Caminhos de Nzazi: a formulação do Plano Nacional de Desenvolvimento Sustentável dos Povos e Comunidades Tradicionais de Matriz Africana
Silva, Leonardo Elias Luz da
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This research deals with the I National Plan for the Sustainable Development of the African Peoples and Traditional Communities. Created in 2013, the Plan had as its goal the preservation of the African tradition in Brazil through a set of public policies that orbited three major axes: the guarantee of rights, the protection of cultural heritage and the confrontation of extreme poverty. Through the latest theoretical tools in the field of public policy analysis, such as John Kingdon's (2014) multi-flow model and Paul Sabatier's (2007) notion of defense coalitions, I seek to understand which factors have enabled traditional people and communities of African matrix, a historically stigmatized group with low political power, to conquer a Plan with such amplitude. As a result, the research demonstrated that the emergence of the Plan was the result of a long process of discursive construction led by the Black Movement that found its climax in the Lula governments. Through the instances of debate and deliberation created during the administrations of the Partido dos Trabalhadores, actors linked to the Black Movement were able to bring to the government spheres new ways of understanding the religions of African matrix and their demands, and these, in turn, were consolidated in the Plan.
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