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Tips for Women Students in Brazil

Posted on October 14, 2020


According to the Nation Census of Brazil, there are about 7 million more women than men (51%) making Brazilian women the numerical majority. However, Brazil is still considered a patriarchal & “machista” society, because women lack access to power and status or political, social, and economic means. Despite this numerical advantage, women continue to face gender barriers as well as break through glass ceilings.

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