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School dropout of adolescents and young people: Recent scenario in Brazil
IMDS and Oppen Social - May 2022
The presentation highlights the main issues related to school dropout of adolescents and young people in Brazil through indicators based on continuous PNAD. This is a mapping of dropout, what its motivations are, and the occupational situation of young people outside school, from different socioeconomic, demographic, and area of residence clippings.
Exit and permanence in CadÚnico (Single Registry): An analysis of 2005 beneficiaries of the Bolsa Família Program (PBF)
IMDS, Oppen Social, Valdemar Neto and Cecilia Machado - April 2022
A new study analyzes the exit and permanence rates of the 2005 beneficiaries of the Bolsa Família program considering available data in the main mapping for social programs in 2019, with the first generation of children and adolescent beneficiaries of the program: 7-to-16-year-olds in poverty and extreme poverty in 2005.
Children and adolescents: characterization of per capita household income of children and adolescents in Brazil
IMDS and Oppen Social - September 2021
The third presentation of the series focused on the conditions of children and adolescents in Brazil. The composition of household income and what is behind the per capita income of households with children and adolescents is discussed herein, closing this series of studies. Based on the Continuous PNAD microdata of 2019, comparisons are made between the households of poor children and adolescents and those residing in the 20% highest per capita income households, investigating the ratio of financial dependency, occupation, and composition of household income, as well as other topics.
Children and adolescents: monetary poverty and conditions for skills development in Brazil
IMDS and Oppen Social - August 2021
Second presentation of the series focused on the conditions of children and adolescents in Brazil. From the data of the Continuous PNAD of 2012 to 2019, we compare the characteristics of households and their residents: poor children and adolescents as compared to those who live in households with the country's 20% highest per capita income, searching out the possible barriers to social mobility in Brazil.
Intergenerational Mobility GENERATIONS: Analysis by decades of birth of children – from 1920 to 1980
IMDS and Oppen Social – August 2021
The evolution of social mobility of Brazilian generations between the 1920s and 1980s is investigated, based on PNAD 1996 and 2014 microdata, seeking to observe the relationship between the education of the children and that of their parents, for those born in each decade.
Children and adolescents: magnitude of poverty and extreme poverty in Brazil
IMDS and Oppen Social - July 2021
First of a series of three presentations focused on poverty of children and adolescents. From the continuous PNAD data from 2012 to 2019, we present the evolution of situations of poverty and extreme monetary poverty among children and adolescents from 0 to 17 years of age in Brazil, dealing with the evolution of incidence, distribution, and poverty gap.
Profile of Children and adolescents during the pandemic: education
IMDS and Oppen Social – July 2021
Based on the IBGE experimental survey PNAD COVID-19, we present an education profile for children and adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic, analyzing issues such as access to school, the education network, how access was made during the pandemic, conditions for distance learning, and involvement of students with school activities throughout Brazil, the greater regions and states of the union, and by clippings of income, age bracket, beneficiaries of Bolsa Familia or Emergency Aid, among others.