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the globalization is a phenomenon structurally associated to the capitalism, not recent and world-wide that ‘ ‘ … has as base the advance of the capital (companies and banks) in search of new markets and places of investments stop beyond the geopolitical borders. … this advance if has accented remarkably and involved beyond the commerce and of the material production, the services, the cultural goods … ‘ ‘. (ARRUDA apud ROSSATO, 1998, p. 12). 3 Defines Neoliberalismo as ‘ ‘ doctrine proposal for French economists, Germans and North Americans, in the first half of sXX, come back toward the adaptation of the principles of classic liberalism to the requirements of a regulating and assistencialista State … developed from the decade of 1970, that it defends absolute freedom of market and a restriction to the state intervention on the economy, only having to still occur in essential sectors and thus in degree mnimo.’ ‘ (HOUAISS and VILLAR, 2001, P. 2009). 4 In moving to this question, Brando (2002, P. 72-120) presents and bases ten ideas, principles to think a destined education to form one human being with vocation citizen. 5 the conception of solidarity is not identified as practical of action of charity assisting poor (assistencialismo), but to an ethical imperative front the injustices, the exclusion, the discrimination. I am in accordance with Gentili (2002, P. 33) how much to the solidarity definition as ‘ ‘ … synonymous of social commitment and fight for the radical transformation of the practical ones that historically they condemn to the misery and the exclusion thousand of beings.