By Castro, Mary Garcia; Abramovay, Miriam; Rua, Maria das Graças
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1 Working conditions The information collected through the examination of the projects reveals a variety of situations that require a careful description of the relationship between youth and work. The way the youths enter the job market differs from one project to another. They all require that the youths study although some of them support the idea that youth is the time for learning and fun rather than work. There are those that link their activities in the areas of art and culture, sports, and social studies to training and an introduction to work.
66 Cultivating life, disarming violence Santo Agostinho, in 1997, in the same age group, 16% of deaths were due to internal causes and 84% to general violence. In 1996 the figures were respectively 41% from internal causes and 59% from general violence. In fact, as Table 10 shows, death from violence is particularly noticeable among young people aged between 15 and 24, varying from the minimum of 29% in São Luís and 31% in Salvador to the startling proportion of 97% in Camaragibe. If we compare only state capitals, the percentage of young people who lost their lives through violence (as opposed to internal causes) varies from the previously mentioned 29% and 31% (São Luís and Salvador).
If the guy is wrong, like he said the guy was wrong - if he got mixed up in it he would die too, then you’ve got to learn what you got to do - you got to learn to run. You don’t have a record, but when they shoot, you got to run with the dealers. There were times when the guy had nothing to do with anything, he was in a house full of drug dealers and the police get there and they just want to kill everyone. Why? If you don’t run, you stay and you die. ’ And nobody wants that to happen to them. 67 Indeed, several of those interviewed emphasized that violence is a permanent part of the daily lives of these youths: They tell you so many stories that make your hair stand on end, you can hardly believe them.