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IBGE 90 Dialogues Meeting

Meeting of IBGE servants is concluded with establishment of 12 guidelines for the Institute’s 90th anniversary

Section: IBGE

November 17, 2023 08h44 PM | Last Updated: November 22, 2023 01h51 PM

In the IBGE 90 Dialogues Meeting, held at the Parada de Lucas Branch on November 16 and 17, 12 guidelines were chosen to be adopted by the Institute in the next three years - Photo: Licia Rubinstein\IBGE News Agency

The IBGE concluded, in the afternoon of Friday, 17, the “1st IBGE 90 Dialogues Meeting”, which established 12 guidelines to be adopted by the Institute for the next three years, up to its 90th anniversary, in 2026. The two-day event was held at the Parada de Lucas Branch, in the north zone of Rio de Janeiro. The resulting document, with the 12 main guidelines, was presented to the audience and handed in to the president of the Institute Marcio Pochmann, to Marcelo Moreira, Chief of Office of the Institutional Affairs Secretariat for the Ministry of Budget and Planning, who attended the event on behalf of the minister of Budget and Planning, Simone Tebet. “I had never taken part in such a joint effort. I am happy to see and take part in this iniative. And I could get to know the IBGE better. I will inform the minister of all that has been produced here and report the summaries provided by each group and reinforce the importance of the work done by each one of you,” said Mr. Moreira in the closing ceremony.
The minister sent a video message to all the attendees: “When we speak about Brazil, its public policies, investments, when we need to be certain of what must be done and how to do it, we remember the IBGE. It is the place of credibility. And that is due to the work of each demographer, researcher, civil servant hired on a permanent or temporary basis. And this meeting makes me happy. That way we will make fewer mistakes,” she stated.

For two days, in Parada de Lucas (RJ), IBGE servants, including retired ones, set priorities for the Institute up to 2026 - Photo: Licia Rubinstein/IBGE News Agency
For two days, in Parada de Lucas (RJ), IBGE servants, including retired ones, set priorities for the Institute up to 2026 - Photo: Licia Rubinstein/IBGE News Agency
For two days, in Parada de Lucas (RJ), IBGE servants, including retired ones, set priorities for the Institute up to 2026 - Photo: Licia Rubinstein/IBGE News Agency
For two days, in Parada de Lucas (RJ), IBGE servants, including retired ones, set priorities for the Institute up to 2026 - Photo: Licia Rubinstein/IBGE News Agency
For two days, in Parada de Lucas (RJ), IBGE servants, including retired ones, set priorities for the Institute up to 2026 - Photo: Licia Rubinstein/IBGE News Agency
For two days, in Parada de Lucas (RJ), IBGE servants, including retired ones, set priorities for the Institute up to 2026 - Photo: Licia Rubinstein/IBGE News Agency
For two days, in Parada de Lucas (RJ), IBGE servants, including retired ones, set priorities for the Institute up to 2026 - Photo: Licia Rubinstein/IBGE News Agency

At the end of the day, there was a show with singer Taís Feijão and with Josué Krug, a musician who is also an IBGE servant. “What we have witnessed here was a lesson in effort, competence and maturity of those taking part in this project for the establishment of a path for the IBGE. That is a commitment of the board of directors, and that you need to demand be followed. Moreover, you are invited to Join us in this implementation,” concluded President Marcio Pochmann.

In almost 20 hours on two days, the Meeting gathered more than 500 participants including active employees, retired servants and collaborators, besides authorities and international diplomatic representatives.

The 12 groups formed in September for the project “IBGE 90 Dialogues" presented their experiences for the formulation of guidelines, reported the activities developed in the last few months and discussed challenges for the next three years. Since the beginning of the project, there have been more than 10 thousand contributions and hundreds of proposals, with more than 50 face-to-face and online meetings. The text with the final 12 guidelines has more than 2 thousand pages and presents each one in detail, and it will also be sent to the president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.



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