Viva Rio versão inglês
World leaders claim that governments decriminalize and legalize drug use
The project aims at socially reintegrating adolescents with a recent story of drug abuse, particularly crack
Viva Rio is receiving firearms and ammunition at its headquarters, in Rio de Janeiro. The collection point is open from Monday to Friday
The document stems from the request made to the OAS by 34 chiefs of state and governments, including the United States
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Recruitment and SelectionResults of selective processes - health.
Acquisition of Products and ServicesPurchase of materials and services
A lot has been going on so that people with disabilities are no longer recognized by derogatory names and have their civil rights respected. The International Day of Persons with Disabilities (PWD), created in 1992 by the United Nations was an important step in this path. However, there is a still a lot to be done in Brazil, especially in relation to urban facilities.
The Public Security Secretary of the State of Rio de Janeiro, José Mariano Beltrame, defended the Disarmament Statute in this video, posted on December 2. According to him, the Statute is a “very important tool and cannot be changed.
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