When the Territory joins the forces with the feminine of Ewá, the sun sets on a horizon of socio-environmental harmony.
Tewá means “technology” in the Yorubá language, social technology that we build in partnership with our customers in all sectors of the economy.
We weave social transformation through the application of socio-economic knowledge in the areas of sustainability and public policy, in all sectors of the economy.
But for us to do this in a way that generates shared value, we need to know that the path matters as much as the destination. Therefore, article 225 (Brazilian Constitution of 1988) guides our practice, making it democratic, participative, involving, so that society can co-create its future.
We are a company led by women guardians of important knowledge in the socio-environmental area. Get to know our work and weave this story with us.
WHAT WE BELIEVE IN
Know to Transform
The generation of content, data and social indicators is just the starting point for a sustainable and restorative practice. It is necessary that the reading of these contents become narratives and be appropriated by the actors who participate in the change process.
Leadership with Participation
All truly transformative processes engage their participants in the joint construction of the result. This is not to say that there is no leadership. On the contrary, when the process is open to dialogue, natural leaders appear and are strengthened by the collective.
We believe that it is necessary to ask permission when we enter someone else's house (LSO), however we can be visitors with empty hands or take something to share together. Generating shared value is the starting point for social licensing.
State, cradle of conciliation
The State in its essence has several theoretical meanings. We believe that it is a web of relations between groups, mediated by laws and bureaucracies that allow for the conciliation of interests. In this sense, the involvement of public authorities and the opportunity to create transformative policies serve different interests, generating benefits for communities and monitoring relationships.
EXPERIENCE OF ACTION WITH THE 3 SECTORS
Companies, social organizations and governments. These are the agents of the transformation we believe in. Our company has experience in working with all of them and believes that it is in building governance and partnerships that we can achieve our purpose.
Nowadays it is possible to obtain services in the area of socio-economic research with different organizations. However, research, when carried out by specialist researchers, is a great tool for inclusion and awareness. Our team is made up of social scientists with extensive experience in theoretical and empirical research, whose aim is not to gather information, but to generate value for the client and the community.
RESEARCH DONE BY RESEARCHERS
In the market of competition and individuality, values such as listening, welcoming, raising awareness and acting together are differentials. Our company is led by women engaged in social transformation, for whom the “how” we do matters as much as the result achieved.
It is possible to carry out great transformations from a distance and in the digital age we can see many opportunities. However, our team is made up of consultants with solid field experience, dialogue tools and community empowerment, as well as an immense pleasure in getting to know the different realities with their own eyes.
A FOOT IN THE COMMUNITY
KNOWLEDGE OF MARKET
The work is planned to generate shared value and with a focus on knowledge management. We ensure reports and presentation of results with quality standards and support the client from the stage of defining the scope of work because we are loyal to what we are committed to.
Sociologist and Master in Spatial Planning and Management, specializing in Sustainable Development Goals. Founder of Tewá 225, she is a consultant in socio-economics and public policy, having worked in partnership with UNESCO, IUCN and others for the past 7 years. Represented Brazil at the 16th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, in Bogotá, giving a lecture on social justice and ODS 16. She worked at Instituto Votorantim in the Public Management Support Program, in partnership with BNDES and IDB, benefiting municipalities throughout Brazil with fundraising and urban and regional planning. With experience in culture and sustainability, she created the Sustainable Boutique, an initiative to re-educate fashion consumption, for 8 years. Among her main publications are the articles "The governance of the Sustainable Development Goals" (SONCK, 2015) and "Corporate leadership in the 21th century". (SONCK, 2016), awarded by UFABC as the best article in innovation.
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Environmental Technician and Psychologist, specialist in Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability. Over the past 10 years, she has worked with the three sectors of the economy, leading and leading corporate social responsibility projects with Petrobrás and Votorantim Cimentos, where she mediated the social license process for the installation of factories in the cities of Pará and São Paulo. As a consultant in the Public Management Support Program (BNDES and Votorantim Institute), she accompanied 23 Municipalities in projects to modernize management and improve public services. Led, as Regional Manager of Social Mobilization for SEJA DIGITAL, 4 work fronts to switch off the analogue TV signal throughout the Baixada Santista/SP. She is currently a consultant in results evaluation and social impact.
Sociologist (PUC-SP), Master in Spatial Planning and Management (UFABC) and PhD student in Sociology (UFSCar). Researcher with a focus on urban sociology, she participated in the Observatory of Removals project, developed by FAU-USP and UFABC in partnership with the Ford Foundation. Worked at the company COBRAPE with the development of qualitative methodologies and social indicators (sustainability and job and income generation) for SEHAB-SP and the Ministry of Cities. She has experience in monitoring and evaluating public policies in territories affected by infrastructure and urbanization works. Among her main publications are “Between informality and the right to live: Forms of resistance in the city of São Paulo and the ABC” (MALLAK et al., 2016), “Judicialization of urban land conflicts and the right to housing.” (MALLAK, 2017).