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Title: Brazil: Stonewall Global Workplace Briefings
Other Titles: Stonewall Global Diversity Champions
Keywords: Brazil
employment discrimination
gender identity
diversity in the workplace
Issue Date: Feb-2018
Publisher: Stonewall Equality Ltd.
Place of Publication: London: England
Series/Report no.: Stonewall Global Workplace Briefings
Description: In Stonewall’s Global Workplace Equality Index, broad legal zoning is used to group the differing challenges faced by organisations across their global operations. Brazil is classified as a Zone 2 country, which means sexual acts between people of the same sex are legal but no clear national employment protections exist. Two further zones exist. In Zone 1 countries, sexual acts between people of the same sex are legal and clear national employment protections exist on grounds of sexual orientation. In Zone 3 countries sexual acts between people of the same sex are illegal.
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