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The Indigenous Brazil Violated Project

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Guarani-Kaiowa genocide

Cardiff University's Antonio Ioris, principal investigator of the Indigenous Brazil Violated project, presented a paper at the World Conference on Genocide Studies - II,...

Indigenous Brazil Violated Media Analysis Report

A report on seven Brazilian national and regional newspapers, from January 2016 to April 2020, by Tom Gatehouse, for Latin America Bureau in partnership with Cardiff University.
Indigenous peoples in Brazil mobilize in “Red April” to battle COVID-19. Image courtesy APIB

Indigenous Brazil Violated: project continues, despite Covid-19

AHRC funded Project: “Challenges and Risks Faced by Indigenous Peoples in Today’s Brazil: Unpacking Vulnerability and Multiple Reactions" Following the original research plan, the activities...

Aid provided for Guarani-Kaiowá

Brazilian partners in the Indigenous Brazil Violated project, led by Dr Jones Goettert, collected food and cleaning/sanitizing products and delivered them to Guarani-Kaiowá communities....

Uncontacted tribes could be exterminated by Covid-19

This article was first published on 6 April 2020 by Newsweek. You can read the original article here. The COVID-19 pandemic could “wipe out”...

Project Events

Amazon: rising violence and disturbing trends

Oxford Colloquium: 30 January - 2 February 2020 Resources from the Conference Programme & Speakers The Oxford Letter for the Amazon Carta de Oxford para a Amazônia (in...

Project publications

Frontiers of Development in the Amazon: Riches, Risks, and Resistances

Frontiers of Development in the Amazon: Riches, Risks, and Resistances contributes to ongoing debates on the processes of change in the Amazon, a region...