Panel Discussion with Jurema Werneck, Maurício Terena and Semayat Oliveira is the highlight of the 7th Ideas Fair

Next Saturday at 4pm, Conectas and Sesc 24 de Maio are holding a free event, bringing together different figures to reflect on human rights, black and indigenous activism

On 2 and 3 December, the 7th Ideas Fair, hosted in a partnership between Conectas and Sesc 24 de Maio will be held in the city of São Paulo. This initiative is in commemoration of International Human Rights Day, on 10 December.

One of the highlights of the programme of the fair is the discussion circle “Anti-racism alliances: black and indigenous people in conversation”. Participating in the event, scheduled for Saturday (02) at 4pm, will be Jurema Werneck, executive director of Amnesty International Brasil and Maurício Terena, legal coordinator of APIB (Articulation of the Indigenous People of Brazil). Semayat Oliveira, a journalist on the podcast “Mano a Mano” and “Nós, Mulheres da Periferia” will be mediating.

In addition to the panel discussion, the 7th Ideas Fair will also feature 20 projects focusing on themes such as gender equity, LGBTQIA+ rights, menstrual poverty and anti-racism. The aim is to bring together activists, collectives, researchers and journalists to share experiences and methodologies that contribute to the realisation of human rights. 

Check out the full programme here. 


  • Event: Ideas Fair – Projects to Change the World in Commemoration of International Human Rights Day
  • Date and Time: 2 and 3 December 2023, from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm on Saturday and from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm on Sunday.
  • Venue: Sesc 24 de Maio, Rua 24 de Maio, 109 – República, São Paulo

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