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IBGE 90 Dialogues Meeting

In Brasília, IBGE expands Institutional Dialogues aiming at strengthening careers, communication and partnerships

Section: IBGE | Da Redação

March 08, 2024 04h45 PM | Last Updated: March 11, 2024 01h50 AM

Marcio Pochmann, president of the IBGE, and minister Sonia Guajajara discuss land mapping of Indigenous areas – Photos: IBGE Archive

The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) carried out new rounds of Institutional Dialogues meetings in Brasília, last Wednesday (6) and Thursday (7), with the objective of strengthening and expanding partnerships with the executive power, public companies and the armed forces, thus reinforcing the commitment made in the guidelines established with the IBGE 90 Dialogues Project.

The IBGE, represented by its president, Marcio Pochmann, abd by special advisor for the presidency, Denis Maracci, met, in the capital of Brazil, with the ministers of Planning and Budget, of Racial Equality and Indigenous Peoples, the Air Force commander, the presidents of IBAMA (Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resource) and EBC (Brazil Communication Company), and with the National Treasury Secretariat, besides participating in a meeting with Sebrae (Brazilian Micro and Small Business Support Service).

At the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples, there were discussions with minister Sonia Guajajara about the development of a survey for the systematization of land mapping of Indigenous areas in Brazil, which is essential for the promotion of social rights of Indigenous peoples. “This proximity is important for we are a new ministry and need the experience and expertise of the IBGE to help us generate updated official data about the mapping conditions of Indigenous persons, so this partnership is fundamental for us to reach that objective,” said the minister of Indigenous Persons.

With Aniele Franco, minister of Racial Equality, the IBGE discussed perspectives for a technical cooperation that allows the exploration of data on color or race in the 2022 Census and of the Census of Quilombolas to better help policies aimed at the black population from different areas and age groups in Brazil. “The IBGE has been a great partner since last year. Every time we collect data and access information, we get to change lives. Having the honor of helping in the access to information to increase the effectiveness of public policies is essential to me. It is good to know we are strengthening ties with the IBGE and moving towards a better country,” the minister stated.

In the meeting with the minister of Planning and Budget, Simone Tebet, the continuity of the dialogue aimed at the maintenance of perspectives in modernization and valorization of the staff, compensation, and careers of workers, in response to the demands and presented by unios representing the Institute (ASSIBGE). Similarly, in the meeting with the National Treasury Secretariat, Rogério Ceron, were approached the importance of the IBGE work plan, as well as the budget and financial conditions that are essential for its completion.

Marcio Pochmann, president of the IBGE, and minister Sonia Guajajara discuss land mapping of Indigenous areas – Photos: IBGE Archive
Marcio Pochmann and minister Aniele Franco: perspectives for technical cooperation – Photos: IBGE Archive
In Brasília, president Marcio Pochmann met with minister Simone Tebet – Photo: MPO
Budget conditions needed for the completion of the IBGE workplan were discussed in the meeting with Rogério Ceron, National Treasury Secretariat – Photo: IBGE Archive
IBGE and the Air Force discuss the sharing of cartographic, aerospace and georeferencing information – Photo: IBGE Archive
Teams from the IBGE and from Brazil Communication Company (EBC) speak about a technical cooperation agreement in communication – Photo: IBGE Archive
Environmental issues and sustainability were the focus of the first contact between the IBGE and IBAMA – Photo: Acervo IBGE

The initial talk with the Air Force Commander, Marcelo Kanitz Damasceno, focused on the sharing of cartographic, Aerospace and georeferencing information. “Some topics are of interest of both the IBGE and the Air Force, such as the optical satellites, communication and synthetic aperture, which somehow can create a new panorama of our country, and there may be issues in common with the work of the Census and things we can build together. I understand having more knowledge about our structure may be of interest for the interchange between the IBGE and the Air Force.”

The meeting with the president of the Brazil Communication Company (EBC) Jean Lima, and his staff was aimed at putting into effect the technical cooperation agreement, as listed in the IBGE Work Plan for 2024, and partnerships with the objective of expanding the dissemination and reach of IBGE products and services.

“The indicators and survey produced by the IBGE are very important for the formulation of public policies. I believe it will be positive for the IBGE to have EBC’s communication vehicles disseminating information about its work. For EBC this partnership is fundamental to translate to the population information about socioeconomic data, explain indicators, what inflation is, what unemployment indicators mean. This partnership disseminates information, and that is our role as a public means of communication, of sharing knowledge, information and citizenship with the population,” Mr. Lima.

Environmental issues and sustainability were the focus of the first contact between the IBGE and the president of the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA), Rodrigo Agostinho, for the development of projects and integration of data on converging themes, such as remote sensing of degraded areas, vegetation map, map of Brazilian biomes, and partnerships with the objective of creating maps of threatened species, among other possibilities.

Mr. Pochmann also participated in the 1st Meeting of Directors in the Sebrae System, an institution that resumes its technical cooperation with the IBGE, mainly in terms of the conduction of the national survey Urban Informal Economy (Ecinf).

“The interaction between the IBGE and the executive power, the armed forces and environmental and communication agencies continues in the year 2024. As a result, the convergence of objectives directed to the strengthening and modernization of the IBGE gains even more relevance, and reinforces the foundations that allow the Institute to fulfill its mission of portraying Brazil with necessary information for the knowledge of reality and the exercise of citizenship,” concluded the president of the IBGE, Marcio Pochmann.

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