2015
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12902015133201
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Abstract: This paper deals with the participation of worker representatives in workers' health inter-sector commissions (in Portuguese, CIST). Moreover, it approaches these professionals' strategies to defend the workers' right to health. In order to achieve these goals, we reviewed the literature to find the main ideas in this field, read conference reports and interviewed worker representatives who participate in the coordination of these commissions at the state level, especially in São Paulo, and in the national CIS… Show more

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“…A practical suggestion is considering the choice and the listening to, enabling democratization (SILVA, 2012). Besides, health and education practices should go against all the oppressive conducts from the market to exist production of new rules and ideas under the perspective of social justice through the mobilization of institutions (ARTUR, 2015).…”
Section: Final Considerationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A practical suggestion is considering the choice and the listening to, enabling democratization (SILVA, 2012). Besides, health and education practices should go against all the oppressive conducts from the market to exist production of new rules and ideas under the perspective of social justice through the mobilization of institutions (ARTUR, 2015).…”
Section: Final Considerationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A realidade da qual nos aproximamos confirma as informações indicadas nas publicações da área (Artur, 2015;Gomes e Lacaz, 2005;Lacaz, 2007;Hoefel e Severo, 2011). Esses estudos, por sua vez, apontaram para ações precárias e institucionais desarticuladas, em que grandes contingentes de trabalhadores estão fora do alcance da política de saúde, não sendo considerados protagonistas na condução dos processos da política de saúde.…”
Section: Conclusãounclassified