The Center for Articulation of Marginalized Populations is a non-profit organization active in the fight against religious intolerance and racism.
CEAP's history over its almost 30 years of existence is marked by work on the issues of defense and promotion of human rights, education, continuing teacher training and the labor market, as well as overcoming racism and religious intolerance.
These actions take place through the institution's programs and projects. In this context of action, CEAP's actions contribute significantly to the strengthening of the right to citizenship, as well as contributing to the consolidation of democracy in Brazil. CEAP was founded in Rio de Janeiro in 1989 by former FUNABEM interns, members of the black community and the Women's Movement.
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