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PEC 241 and its bombshell effect for the constitutional rights of the Brazilian population

PEC 241 and its bombshell effect for the constitutional rights of the Brazilian population

By Grazielle David, Policy Advisor, Institute for Socioeconomic Studies (INESC)

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Hasty voting of national Budgetary Guidelines Law for 2017 disrespects the Brazilian society

Hasty voting of national Budgetary Guidelines Law for 2017 disrespects the Brazilian society

Dozens of civil society organizations and social movements registered requests of reconsideration due to omission during the project’s legislative transit and called upon its return to the Joint Budgetary Committee of the National Congress.

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Austerity strikes human rights in Latin America

Austerity strikes human rights in Latin America

In times of crisis, Latin American countries cut social spending and compromise the quality of life of the poorest ones

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The democracy was broken once again in Brazil history

The democracy was broken once again in Brazil history

Article by Sarah Roure, Christian Aid's Brazil Programme Officer.

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Call for solidarity and participation! People’s Forum on BRICS - Goa, India

Call for solidarity and participation! People’s Forum on BRICS - Goa, India

The 8th BRICS Summit will be held in Goa, India, next October.

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Olympic Games: Rio showcasing the Brazil violence and inequality

Olympic Games: Rio showcasing the Brazil violence and inequality

Sarah de Roure, Christian Aid Programme Officer-Brazil

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2016 Olympic Games: What Rio doesn’t want the world to see

2016 Olympic Games: What Rio doesn’t want the world to see

By Letícia Osório, Ford Foundation's Program Officer

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Temer Government: What the first 24 hours reveal

Temer Government: What the first 24 hours reveal

In just over 24 hours, Michel Temer gave clear signs of his commitment to dismantling rights guarantee and anti-corruption institutions.

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Impeachment of Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff is a setback for the whole country

Impeachment of Brazil’s Dilma Rousseff is a setback for the whole country

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

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The Good News in Brazil's Two-Headed Crisis

The Good News in Brazil's Two-Headed Crisis

Better budgeting practices have helped reveal the country's inequality and dysfunctional politics.

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'Social Participation' is the most voted theme by brazilians for Open Government's 3rd Action Plan

'Social Participation' is the most voted theme by brazilians for Open Government's 3rd Action Plan

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'.

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Signing of the Diversity Charter

Signing of the Diversity Charter

Education and culture firmly support diversity

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