In defense of the world of work


Manifesto organized by citizens and civil society organizations


Given the gravity of the moment, which, without the implementation of appropriate measures and, worse, with the taking of wrong or economically disastrous, disproportionate and inhumane measures, such as those presented in Provisional Measure 927, of March 22, 2020 (which , moreover, is flagrantly unconstitutional), could plunge us into an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, we consider it our obligation, as entities and personalities linked to the study of legal relations and the world of work, to present concrete proposals on the measures that, respecting the constitutional values ​​of solidarity, the Welfare State and the democratic order, are presented as essential for the responsible confrontation of the social and economic problems generated by the spread of the New Coronavirus.

These emergency measures must be provided by the State, by private institutions and, in the relevant aspects, also by citizens, and it is worth emphasizing, above all, at times like the present, the need for all federative entities to exercise their role, not to being able to conceive of an excessive concentration in the hands of the Executive, which, moreover, has been showing itself to be unprepared for such an immense task, demanding, therefore, that the search for solutions be, inexorably, shared with the whole community, especially so that it is not directed the onus, once again, on the working class.  

From the outset, we leave on record our deepest and most sincere thanks to the male and female workers (nurses; doctors; delivery men in general, especially through apps; gas station attendants; building porters; pharmacy attendants, hospitals, bakeries and supermarkets; journalists; cleaners; drivers; loaders; garbage collectors; rural workers; caregivers, among others) who, due to being linked to essential activities, continue, with risk to own life, rendering their invaluable services.

Society owes them not only this gratitude, but also the recognition of their human condition and their legitimate rights, mainly labor and social security (today and always).

In view of this, WE PROPOSE:

Preservation of the full functioning of the political system and democratic institutions and repudiation of the enactment of a “state of siege”.

  1. Prohibition of the dismissal of male and female employees, servants and public servants.
  2. Prohibition of the reduction of wages of male and female employees, servants and public servants.
  3. Immediate interruption of work provision, in the public and private sectors, in all activities not directly related to the preservation of life, without prejudice to the full receipt of wages.
  4. Immediate interruption of work provision, in the public and private sectors, of workers over 60 (sixty) years old, pregnant women and others included in risk groups, regardless of the activity carried out, without prejudice to the full receipt of wages.
  5. In activities essential to the preservation of life, which cannot be interrupted, obligation to provide, by the public and private employer, including outsourced and informal workers, the means necessary for safe travel to the work environment and personal protective equipment and collective protection necessary to reduce risks.
  6. Dialogue and effective negotiation with the workers' union, as a necessary condition for the implementation of risk restriction measures, such as the definition of essential equipment for the work of health professionals, prohibition of overtime, the practice of shifts and the reduction of hours without reduction of salaries, observing the technical notes issued by the Public Ministry of Labor (www.
  7. Determination of the immediate payment of additional for life risk to all professionals who cannot interrupt their activity.
  8. Prohibition of hiring people to carry out essential activities through precarious contracts (intermittent or that do not guarantee labor rights – legal and conventional – minimum).
  9. Immediate formalization of the employment relationship of workers who provide services to companies that own digital platforms, imposing the creation of a fund under the responsibility of these companies to protect, on an emergency basis, the income of their workers.
  10. Provision and funding, by the employer, of the necessary means to carry out, within health and safety standards, work at home, when this proves to be feasible.
  11. Observance of the limitation of working hours for workers subject to telework.
  12. Prohibition of any measure that implies a weakening of the instruments available for monitoring the working conditions of professionals who work in essential activities.
  13. Institutional support for forms of self-organization, social and union organization and collective solidarity, including financial support, as a fundamental way to help fight the pandemic.
  14. Payment of basic citizenship income for all families with income below the minimum required indicated by DIEESE, in February 2020, in the amount of R$ 4.366,51 (four thousand, three hundred and sixty-six reais and fifty-one cents).
  15. Extension of the period for receiving unemployment insurance for an indefinite period, for those who are enjoying or will enjoy the benefit, in this case, with cancellation of the minimum time required for access.
  16. Repeal of Constitutional Amendment 103/19 (Social Security Reform), Constitutional Amendment 95 (limitation of expenses in the sphere of social public policies) and Law 13.467/2017 (“labour reform”), since they destroyed the foundations of the Welfare State.
  17. Immediate payment of pensions for everyone who has already achieved this right, but who, due to government policies delaying the granting of benefits, have been waiting in line for months.
  18. Tax waiver for families with income below the minimum required indicated by DIEESE and for legal entities with up to 10 employees that do not use fraudulent means to mask employment relationships.
  19. Remission of bank loan debt, for families with income below the minimum required indicated by DIEESE.
  20. Prohibition of eviction orders for non-payment of rent and prohibition of interruption in the supply of electricity, gas, water, due to default by families that have income equal to or less than the minimum indicated by DIEESE.
  21. Suspension of collection of taxes and bills related to essential services, during the period of health crisis.
  22. Priority allocation of the public budget to essential activities related to public health.
  23. Suspension of debt service, largely responsible for the fiscal crisis.
  24. Immediate suspension of tax benefits and prohibition of extending deadlines for paying ordinary debts to the state, in relation to large companies.
  25. Immediate collection and with a very summary rite of the largest debtors of the State.
  26. Requirement for financial institutions to contribute money, equivalent to the net profit obtained in 2019, to be used for the construction of temporary hospitals and free supply of food and medicine to all who need them.
  27. Permission for the nationalization of hospitals to immediately meet the needs of the general population.
  28. Determining the immediate use of public or private buildings that are not fulfilling their social function, as well as hotels and the like, to serve as shelter for the street population, for health care centers for infected people, for people in isolation and for those who depend on the care of a third party and this person is in isolation or infected.
  29. Imposition on large carriers and airlines and road companies to make free transport of food and medicine possible to all Brazilian cities.
  30. Control and inspection of drug, fuel and food prices, to prevent opportunistic exploitation of an extremely serious and delicate situation.
  31. Breaking of patents on medicines necessary for the medical treatment of COVID-19.
  32. Subsidy for the large-scale manufacture of mechanical respirators, sterilization and asepsis products and individual and collective protection equipment for the health area, to be distributed throughout the national territory.
  33. Maintenance of all postgraduate scholarships and intensification of permanence policies for quota students, as well as other educational and research promotion programs, including as a way of stimulating the development of solutions to the health crisis.
  34. Immediate concession of benefit from the Union budget, with subrogation of the State in the wage debt, to ensure the receipt of wages of male and female employees of micro-enterprises.
  35. Wide dissemination of information is necessary, in an accessible way, for people with disabilities (sensory and intellectual) and respect for their full rights.
  36. Guarantee of internet access for all people with prepaid cell phones or popular plans, without reducing speed, cutting or charging connection while the social isolation necessary to combat Covid-19 lasts.

This document will be forwarded to the representatives of the three Powers of the State and widely publicized, as we consider it urgent to implement these measures, before the situation, which is already serious, becomes irreversible.

Brazil, March 22, 2020. (to subscribe click on

  1. AAJ - American Association of Jurists
  2. ABRASTT - Brazilian Association of Workers' and Workers' Health
  3. ABRAT – Brazilian Association of Labor Lawyers
  4. AJD – Judges for Democracy Association
  5. ALJT – Latin American Association of Labor Judges
  6. CNTU - National Confederation of Regulated University Liberal Workers
  7. CNU – National Confederation of Urban Workers
  9. DIESAT - Inter-union Department of Studies and Research on Health and Work Environments
  10. FNU - National Federation of Urban Workers  
  11. FÓRUMAT – Work Accidents Forum
  12. FIOCRUZ-RJ – Health – Work – Law Inter-Union Forum  
  13. FSST/RS - Trade Union Forum for Worker's Health  
  15. FNSA - National Front for Environmental Sanitation  
  16. GPMT/IFCH/UNICAMP - World of Work and Metamorphoses Research Group
  17. GPTC-UFRGS – Labor and Capital Research Group
  18. GPTC-USP – Labor and Capital Research Group
  19. GEDHJUS - Human Rights and Justice Study Group
  20. DHCTEM – Human Rights Research Group, Centrality of Work and Marxism  
  21. Decent Work Institute
  22. IPEATRA - Institute for Research and Advanced Studies of the Judiciary and the Public Ministry of Labor
  23. JUTRA – Luso-Brazilian Association of Labor Lawyers
  24. REMIR - Network for Interdisciplinary Studies and Monitoring of Labor Reform
  25. RENAPEDTS – National Network of Research and Extension Groups in Labor and Social Security Law
  27. SINTRAJUD-SP - Union of Workers of the Federal Judiciary of the State of São Paulo
  28. SINTUSP - Union of USP Workers
  29. Aderson bussinger, lawyer
  30. Adma Fadul Muhana, professor at USP
  31. Adriana Brasil Wyzykowski, professor at UFBA
  32. Adriana Goulart de Sena Orsini, professor at UFMG and judge
  33. Afrânio Catani, professor at USP
  34. Airton Paschoa, writer
  35. Albany Camêlo Sampaio Júnior, lawyer
  36. Alberto Alonso Muñoz, judge
  37. Aldacy Rachid Coutinho, Professor of Labor Law at UFPR
  38. Aldo Arantes, lawyer
  39. Alessandra Camarano Martins, lawyer
  40. Alessandro da Silva, member of AJD
  41. Alessandro de Assis Galrão, lawyer
  42. Alexander Henrique Nunes Gurgel, lawyer
  43. Alexandre Guerreiro, lawyer
  44. Alexandre Henrique Podadera de Chiara, Master in Law
  45. Alexandre Mandl, popular lawyer
  46. Alexandre Pariol Filho, director of SINTUSP
  47. Allen Habert, production engineer
  48. Álvaro Klein, president of AGETRA
  49. Amanda Melilo de Matos, Master's student in Law 
  50. Ana Claudia CM Semêdo, professor at UFBA
  51. Ana Fani Alessandri Carlos, Professor of Geography – FFLCH-USP
  52. Ana Inés Algorta Latorre, federal judge
  53. Ana Kelly Jansen de Amorim, union lawyer
  54. Ana Lúcia Marchiori, lawyer 
  55. Ana Luísa Palmisciano, professor at FND/UFRJ and at PUC-RJ
  56. Ana Luiza de Souza Castro, psychologist and president of the RS Regional Council of Psychology
  57. Ana Paula Alvarenga Martins, labor judge
  58. Anair Figueiredo, lawyer
  59. André Luís de Moraes Pinto, judge of law
  60. André Luiz Queiroz Sturaro, lawyer
  61. André Portella, professor at UFBA
  62. Andrea Clarice Rodrigues Peine Jara, professor and master in education at FEUSP
  63. Andréia de Conto Garbin, professor at PUC/SP and Universidade PresbiterianapMackenzie-SP
  64. Andresa Aparecida Moreira, lawyer
  65. Andressa Ruiz Cereto, lawyer
  66. Angela Leite Lopes, researcher and professor at the School of Fine Arts at UFRJ
  67. Ângelo Cavalcante, economist and professor at the State University of Goiás
  68. Anjuli Tostes, attorney
  69. Antônio Ferreira de Barros, general secretary of the São dos Campos Metalworkers Union
  70. Antônio Sales Rios Neto, civil engineer and organizational consultant
  71. Aparecida Neri de Souza, sociologist
  72. Aquilas Nogueira Mendes, professor at the Faculty of Public Health at USP
  73. Ari Sólon, professor at the Faculty of Law at USP
  74. Aristeu César Pinto Neto, legal adviser to CSP-CONLUTAS and the Metalworkers Union of São José dos Campos
  75. Arlete Mesquita, lawyer
  76. Arnaldo Mazzei Nogueira, professor at FEA/USP and PUC/SP
  77. Atnágoras Teixeira Lopes, member of the National Executive Secretariat of CSP-CONLUTAS
  78. Bernardo Ricupero, professor at FFLCH/USP
  79. Bruno da Costa Rodrigues, labor judge
  80. Bruno Durães, professor at UFRB
  81. Caio Rodrigues da Silva Peine Jara, lawyer
  82. Carla Denise Theodoro, lawyer
  83. Carla Rita Bracchi Silveira, lawyer
  84. Carlos Eduardo Martins, professor at UNEB and UFBA
  85. Carlos Eduardo Oliveira Dias, labor judge
  86. Carlos Eduardo Soares de Freitas, professor at UFBA and UNEB
  87. Carlos Lied Sessegolo, lawyer
  88. Carlos Raul Etulain, professor at Unicamp-SP
  89. Carmela Gross, professor at ECA/USP
  90. Cassia Baldini Soares, professor at the USP School of Nursing
  91. Cássio Adriano Braz de Aquino, professor at the Federal University of Ceará
  92. Célia Maria Sivalli Campos, professor at the USP School of Nursing
  93. Celso Antunes, educator
  94. Celso N. Kashiura Jr., professor at FACAMP
  95. Celso Rodrigues, professor at FTEC-IBGEN
  96. César Augusto Calovi Fagundes, labor judge
  97. Cesar Augusto S. da Silva, professor at the Federal University of Grande Dourados 
  98. César Ricardo Siqueira Bolaño, professor at UFS
  99. Cesar Sanson, professor at UFRN
  100. Cezar Britto, lawyer, former president of the National OAB
  101. Charles Gomes, Senior Researcher at the Casa de Rui Barbosa Foundation
  102. Charles Lopes Kuhn, labor judge
  103. Charles Roberto de Oliveira Líbio, lawyer
  104. Cláudia Maria Barbosa, professor at PUC-PR
  105. Cláudia Mazzei Nogueira, professor at UNIFESP
  106. Cláudia Urano, public servant
  107. Cláudio Janotti da Rocha, professor at UFES 
  108. Cláudio Rennó, Master in Philosophy from USP
  109. Cleber Lira, lawyer
  110. Cris Fernández Andrada, professor at PUC/SP
  111. Cristiana Mercuri de Almeida Bastos, professor at UFBA 
  112. Cristiane Bibiano Silva, sociologist
  113. Cristiane Oliveira Reimberg – journalist
  114. Cristiane Oliveira Reimberg, journalist
  115. Daiana Monteiro Santos, labor judge
  116. Daniel de Almeida Alves, lawyer
  117. Daniel Ferreira da Silva, labor lawyer
  118. Daniel Ferrer de Almeida, doctoral candidate in law at USP
  119. Daniela Muradas Antunes, professor at UFMG and Vice-President of ALAL
  120. Daniela Portugal, professor at UFBA
  121. Daniela Sanches Tavares, psychologist, worker health researcher
  122. Daniela Sanches Tavares, psychologist, worker health researcher
  123. Daniela Valle da Rocha Muller, labor judge
  124. Daniele Barbosa, professor at UERJ
  125. Daniele Domingos Monteiro, lawyer
  126. Daniele Gabrich Gueiros, professor at UFRJ and PUC-RJ
  127. Dari Krein, professor at Unicamp
  128. Débora de Araújo Costa, Master's student in law at USP
  129. Deise Lilian Lima Martins, master's student in law
  130. Denis Einloft, lawyer and vice-president of the Southern Region of ABRAT
  131. Denise de Almeida Guimarães, PhD student at UFRJ
  132. Denise Vieira da Silva, professor at UFBA
  133. Dermeval Saviani, professor emeritus at UNICAMP and researcher emeritus at CNPq
  134. Edilma Moura Ferreira, lawyer
  135. Egeu Gomez Esteves, professor at USP
  136. Elaine Rossetti Behring, Coordinator of the Public Budget and Social Security Study and Research Group/GOPSS
  137. Elaine Rossetti Behring, DPS/FSS/UERJ/CAPES-CNPq, coordinator of the Public Budget and Social Security Study and Research Group/GOPSS
  138. Elinay Ferreira, labor judge
  139. Ellen Hazan, attorney
  140. Elsa Cristine Bevian, teacher at FURB
  141. Emanuel Lins Freire Vasconcellos, professor at UFBA and UNEB
  142. Emerson Ferreira Mangabeira, lawyer
  143. Emilia Gondim Teixeira, judge
  144. Eraze Sutti, lawyer
  145. Erick Assis dos Santos, social worker and sociologist
  146. Eugênia Augusta Gonzaga, regional attorney of the Republic
  147. Eugênio Terra, judge of law
  148. Fabiana Severi, professor at the Faculty of Law of Ribeirão Preto/USP
  149. Fabiane Santana Previtali, teacher
  150. Fábio Antonio de Magalhães Nóvoa, lawyer
  151. Fábio de Oliveira, professor at USP
  152. Fábio Ferraz dos Passos, lawyer
  153. Fábio Konder Comparato, emeritus professor at the USP Faculty of Law 
  154. Fátima Aparecida Cabral, retired teacher
  155. Felipe Coelho Lima, UFC professor
  156. Felipe Estrela, professor at UFBA
  157. Felipe Meleiro Fernandes, lawyer
  158. Fellipe Coelho-Lima, professor at UFRG
  159. Fernanda Giannasi, retired tax auditor
  160. Fernando Donato Vasconcelos, tax auditor
  161. Flávia Máximo, professor at UFOP
  162. Flávio Roberto Batista, professor at USP
  163. Flavio Wolf de Aguiar, writer, journalist, retired professor at USP
  164. Flora Sussekind, professor at PUC-RJ
  165. Francisco Alambert, professor at USP 
  166. Francisco Luciano de Azevedo Frota, labor judge
  167. Francisco Sérgio Silva Rocha, labor judge 
  168. Francisco Timmers Colombo, lawyer
  169. Gabriela Lenz de Lacerda, labor judge
  170. Gabriela Oliveira Chikitani, lawyer
  171. Gabriela Soares Pommot Maia, lawyer
  172. Genésio Ramos Moreira, lawyer
  173. Geraldo Prado, professor at UFRJ
  174. Gervásio de Jesus Sutilo Florian Junior, civil servant
  175. Gilberto Bercovici, full professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo
  176. Giovana Labigalini Martins, labor lawyer
  177. Giovanna Maria Magalhães Souto Maior, Master in Law
  178. Giovanni Alves, professor at UNESP
  179. Gisela Elaine Fávaro, state public servant
  180. Gisele Bondim Lopes Ribeiro, labor judge
  181. Gisele Citadino, lawyer 
  182. Gisele Handel, lawyer
  183. Giselle Scavasin, attorney
  184. Gloria da Anunciacao Alves, professor at USP
  185. Glória Trogo, lawyer, specialist in Public Law
  186. Graça Druck, professor at UFBA
  187. Grijalbo Fernandes Coutinho, labor judge
  188. Guilherme Cortez, majoring in Law (UNESP)
  189. Guilherme Wunsch, lawyer and professor
  190. Gustavo Seferian Machado, professor and lawyer
  191. Gustavo Teixeira Ramos, lawyer
  192. Haydee Maria Oliveira Lima, attorney
  193. Helder Lavigne, lawyer
  194. Helena Duarde Marques, Master's student in Human Rights
  195. Helena Kugel Lazzarin, lawyer and teacher
  196. Helena Pontes dos Santos, civil servant
  197. Heleno Rodrigues Correa Filho, physician
  198. Henrique Figueiredo de Lima, Master's student PPGD-UFRJ
  199. Henrique Oliveira Silva, Master in Law at USP
  200. Henrique Soares Carneiro, professor at USP
  201. Henrique Tahan Novaes, professor at UNESP-Marília/SP
  202. Hugo Barreto Ghione, professor UDELAR/URUGUAY
  203. Hugo Cavalcanti Melo Filho, teacher and labor judge
  204. Humberto Marcial Fonseca, lawyer
  205. Igor Cardoso Garcia, labor judge
  206. Irene Maestro Sarrion dos Santos Guimarães, militant of the Popular Fight movement
  207. Irevan V. Marcellino, physician at UFSC and Correios
  208. Isabela Fadul, professor at UFBA
  209. Ivanete Boschetti, GEMPS/ESS-UFRJ coordinator
  210. Ivo da Silva Júnior, professor at UNIFESP
  211. Jacqueline Samagaia, professor at UFBA
  212. Jair Batista da Silva, sociologist
  213. Jânia Saldanha, professor at UFSM-RS
  214. Jean Filipe Domingos Ramos, professor at UFJF
  215. Jesus Ranieri, professor at Unicamp
  216. Joana Roberta Gomes Marques, lawyer
  217. João Baptista Cilli Filho, Master in Law from USP
  218. João dos Reis da Silva Júnior, professor at UFSCar
  219. João Gabriel Pimentel Lopes, labor lawyer
  220. João Ricardo Dornelles, lawyer
  221. João Vicente Silva Araújo, workers' lawyer
  222. Jônatas Andrade, labor judge
  223. Jonnas Vasconcelos, professor at UFBA
  224. Jorge Breogan Froes Rodrigues, Worker of the Book
  225. Jorge Lima, labor lawyer
  226. Jorge Luiz Souto Maior, professor at USP
  227. Jorge Otávio Oliveira Lima, lawyer
  228. Jorgena Paulo Lozano, lawyer
  229. José Carlos Callegari, lawyer
  230. José Carlos de Carvalho Baboin, civil servant
  231. José Carlos do Carmo, physician and labor inspector
  232. José Carlos do Carmo, physician and labor inspector
  233. José Carlos Nunes dos Santos, lawyer
  234. José Luiz Soares, substitute professor at UFRJ
  235. José Pedro dos Reis, labor attorney
  236. José Pedro dos Reis, labor attorney
  237. Josiane Caleffi Estivalet, judge
  238. Juarez Tavares, lawyer
  239. Judite Stronzake, social scientist and professor
  240. Júlia Lenzi Silva, PhD in Law from USP
  241. Julia Reis da Cruz, lawyer
  242. Juliana Benício Xavier, lawyer
  243. Juliana Teixeira Esteves, professor at UFPE
  244. Júlio Cesar de Sá da Rocha, professor at UFBA
  245. Julliana Oliveira Barreto, lawyer
  246. Karen Artur, professor at UFJF
  247. Karla Aveline de Oliveira, judge
  248. Karlla Patrícia de Souza, lawyer
  249. Katia Albuquerque Ferreira Teixeira, lawyer
  250. Katia Regina Cezar, public servant
  251. Lafaiete Neves, professor at UFPR
  252. Lais Rocha Ribeiro, lawyer
  253. Lara Porto Renó, civil servant
  254. Laura Nazaré de Carvalho, sociologist
  255. Laurindo Lalo Leal Filho, retired professor at ECA/USP
  256. Lea Maria Castro, teacher
  257. Leila Giovana Izidoro, Master's student in Human Rights at USP
  258. Leiser Sadigursky, lawyer
  259. Lélia Ferreira, retired professor at UEL
  260. Leny Sato, professor at USP
  261. Leonardo Lira Lima, lawyer
  262. Letícia Helena Mamed, professor at UFAC
  263. Lincoln Secco, professor at USP
  264. Lisette Lagnado, curator
  265. Lisiane Alves Gomes, lawyer
  266. Lorena Rodrigues Boaventura, lawyer
  267. Luana Angelica Merlis Pereira, lawyer
  268. Luana Angelo Leal, master's student PPGD-UFRJ
  269. Luana Duarte Raposo, legal advisor
  270. Lucas Marcon de Jesus, lawyer
  271. Luci Praun, sociologist and professor
  272. Lucia Matos, labor judge
  273. Lúcia Regina Florentino Souto, physician
  274. Luciana Boiteux, professor at UFRJ
  275. Luciane Toss, vice-president of AGETRA and founding partner of Ó Mulheres!
  276. Ludmila Coelho – master's student at PPGD-UFRJ
  277. Luis Carlos Moro, lawyer
  278. Luís Henrique Salina, civil servant and professor of Labor Law
  279. Luiz Alfredo Scienza, professor at UFRGS
  280. Luiz Antônio Alves Capra, judge of law
  281. Luiz Carlos Prates Mancha, member of the National Executive Secretariat of CSP-CONLUTAS
  282. Luiz Filgueiras, professor at UFBA
  283. Luiz Paulo Oliveira, professor at the Federal University of Recôncavo da Bahia 
  284. Luiz Philipe de Caux, professor at UFRN
  285. Luiz Renato Martins, professor at USP
  286. Luiz Wernek Viana, historian
  287. Lygia Godoy, labor judge
  288. Magda Barros Biavaschi, professor and researcher at CESIT
  289. Magno de Carvalho Costa, director of the USP Workers Union
  290. Manoela Hoffmann Oliveira, professor at USP
  291. Manuela Fernanda Gonçalves Ferreira, professor and lawyer
  292. Marcello Musto, professor of sociology/York University
  293. Marcelo Azevedo Chamone, labor judge
  294. Marcelo Cattoni, professor at UFMG
  295. Marcelo Jorge Dias da Silva, lawyer
  296. Marcelo Martins Evaristo da Silva, judge
  297. Marcelo Pedroso Goulart, retired prosecutor 
  298. Marcelo Ridenti, professor at UNICAMP
  299. Marcelo Weishaupt Proni, professor at UNICAMP
  300. Marcia Bandini, professor at UNICAMP
  301. Márcio Pochmann, professor at UNICAMP
  302. Márcio Tulio Viana, professor at UFMG and PUC-MG
  303. Marco Santana, teacher
  304. Marcondes Savio dos Santos, lawyer
  305. Marcus Antônio Ferreira de Brito, lawyer
  306. Marcus Orione, professor at USP
  307. Marcus Vergner, director of the Union of Workers in the Judiciary
  308. Margarida Barreto, occupational physician
  309. Maria Angélica Albuquerque, doctoral student in law at USP
  310. Maria Cecília Máximo Teodoro, professor at PUC-MG
  311. Maria Chalfin Coutinho, professor at UFSC
  312. Maria de Nazaré Medeiros Rocha, labor judge
  313. María Deborah Cabral de Sousa, professor at UFPB
  314. Maria do Carmos Timmers Colombo, lawyer
  315. Maria Gabriela Guillén Carías, social scientist and professor at the Federal University of Grande Dourados
  316. Maria Isabel Emboaba Ribeiro Franco, lawyer
  317. Maria Luíza Grabner, regional attorney of the Republic
  318. Maria Maeno, researcher in occupational health
  319. Maria Orlanda Pinassi, retired professor at UNESP
  320. Mariana Dutra e Silva, lawyer
  321. Mariana Fischer, professor at UFPE
  322. Marilane Oliveira Teixeira, economist and researcher at CESIT/IE – Unicamp
  323. Marilda Luiza de Angelo, lawyer
  324. Marina Naomi Sato – public servant
  325. Mário Diniz Xavier de Oliveira, tax auditor
  326. Maristela de Souza Pereira, professor at the Federal University of Uberlândia
  327. Marlene Aparecida Mazon, 
  328. Mathias Seibel Luce, professor at UFRGS
  329. Mauro de Azevedo Menezes, lawyer
  330. Michel Löwy, professor at the French National Council for Scientific Research
  331. Murilo Carvalho Sampaio Oliveira Oliveira, professor at UFBA
  332. Murilo da Silva Cerqueira, lawyer
  333. Nadir da Costa Jardim, civil servant
  334. Natalia Cristina Budini Abud, lawyer
  335. Neli Pachoareli Wada, director of SINTUSP
  336. Nélia Cristina Silva Almeida, lawyer
  337. Nicolly Carolyn Monteiro, attorney
  338. Nilce Aravecchia, professor at USP
  339. Nilton Correia – lawyer 
  340. Nubia Soraya da Silva Guedes, labor judge
  341. Odara Gonzaga de Andrade, master's student in law at USP
  342. Oscar Krost, Labor Judge
  343. Osvaldo Luis Angel Coggiola, professor at USP
  344. Osvaldo Ribeiro Franco Neto, civil servant
  345. Oswaldo Akamine Jr., professor at FACMP – Colleges of Campinas
  346. Otavio Alexandre Freire da Silva, lawyer
  347. Otília Arantes, retired professor at USP
  348. Pablo Biondi, professor of Philosophy of Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of São Bernardo do Campo 
  349. Pablo Rubén Mariconda, Professor of Theory of Knowledge and Philosophy of Science in the Department of Philosophy – FFLCH-USP
  350. Pâmela de Almeida Araújo, lawyer
  351. Patrícia Fernandes da Silva, professor at UDELAR/URUGUAY
  352. Patrícia Maeda, labor judge
  353. Paula Marcelino, professor at USP
  354. Paulo Arantes, full professor at FFLCH/USP
  355. Paulo de Carvalho Yamamoto, lawyer
  356. Paulo Eduardo Vieira de Oliveira, professor at USP
  357. Paulo Martins, professor at USP
  358. Paulo Roberto Lemgruber Ebert, lawyer
  359. Paulo Roberto Silva e Silva, lawyer
  360. Pedro Daniel Blanco Alves, lawyer
  361. Pedro Henrique Barcha Correia, majoring in Computer Engineering – UNICAMP
  362. Pedro Luiz de Oliveira Pinto, Master in Law at USP
  363. Pedro Paulo de Azevedo Sodré Filho, lawyer
  364. Pietra Gomes Ferreira, lawyer
  365. Pollyanna Soares Santos Ramos, self-employed
  366. Rafael Grohmann, professor at UNISINOS
  367. Ranúlio Mendes Moreira, labor judge
  368. Regiane de Moura Macedo, lawyer
  369. Regina Heloísa Maciel, professor at the University of Fortaleza
  370. Regina Maria Prosperi Meyer, professor at USP
  371. Reginaldo Melhado, teacher and labor judge
  372. Renata Bastos Ferreira Antipoff, professor at the Federal Institute of Minas Gerais
  373. Renata Paparelli, psychologist and professor at PUC/SP
  374. Renata Queiroz Dutra, professor at UnB
  375. René Mendes, professor at Unicamp
  376. Ricardo Antunes, professor and sociologist
  377. Ricardo Festi, professor of Sociology at UnB
  378. Ricardo Musse, professor at FFLCH/USP
  379. Ricardo Nascimento Fabbrini, Professor of Philosophy 
  380. Rita de Cássia Mallmann Dias Abed, lawyer
  381. Rodrigo Bertolozzi Maluf, master and doctoral student in law – USP
  382. Rodrigo de Lacerda Carelli, professor at UFRJ
  383. Rodrigo Marques dos Santos, lawyer
  384. Rodrigo Ricupero, professor at USP
  385. Roselene Aparecida Taveira, labor judge
  386. Rosemarie Gartner Tschiedel, professor at UFRGS
  387. Rosemeire Aparecida Scopinho, professor at UFSCar
  388. Rosseline da Silva Tavares, anthropologist
  389. Rui Ferreira dos Santos, labor judge
  390. Sandra Cristina Dias, federal public servant
  391. Sandra Maria Sales Fagundes, psychologist
  392. Sandro Valongueiro Alves, lawyer
  393. Sayonara Grillo, associate professor at UFRJ
  394. Senildo Paulino de Santana, lawyer
  395. Sergio Amadeu da Silveira, professor at UFABC
  396. Sérgio Salomão Shecaira, professor at USP
  397. Sergio Souza Matos, lawyer
  398. Sidnei Machado, professor at UFPR
  399. Silas Pereira Alves Ramos, student
  400. Silvia Beatriz Adoue, professor at UNESP
  401. Silvia Burmeister, lawyer
  402. Silvia Mourão, lawyer
  403. Sílvio Beltrameli, labor attorney
  404. Simone Dalila Nacif Lopes, judge
  405. Simone Wolff, professor at UEL
  406. Sonia MP Kruppa, professor at USP
  407. Sonilde Kugel Lazzarin, lawyer and professor
  408. Tainã Góis, lawyer
  409. Tainá Turella Caetano dos Santos, undergraduate student in Computer Engineering – UNICAMP
  410. Tarso de Melo, lawyer and teacher
  411. Téssio da Silva Torres, lawyer
  412. Thainara Granero de Melo, psychologist
  413. Thaís Proença Cremasco, lawyer
  414. Thaíssa Rocha Proni, lawyer
  415. Thaize Antunes, public servant
  416. Thales Augusto Monteiro Melo Mariano, lawyer and majoring in Literature (USP)
  417. Thamiris Evaristo Molitor, master and doctoral student in law at USP
  418. Theo da Rocha Barreto, professor at IFBA/Salvador
  419. Thiago Barison de Oliveira, lawyer and professor
  420. Thiago Melo, PhD in Human Rights – USP
  421. Thiago Patricio Gondim, doctoral student PPGD-UFRJ
  422. Ticiane Lorena Natale, civil servant
  423. Tony Rocha, Praxis Institute of Education and Culture
  424. Túlio Avelino Teles de Andrade, civil servant
  425. Ulysses Strogoff de Matos, physician
  426. Valdete Souto Severo, teacher and labor judge
  427. Valena Jacob Chaves Mesquita, lawyer
  428. Vera Lucia Navarro, professor at USP
  429. Veronica de Araujo Triani, substitute professor at UFRJ
  430. Virna Bentes Castanheira Varela, lawyer
  431. Vitor Filgueiras, professor at UFBA
  432. Viviana Bosi
  433. Vladimir Castro, labor judge
  434. Vladimir Safatle, professor at USP
  435. Wagner Costa Ribeiro, full professor at the Department of Geography at USP
  436. Weller Gonçalves, President of the Metalworkers Union of São José dos Campos
  437. Wilson Ramos Filho, PhD, retired professor of Labor Law at UFPR
  438. Xerxes Gusmão, labor judge
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