Sexuality Policy Watch

Online Sexual Publics and the Debate on Internet Regulation in Brazil


A Brazilian constitutional reform in 1988 delivered a bill of rights solidly grounded in human rights and democratic principles of non discrimination, freedom, equality and equity, the right to privacy, gender and racial equality and due judicial process. The constitutional text also gives priority to the protection of children’s rights, and after ratifying the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC, 1989), the Child and Adolescent Statute was adopted (1990).

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