Instituto Liberta was born at the end of 2016 from the desire of a philanthropist: Elie Horn, as a member of Giving Pledge, tooked on the commitment to donate part of his personal assets to social causes and chose as a major mission to combat the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in Brazil. Liberta's mission is to combat the sexual exploitation of children and adolescents in Brazil in all its forms.
We are aware of the complexity of the issue and that, therefore, any proposal for confrontation is also of great breadth and complexity, involving several and different actors. We believe that the path to eradicate sexual exploitation of children and adolescents involves the following steps:
. Make people aware of the seriousness of the problem, denaturalizing this practice in part incorporated and socially accepted.
. Persuade society to denounce.
. Work with the improvement of the child and adolescent protection network.
. Work for the improvement of legislation on the subject.
. Make better the quality of information and data about the problem.
Lawyer, Professor of Law at PUC-SP. She was a Police Chief, Secretary of Youth, Sports and Leisure of the State of São Paulo and Secretary of Social Assistance and Development of the Municipality of São Paulo.
Pedagogue, specialist in early childhood education, was Assistant Secretary for Social Assistance and Development in São Paulo. And is Counselor of Education of the Municipality of São Paulo.
Public administrator formed by Fundação Getúlio Vargas.