Registration for the eighth edition of the free extension course on Indigenous Stories and Cultures is open until next Thursday (24), organized by the Missionary Indigenous Council (Cimi) and the University of Latin American Integration (Unila). All activities will be carried out remotely.
This is the eighth edition of the course. According to the organizers, the target audience is composed of social movements and pastorals, students, teachers, educators, indigenous leaders and legal operators. 60 places will be offered.
The course activities are expected to start on the 16th of October and run until the 23rd of November, always from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm, from Monday to Friday, for a total of 150 hours of activities. In addition, at the end of the course, students must prepare an article or project under the guidance of course professors.
Applications must be made using this form. In addition to sending the completed document by the next September 24th, candidates must also submit a text between 1800 and 2000 characters with the theme “Current context of indigenist policy in Brazil”.
Among the selection criteria are: the candidate’s link with social movements or pastorals; school education; acting in the area of indigenism or law. However, no prior academic degree is required to enroll.
The disclosure of the first call with those selected takes place on September 26th. Two more calls are planned, on October 1st and 11th, to fill the remaining vacancies.
The selection notice, with the details of the course, is available here. For more information, interested parties should contact us by e-mail: cu(email protected) and (email protected).
Editing: Thalita Pires