Through its Annual Report, the Humanitas360 Institute brings together in a single document all the main information about its activities to reduce violence and promote citizenship of vulnerable populations in Brazil and Latin America. In addition to detailing the actions, the publication contains the Theory of Change that guides each project.
The content of the Annual Report is divided according to the H360’s Matrix of Programs and Projects. The Behind and Beyond Bars Entrepreneurship program includes the social cooperatives created inside and outside prisons to attend women prisoners, those who have left the prison system and women victims of domestic violence. It also includes the partnership with the social business Tereza, which sells articles produced by the cooperatives, and the LAB360 project, which takes computers to prison units so that people deprived of their liberty can study and carry out virtual social visits.
The Information and Research program includes the guide for people who have left the prison system I’m Free, Now What?, the Citizen Engagement Index in the Americas and the making of the documentary Weaving Freedom, which reveals the contradictions of the Brazilian prison system from a female perspective. Finally, the Institutional Partnerships program presents the new Tereza brand workshops and stores inaugurated this year in São Luís, Maranhão, and in Peruíbe, on the coast of São Paulo, where also operates the Casa das Marias, which welcomes and guides women victims of domestic violence.
Access the full H360 Annual Report via the link below.