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Stanford social innovation magazine launches Portuguese edition


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The first issue of the SSIR Brasil magazine (Stanford Social Innovation Review Brasil) will be launched next Thursday (29), in São Paulo.

SSIR is published by the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society at Stanford University. The objective, according to the publication, is to bring together the academic community and professionals from the third sector, private social investment, social movements and the broader public interested in social innovation in Brazil.

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The Portuguese language version is a partnership between Samambaia Filantropias and Fundação José Luiz Egydio Setúbal with RFM Editores. The two institutions also act as institutional sponsors of the project, alongside the Humanitas360 Institute and the Bem Maior Movement.

The magazine will bring articles translated from the American edition and materials produced in Brazil.

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The launch ceremony begins at 5:15 pm, with the reception and distribution of the printed magazine, followed by a presentation by Carolina Martinez, general director of the Brazilian version of the publication, and Ana Ferrari, editor-in-chief of the magazine.

There is also a discussion table with the supporters of SSIR Brasil: Guilherme Coelho (Samambaia Filantropias), José Luiz Egydio Setúbal (José Luiz Egydio Setúbal Foundation), Patrícia Villela Marino (Humanitas360) and Richard Sippli (Movimento Bem Maior).

There will also be a debate on social entrepreneurship in the periphery of Brazil, with Edgard Barki, coordinator of the Entrepreneurship and New Business Center at FGV and advisor to third sector organizations and impact businesses.

He will talk about the research that gave rise to one of the articles published in the magazine, with the participation of DJ Bola, co-founder of Associação A Banca and Anip (Articuladora de Negócios de Impacto da Periferia).

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