• Realizado de 11 a 22 de junho de 2012
  • Place: Rio de Janeiro - Copacabana Fort
Production
Link para o site da Fiesp
Link para o site da Firjan
Link para o site da SESI SENAI/SP
Link para o site da SESI SENAI
Link para o site da Fundação Roberto Marino
Sponsors
Link para o site da Prefeitura do RJ
Link para o site do SEBRAE-RJ
Link para o site da Caixa
Link para o site do Governo Federal
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//Producers and Sponsors

Know the companies and sponsors that came together to realize the project Humanidade 2012.

Producers

fiesp

FIESP

The Federation of Industries of São Paulo (FIESP) represents 131 trade unions and approximately 150,000 industries of all sizes and from a wide range of production chains. The Federation has nine Thematic Boards, coordinated by the Roberto Simonsen Institute (IRS). In order to ensure the harmonious growth of different industrial sectors, the entity has Committees for the sectors of Food, Agribusiness, Construction, Mining, Leather and Footwear, Textiles and Clothing and the Defense Industry, with a focus on finding solutions for sustainable development within the world. FIESP also has Committees for Young Entrepreneurs and Social Responsibility. Find out more about FIESP at: http://www.fiesp.com.br

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FIRJAN

The FIRJAN System is the oldest business organization in Brazil, founded in 1827, comprised of more than 100 trade unions from across the state of Rio de Janeiro and approximately 10,000 members. Its mission is to promote business competitiveness, education and quality of life for workers and society, contributing to the sustainable development of Rio de Janeiro. For FIRJAN, Humanidade 2012 represents an opportunity to raise public awareness on the issues that will be broached in Rio+20, as well as promote productive discussions on sustainable development within all the production chains. Find out more about FIRJAN: http://www.firjan.org.br

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Fundação Roberto Marinho

Founded in 1977, the Roberto Marinho Foundation is active throughout the country, promoting Brazil’s culture and national identity. It has already provided elementary education for than six million Brazilians, through its Telecurso program. In regards to vocational education, it has put together Telecurso Tec, among others, and recently launched the Qualifica training program. Its experience in communication and education led to the creation of the Futura Channel, a participatory, educational and inclusive TV medium, which is based on partnerships that mobilize networks in society throughout all the states of Brazil. A pioneer in the environmental realm, the institution has continued to air Globo Ecology for 21 years, the first program of its kind in the country.

It will be launching Florestabilidade, which aims to encourage careers in forestry management. The Foundation has conducted campaigns to preserve the national memory and culture, and set up the Portuguese Language Museum and Football Museum, in São Paulo. It is currently working on three museums in Rio de Janeiro – the Image and Sound Museum, the Museum of Tomorrow and the Rio Art Museum – which will combine education, sustainability, concern for the environment, technology, means of communication and culture – concepts that sum up the institution’s 30-year trajectory. Find out more at: http://www.frm.org.br

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SESI do Rio

SESI-Rio develops activities in the areas of health, basic education, sports, leisure and culture, aimed at companies, workers and society in general. It has 28 units throughout the state of Rio de Janeiro. It works mainly in the segments of elementary education (100,000 enrollments per year), occupational health care (400,000 medical and dental appointments per year) and programs to promote citizenship. The biggest of these is SESI Citizenship, which has been operating in the pacified communities of Rio de Janeiro since 2010, providing free services to residents, according to the needs of each community.

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SENAI do Rio

SENAI-Rio promotes the training and specialization of professionals and future professionals, through apprenticeship courses up to graduate studies, and provides solutions for companies by means of technical counseling and technology programs. It has 31 units and four Technology Centers throughout the state of Rio de Janeiro, with 120,000 enrollments per year, and has served more than 3,400 companies over the past five years.

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SENAI-SP

The National Industrial Apprenticeship Service (SENAI-SP) is a private institution, maintained by contributions from industry, created on August 28, 1942, by industrialists from São Paulo under the government of President Getúlio Vargas. Since then, it has operated as a professional training entity, responsible for providing skills to more than 25 million people. It currently has close to one million enrollments per year.

Throughout its work, SENAI-SP has become a disseminator of new technologies for 30 industrial sectors which benefit from its technical and technological services, such as consultancies in order to improve production and competitiveness. At present, the organization maintains 165 service units, offering courses and solutions tailored to meet the state’s production demands and vocations. For more information, visit: www.sp.senai.br

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SESI-SP

A precursor of initiatives in corporate social responsibility, Social Services for Industry (SESI), of São Paulo, launched its activities on June 25, 1946. Maintained and administered by the industries of São Paulo, its mission is to promote social welfare, with a focus on improving the quality of life of workers in these industries and their dependents.

Its activities center on providing services in the areas of education, health, sports and leisure, culture, nutrition and the promotion of citizenship. The organization also encourages responsible management in industry. It is active in the state through 215 schools, 54 activity centers and 22 theaters. Find out more at: www.sesisp.org.br

Sponsors

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City Hall of Rio de Janeiro

The City Hall of Rio de Janeiro is proud to sponsor Humanidade  2012 – yet another exciting event in the city’s growing sustainability calendar.

Within the program of this event, the City Hall of Rio de Janeiro is organizing the “Rio+20 Mayors’ Summit” where prominent mayors from around the world, together with organizations such as the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group, UCLG, UN-Habitat and Metropolis, will be discussing and presenting their policies for sustainable development. This event will consist of roundtables with mayors, technical meetings and presentations of good practices for urban development, paths to a green economy, eradication of poverty, climate change mitigation and adaptation strategies.

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SEBRAE

Micro and small companies account for 99% of the country’s formal establishments and are an important factor of social-economic development. Sebrae believes that empowering those companies means investing in the creation of a fairer, more egalitarian society. To do that, the agency sets up partnerships with the public and private sectors to hold programs that provide training and encourage association-based work, territorial development, and access to markets. Sebrae works toward fewer taxes and less bureaucracy to make it easier to open up markets and expand micro and small companies’ access to credit, technology, and innovation. Therefore, taking part in Humanidade 2012 reinforces the entity’s mission of fostering change in the business environment in which Rio de Janeiro micro and small companies operate. Learn more about Sebrae: www.sebrae.com.br

caixa

(Português) CAIXA

CAIXA is an institution presented in the lives of millions of Brazilians with more than 2,200 branches across the country, to sponsor the Humanidade 2012 puts into practice its values ​​of economic, financial and socio-environmental; and valuing human life.