Covid-19 and Deforestation: A daunting threat for indigenous health

By Pedro Gagliardi      [9 min read] Until this day, December 14th, the Brazilian Ministry of Health estimates that Brazil has reached an impressive record of more than  6.9 million Covid-19 cases followed by almost 181 thousand deaths in the country. At international level, Brazil, according to John Hopkins University, currently represents more than… Read More Covid-19 and Deforestation: A daunting threat for indigenous health

Brazil’s leading environment policymaker addresses post-Trump climate change conversation and new challenges for the 2020’s

On November 18, join us for a conversation with former Minister of the Environment Izabella Monica Teixeira, one of the leading voices of the global conversation on enviromental issues, with a vast international leadership experience in sustainability policymaking, specially regarding indigenous communities. Providing the global conversation with precious insights on what the Brazilian agenda should be for… Read More Brazil’s leading environment policymaker addresses post-Trump climate change conversation and new challenges for the 2020’s

Sexual Violence against Children and Adolescents in Brazil: What does it mean?

By Gabriela Silvestrini [9 min read] Sexual violence is an ancient global pandemic that does not choose economy, color, age, or place. Unfortunately and not surprisingly, high numbers of sexual violence are committed by men against women, regardless of age, including babies. In 2019, according to the National Human Rights Ombudsman, Brazil registered 17 thousand… Read More Sexual Violence against Children and Adolescents in Brazil: What does it mean?