Article by Carmela Zigoni, Inesc's political advisor.
Urgent call to OAS Member States
In just over 24 hours, Michel Temer gave clear signs of his commitment to dismantling rights guarantee and anti-corruption institutions.
Increased political polarization has fueled the growth of the far right wing and repression of social movements, writes Sarah Roure. - See more at: http://newint.org/blog/2016/05/05/impeachment-of-brazils-dilma-rousseff-is-setback/#sthash.iL95bwlM.dpuf
Better budgeting practices have helped reveal the country's inequality and dysfunctional politics.
Wages, labor and taxation policies in focus
Note of Inesc about the Brazilian political moment.
The top rated issues of the 2nd. public consultation for the construction of the 3rd Action Plan for Open Government includes 'environment', 'budget transparency', 'open government in the sub national level and 'education'.
INTERNATIONAL JOINT STATEMENT - March 4, 2016 - Planet Earth
Education and culture firmly support diversity
Text prepared after workshops on Tax Justice for a Better World held during the Thematic World Social Forum in 2016 in Porto Alegre.
Demands for tax justice have resounded worldwide, with inequality at historic and unsustainable levels and increased attention towards the tax practices of major multinational corporations from Google to Starbucks.
Written by Kerry Cardoza.
Public statement of Brazil’s Popular Front (Frente Brasil Popular) and Forum 21.
Living with the aluminum and kaolin industry in the Brazilian Amazon
The quiz reveals details of how the country’s mining sector seem to be designed to allow the mining industry to profit as high as they can, while having less socio-environmental responsibility as possible.
By Dev Kar