Monday, December 6, 2021
Now the cup is over, Brazil's media are seeking to blame any shortfall in commercial profits on the social movements and demonstrators. What a cheek!
Reversing a long-standing pattern, migrants are coming back from São Paulo and Rio to smaller cities in Pernambuco and other north-eastern states.
Brazilian documentary makers are currently working to discover the way water is used in Brazil’s most populated area. Volume Vivo is an audiovisual research project that intends to look at the causes of, and the solutions for, the São Paulo water crisis.
How long can the authorities dither over the growing water crisis affecting Brazil's southeast?
Former LAB editor Javier Farje visited Caracas recently and explored communities and walked the streets of the Venezuelan capital to find a people who are not prepared to give up just yet.

Land in Brazil

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Land, its ownership, demarcation, use, settlement and exploitation have been and remain at the heart of many of the social struggles in Brazil.
A new middle class is flaunting its wealth, in original ways: startling new palaces are being created in the El Alto district of La Paz.
Documentary project Volume Vivo is releasing a series of films to chart the progress and causes of the acute water crisis in Brazil's most populous state.
São Paulo's ongoing water crisis highlights the role of water company Sabesp and the failure of the 'public-private' partnership model.
Re-thinking the city of São Paulo

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