políticas públicas para a inclusão de segmentos populacionais que têm sido tradicionalmente excluídos de processos de participação política, como as mulheres, os negros, os analfabetos, os de baixa escolaridade e com menor renda. O estudo indica que a escala é relevante para alguns fatores, bem como o tipo de política pública. Também aponta para o necessário aprofundamento e ampliação de estudos desse tipo, para que se possam produzir informações mais consistentes e generalizáveis. Palavras-chave: Conferências de políticas públicas, participação, desigualdade. The paper presents an exploratory study aims to verify the potential of public policy conferences for the inclusion of population segments that have been traditionally excluded from political participation processes, such as women, blacks, illiterates, low schooling and less income. The study indicates that the scale is relevant to some factors, as well as the type of public policy. It also points to the necessary consolidation and expansion of such studies, so they can produce more consistent and generalizable information. Keywords: Public policy conferences, participation, inequality.

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  • Eleonora Schettini M. Cunha, 2012. "Conferências de Políticas Públicas e Inclusão Participativa," Discussion Papers 1733, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1733

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