Reading Paulo Freire: His Life and Work (S U N Y Series, by Moacir Gadotti

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INDAP had various subdivisions, including the Social Development Division and the Research and Training Institute for Agrarian Reform (ICIRA), where Paulo Freire worked. Various Brazilian exiles arrived in Chile in 1964 and 1965. These Brazilians managed to find their own niches in the country that welcomed them: in culture, like Thiago de Mello; in academic and intellectual work, like Francisco Weffort and Fernando Henrique Cardoso; in research work like Almino Affonso, author of the work The Chilean Peasant Movement; in political attaché work, like Paulo de Tarso Santos and Pl nio de Arruda Sampaio; in university work, like the philosopher from Rio Grande do Sul, Ernani Maria Fiori.

Agrarian reform was directly linked to the Ministry of Agriculture and in particular to two organs: the Agricultural Reform Corporation (CORA) and the Institute of Farming and Livestock Development (INDAP), directed by Jacques Chonchol, who became the Minister of Agriculture in Allende's government. INDAP had various subdivisions, including the Social Development Division and the Research and Training Institute for Agrarian Reform (ICIRA), where Paulo Freire worked. Various Brazilian exiles arrived in Chile in 1964 and 1965.

Various Brazilian exiles arrived in Chile in 1964 and 1965. These Brazilians managed to find their own niches in the country that welcomed them: in culture, like Thiago de Mello; in academic and intellectual work, like Francisco Weffort and Fernando Henrique Cardoso; in research work like Almino Affonso, author of the work The Chilean Peasant Movement; in political attaché work, like Paulo de Tarso Santos and Pl nio de Arruda Sampaio; in university work, like the philosopher from Rio Grande do Sul, Ernani Maria Fiori.

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