Interview with Redouane Amine, moderator of the Neighbourhood Communities Program.
The project Youth Manifesto is part of the E-Motive iniciative, a network of organizations that has as an objective to share innovative solutions for local and globals issues.
The public budget in Distrito Federal promove or violate rights? Actvists from Nossa Brasília Movement got together Thursday night (18/6) in Brasilia to answer that question, debating urban mobility concepts, public policies and budget programs that are monitorated in Brazil's federal capital, and present the Urban Mobility Thematic Budget's construction methodology.
There’s a tendency to think about new democratic processes based on social networks and virtual participation. We have to make better use of this possibility, but redesigning democracy entirely based on it is unfeasible.
Workshop discusses budget monitoring and social participation in Brazil, Uganda and the The Netherlands
How to deepen democracy in countries with such different realities as Brazil, Uganda and The Netherlands?
Fiscal openness has been a refrain in the global discourse on good and democratic public governance for a number of decades.
Women’s, Feminists and other civil society NGOs from Latin America and the Caribbean Statement
"World Cup for whom and for what? A look upon the legacy of the World Cups in Brazil, South Africa and Germany"
Last week two important global events were taking place at the same time: the Open Knowledge Festival, in Berlin, and the BRICS meeting, at Fortaleza, Brazil. But, in what way can both agendas interconnect?
For 10 days, the Israeli army has continued to intensify its bombings of the Palestinian territory of the Gaza strip, causing the death of hundreds of Palestinian civilians, including children. The Israeli army has now launched a land invasion which will undoubtedly lead to an even greater loss of Palestinian lives.
The BTAP is an initiative launched in 2011 and rejoin over 130 organizations in over 60 countries, among them, Brazil. The movement fight for transparency and inclusiveness of the public budget - essential items to ensure the realization of human rights, social justice and environmental sustainability as well as to reduce social inequalities and reducing poverty. Check the reports of activities developed by the countries below.
The International Round Table took place in São Paulo on November 4, 5 and 6 and had the presence ofseveral PAD sectors representatives, as well as two guest speakers: Wenche Fone (development policiesdirector at the Norwegian Church Aid) and Priya Lukka (economist boss of the Department of Politics)1.
Political capture and economic inequality
Fernanda Cruz / Flávia Villela / Bruno Bocchini / Isabela Vieira / Thaís Antônio - Agência Brasil