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Teacher teaches Portuguese for free to immigrant job seekers in Brazil

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Teacher teaches Portuguese for free to immigrant job seekers in Brazil

Everyone can help with their enzymes! And that’s what a Santa Catarina teacher does. Anelede Foizer teaches Portuguese to Haitians and Venezuelans looking for work in Brazil.

And he does it for free, out of love for his neighbor, for almost seven years in Brusque, in the interior of the state. Over 300 students have already taken the Anelede course.

And soon the result of the work appeared. Several immigrants learned to speak our language and got jobs in the city, which is considered an industrial center with many opportunities.

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The idea of ​​helping immigrants came from the teacher’s sister, Marilanda Foyser. She is a businesswoman and has started taking in several immigrants in search of work. She needed employees, but, unfortunately, people did not understand what she was talking about.

The businesswoman then suggested to Aneleda that she start a project to teach these people the language so that they can communicate more easily. “At first I thought, ‘Oh my God, that’s a lot,’” Mariland said.

So the teacher began to teach our language to immigrants. Classes are now 20 and meet every Thursday night at Araujo Brusque School in the San Luis area.

started without support

At first, Anelede had no support, but thanks to her great willpower, the project worked for several months.

“There was no table, no chair, no picture, no material to work with. I followed him and got 20 tables, 20 chairs, pencils, an eraser, notebooks, books, everything I needed,” the teacher recalls.

She sought donations from the municipality’s schools, including those that were being renovated and no longer used the items.

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In addition to Portuguese, the teacher also lectures with selected guests and on topics that can contribute to the life of students in Brazil. Subjects include reading, poetry, food, geography, history, traffic safety and the laws of Brazil.

Certificate

Upon completion of the classes, students receive a certificate confirming that they can communicate in Portuguese.

According to the teacher, the document is important so that the immigrant can prove to the company that he studied the language, or even to obtain a passport.

“This year, Araújo Brusque will provide students with a test frequency and score certification. At the end of the year, they are required to have at least 75% of attendance in order to receive a diploma, ”explains the person in charge of the project.

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Student who tagged the project

Anelede fondly remembers a particular student who celebrated the project. Haitian Hendy Bernard entered the course and made it clear to the professor that he wanted to go to university. With this in mind, the teacher strengthened the student’s learning.

His dedication was remarkable. In addition to the fact that he never missed classes, the immigrant was always ready to learn.

He joked that he couldn’t even have an accent, because I demanded a lot from him. He had a goal to go to university, and I did what he asked me to do.”

The student participated in the project from 2015 to 2016. It took him 1 year and 2 months to learn Portuguese.

In 2017, he entered the university, where he studied production technology.

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Over time, Anelede lost contact with the former student, but the last time she heard from him, she was informed that he had graduated and was starting a family.

“It struck me because he wanted to go to university. I answered his request, and he received it,” he said with satisfaction.

Help outside of class

In addition to classes, the teacher also helps the students at different times. Since they are immigrants, and many of them are refugees, there are problems with passports.

She also began to help students deal with the situation. In addition to helping with referrals to keep documentation up to date, enrolling children in schools and kindergartens, accessing medical care, the teacher turns to lawyers for help, which is necessary in some cases.

“We welcome the project. With the help of Professor Tatiana Amorim, who already helped me in 2018, I can make these other calls, for example, call the consulate, the Federal Police, to understand the situation of each of them,” he concluded.

Students have classes once a week – Photo: personal archive

Students receive donations of materials to participate in classes - Photo: Personal archive

Students receive a gift of materials for participation in classes – Photo: Personal archive

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5-star hotels lead the way in the restoration of Portuguese tourist sites

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5-star hotels lead the way in the restoration of Portuguese tourist sites

In October, the number of overnight stays in 5-star hotels increased by 15.9% compared to the same month in 2019, which, according to additional information, namely from the DMC (Tourist Inception Agency), is associated with a strong increase in tourism from the United States. states.

Information published today by INE indicates that in October, compared to the same month before the pandemic, the number of overnight stays in tourist establishments in Portugal increased by 6.2%, with the strongest increase in hotels, at 8.2%. in which, therefore, 62.1% is concentrated. overnight stays.

The information shows that 4-star hotels, where the largest number of beds are concentrated, had 48.9% of overnight stays in October, totaling 2.05 million, which is +7.6% or more than 144.7 thousand than in October 2019.

This was followed by 3-star hotels with 927.3k, but this increase was about half of 5-star hotels, by 7.6% or 65.5k, to 927.3k, and then 5-star hotels with 857. 4 thousand overnight stays, an increase of 15.9%. or 117.6 thousand compared to the same pre-pandemic month.

In contrast to the evolution in these categories, there were 2- and 1-star hotels, in which the number of overnight stays decreased by 2.7%, or ten thousand, to 360.8 thousand.

The cheapest apart-hotels (three and two stars) also saw a decrease in overnight stays, from -20.9% or less than 24.4 thousand, in hotels and farms in Madeira, from -0.4% or less, to about 300, and in tourist settlements, from -7.7. % or less than 17.5 thousand.

At the same time, the number of apart-hotels increased by 1.2%, or 8.5 thousand, to 717.5 million, due to the increase in 5-star hotels by 6.7%, or 6.6 thousand, to 104.9 thousand, and 4-star, by 5.4 thousand% or 26.4 thousand to 519.9 thousand.

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Overnight stays in tourist apartments also increased by 3.2%, or 13.6 thousand, to 437.8 million, local accommodation, by 0.6%, or 5.5 thousand, to 901.2 thousand, and , primarily tourism in rural areas and housing, with an increase of 45.2% or 67.3 thousand to 216.5 thousand people.

The INE data also shows that Portuguese tourist sites were the best in October in terms of overnight stays this year, with peaks achieved by 5-, 4- and 3-star hotels, 5- and 4-star apartment hotels, accommodation . and rural tourism and housing development.

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The Portuguese hospitality industry experienced the best October in terms of number of guests and overnight stays.

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Government approves strategy to combat “Portuguese underrepresentation” in Brussels

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Government approves strategy to combat "Portuguese underrepresentation" in Brussels

This afternoon the Council of Ministers will approve a national strategy to combat what it considers “underrepresentation de Portugal” in European institutions, in particular the European Commission.

“There is a significant shortage of Portuguese, especially those working for the Commission,” explains the Secretary of State for European Affairs in statements to Renaissance🇧🇷 The problem, according to Thiago Antunes, is not limited to middle management: “This is the first time Portugal does not have a CEO in the European Commission”.

The government wants to “correct this imbalance and fight this deficit in order to win.”ability to influence in decisions.” But it is not possible to increase the number of vacancies for the Portuguese, if only because there are no national quotas for employees working in institutions.

To go to Brussels or even work in Portugal on a full-time basis, you need to pass a series of tests prepared by EPSO (European Personnel Selection Office). 🇧🇷These are very difficult competitions.with very concrete evidence,” the official explains.

The strategy will be based on several pillars: training, increasing grants and encouraging the mobility of civil servants. The Portuguese government is going to create a national training center to “better prepare our candidates for competitions”; to bet on “dissemination of opportunities; increase the balls (by quantity and value); and create a statute that allows those who work in the public administration of Portugal to move into the European public administration.

The aim is to achieve “greater representation” in the European Commission in order to have “greater influence” on the decision. Although the strategy is to strengthen the Portuguese presence in Brussels and the employees do not work for Portugal.it doesn’t matter that they are portuguese“, he defends.

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Fruits may not appear early or may not even be measurable. “It will take some time until we see results,” admits the former secretary of state to the prime minister. But the wait does not stop the Portuguese government. “We have to start right now,” Thiago Antunes insists, pointing to the demographic problem among those working in Brussels. “There are a lot of Portuguese who came in at the time of our accession and are now retiring.”

The strategy aims to reverse the cycle of loss of Portuguese representation among the 27. The diploma will be approved this Wednesday in the Council of Ministers.

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“His manager is Portuguese and…”; The agent changes plans, and Luis Castro “arranges” the problem in the protection of “Botafogo”

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"His manager is Portuguese and...";  The agent changes plans, and Luis Castro "arranges" the problem in the protection of "Botafogo"

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The defender must return from loan ahead of schedule, and the Glorioso coach will have to make a decision at the beginning of the preseason.

Photo: Jorge Rodriguez/AGIF.  First, Luis Castro does not have Diego Loureiro for 2023.
Photo: Jorge Rodriguez/AGIF. First, Luis Castro does not have Diego Loureiro for 2023.

With the end of the season Botafogo its reformulation is already underway with the participation of Luis Castro. Names like Carlinhos, for example, have already left General Severiano, but there is a tendency for the “purge” to continue a little longer. Especially with the return of borrowed athletes during the year.

goalkeeper case Diego Loureiro, who played on loan at Atlético GO, promoted to Serie B. Curiously, the Botafogo archer has a contract at Goiania until the end of 2023, but Dragao president Adson Batista is pessimistic about the player’s consistency.

“Diego Loureiro is a bit off because he still has a contract with Botafogo, his manager is Portuguese and he has a different vision.” said the director in an interview with radio Sagres from the capital of Goiás.

The goalkeeper played only two games for Atlético-GO, who were betting on Renan in the starting lineup. If he returns to Rio, Loureiro will likely see high competition in the black and white net as Luis Castro now has alternatives to Gatito Fernandes and Lucas Perry.

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