guidance and preventive actions ensure the dignity of the population in the Olympic Football Tournament in ManausSecretariats of the social area acted preventively to ensure the rights and duties of persons with disabilities, women, seniors and children.
During the three days of competition at the Olympic Football Tournament in Manaus, the secretariats of the social area Government of Amazonas acted preventively to ensure the rights and duties of persons with disabilities, women, seniors and children. More of 300 state and municipal civil servants participated in the demonstrations surrounding the Arena da Amazônia.
With a raise awareness among the public, the Secretary of State for Social Assistance (Seas) held guidelines for the care of parents with children at the event and, also, supervision of cases smite him the dignity of children and adolescents. During operation, It was recorded four cases of children in child labor, on Tuesday (9), surrounding the Arena da Amazônia. Minors were making sales, at the corner of Djalma Batista with Pedro Teixeira, with their parents.
"Our intervention was teaching with them, but if there are father and son will take recidivism for the Guardian Council to receive warning ", Juliet explained Moraes, Manager of Social Protection Service Average Seas Complexity.
In the area of accessibility, the State Secretary of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Seped), in partnership with the Municipal Superintendence of Urban Transportation (SMTU), enabled the mobility of approximately 1,5 thousand people with disabilities and their families. People were moved in buses adapted, that came from Amazon Legislature (hazard) for the Arena da Amazonia. Another highlight was the service translation and interpretation in Pounds, provided by employees of the Amazon Pounds Interpreters Center.
"We've been serving those people who really needed help and, in these days, We were at access points to the stadium where the flow of people were larger, but everything went well thanks to God ", said Fabiana Ferreira, coordinator of the Central.
In the Seas, The work was supported by the State Justice Secretaries, Human Rights and Citizenship (Sejusc), Public Safety - through Combats (Program for Prevention of Violence and Combat the Use of Narcotics and Narcotic) -, Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Seped), Education (Seduc), Guardianship Council, Amazonastur and the Municipal Social Welfare and Human Rights (Semmasdh).