Censors from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) do today (24) a test of the 2022 Census in the quilombola community Campinho da Independência, in Paraty, in the south of Rio de Janeiro. In this census, for the first time, the IBGE will make a specific cut on the demographic, social and economic characteristics of the quilombolas, according to the institute.
The remaining communities of quilombos, groups formed by slaves who escaped from captivity to free themselves from this condition, are groups recognized by the 1988 Constitution as bearers of collective territorial rights.
Today, sanitary safety protocols, standards of approach and the specific questionnaire for these populations will be tested.
Tests for the 2022 Census, aimed at the general population, began in several Brazilian municipalities, in the 27 units of the Federation, on the day November 4th and will extend until mid from December.
The 2022 Census starts in June of next year and will visit all households in the country.
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