Brazilians are required to file income tax returns if they earned at least BRL 28,559.70 in taxable income or BRL 142,798.50 in gross income from rural activities.
The initiative was created in 2003, during President Lula’s first term in office, and combines a set of public policies and facilitates families’ access to basic rights, such as health, education, and welfare.
Opening the general debate of heads of state at the 78th UN General Assembly in New York, he said that inequality is the main challenge facing humanity, and, in order to overcome it, “hunger, poverty, war, disrespect for human beings” should inspire indignation among leaders.
During the debate of heads of state at the 78th United Nations (UN) General Assembly, in New York, President Lula noted that hunger affects 735 mi people globally, and recalled the first time he took part in the event, back in 2003.
In addition to income, drivers such as food, education, child labor, housing, water, sanitation, and access to information were also considered as major indicators in the research.