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1. Regional Human Development Report for Latin America and the Caribbean, UNDP, 2010
2. Left Behind by the G20? How inequality and environmental degradation threaten to exclude poor people from the benefits of economic growth, OXFAM
3. The Scandal of Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean, Christian Aid
4. Structural Change for Equality, An Integrated Approach to Development, ECLAC.
5. The Real Brazil, Christian Aid & CEBRAP.
6. The Spirit Level, Why Equality is Better for Everyone, Richard Wilkinson & Kate Pickett, The Equality Trust.
We've collected a number of resources from across the web which provide interesting information on Latin America and the topics our organisation covers.
One of the most noticeable -- and likable -- characteristics of Rio de Janeiro has been how the rich in their luxury apartments have lived cheek by jowl with the poor in their favelas on the city's morros
In an important breakthrough, a Colombian trade unionist,Gilberto Torres, is today beginning a court case in London against BP for its involvement in his abdication by paramilitaries in 2002. Torres
| Brazil - LAB | On 11 May around 15 Munduruku students at UFOPA (Federal University of West Pará) carried out an act of protest against the research being developed by a Brazilian social anthropologist,
The English translation of a remarkable novel written by the Brazilian journalist Bernardo Kucinski which tells the true story of a father's search for his daughter, 'disappeared' during the military dictatorship.