Published in: 50.50: NewsHow Brazil’s homeschooling movement cheered the country’s failed coup
Social media posts show homeschooling advocates supported far-right attempts to overturn Lula’s win against Bolsonaro
Published in: democraciaAbierta: OpinionBrazil’s Indigenous peoples survived Bolsonaro. Now Lula has won, what next?
Bolsonaro’s genocidal policies devastated Indigenous communities. After four years of trauma, they can breathe again
Published in: 50.50: OpinionNow Bolsonaro is gone, human rights must be top of Brazil’s agenda
OPINION: We must improve sexual and reproductive health and rights in Brazil, says the IPPF’s regional director
Brazil breaks new ground in the global fight against fake news
After enduring years of online toxicity, Brazil now wants to show the world how to crack down on disinformation
Brazilian democracy will emerge stronger from this day of infamy
Lula and his government must take a hard line against the Bolsonaristas’ coup plotters and their financial backers
Published in: 50.50: OpinionBolsonaro is leaving office, but his far-right movement is here to stay
Opinion: The outgoing Brazilian president is merely a symptom of the conservative tide sweeping Latin America
Published in: Changemakers: FeatureHow Brazil’s mothers helped Lula win the election
A digital community once focused on the challenges of parenting became a unique space for political empowerment
Bolsonaro has conceded. What next for Lula and Brazil?
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva must govern a divided Brazil. But as fears of a Bolsonaro coup subside, there is hope