Published in: democraciaAbierta: InvestigationHamangaí: Brazil’s Indigenous women find their power after colonial abuse
Violence against women and girls has long been a taboo subject for Brazil’s Indigenous communities. No more
Published in: democraciaAbierta: InvestigationBrazil’s Indigenous peoples mobilise against encroachment on their lands
As agribusiness, a slow legal system and Bolsonaro’s policies threaten lands, Indigenous peoples are fighting back
Published in: democraciaAbierta: FeatureDani Silva: Displaced from her home – but fighting to save all of ours
The Belo Monte dam’s construction forced 14,000 from their homes in Brazil's Amazon and disrupted a vital ecosystem
Julián: facing the road that destroys his part of the Amazon
The struggle of this Achuar leader against extractivism and the advancement of infrastructure toward the jungle...
Dani: LGBT+ and environmental activism in the Tapajós National Forest
Dani, an activist who fights to preserve the Brazilian jungle and for LGBT rights within her community, is the...
Ednei: This is Maró Indigenous Land
The communities of the Brazil's Amazonian face challenges due to aggressive industrial activities, today encouraged...