Despite all the alleged controversy that the announcement generated, President Marcelo promised and spoke (even) about human rights in Qatar, within the scope of a conference in the capital Doha on “Sustainable Development Goal 4, Quality Education”.
🇧🇷[Marcelo] underlined that quality education implies its extension to all citizens, including a significant increase in access to higher education, as has happened in Portugal in recent decades, in particular the participation of women, today the majority in higher education, including doctorates . But it also means access for all social strata, national and non-national, including migrants and their families”, reads a note published on the Presidency website.
The head of state stressed that “quality education means freedom and inclusion, tolerance, non-discrimination, namely on the basis of gender, ethnicity, origin, sexual orientation and, therefore, respect for human rights. Naturally contributing to the reduction of inequalities and the fight against poverty”.
🇧🇷There is no sustainable development without quality education, without leaving anyone behind”, concluded Marcelo.