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London’s First Cartonera Book Festival

London’s First Cartonera Book Festival Celebrates Cultural Activists from Latin America who Turn Waste into Books The first-ever...

Militias advance on Rio environmental reserve

By Mariana Simões, Agência Pública Agência Pública is a LAB partner, and provided this article for publication in...

Towards a Living Amazon: Rios de Encontro European tour

Rios de Encontro presents the origins and eco-cultural vision of the AfroRaiz Collective of young afro-indigenous...

Porto de Moz, Amazonia: it’s not just the fires — it’s...

Folks, I live in Porto de Moz, Pará, on the Xingu river. We’re in the middle of Amazonia, and you have no...

The Brumadinho dam collapse: six months on

This edited extract from Christian Aid Brazil Programme's newsletter, updates and expands on the earlier article published by LAB. 'The lessons of...

Protecting the Amazon rainforest: make indigenous communities the priority

Commenting on UK prime minister Boris Johnson's announcement of new funding to tackle deforestation...

Bolsonaro: is there method in his madness?

Post by Jan Rocha, 11 August 2019, São Paulo. Each day the list of outrageous, insulting, untruthful comments...

Guatemala: presidential hopefuls inspire little confidence

Written by Nathalie Mercier, Christian Aid’s Programme Officer in Guatemala Decision day is fast approaching for Guatemalans awaiting...

Mining: The Rivers are Bleeding

The vast expansion of British mega-mining in Latin America is displacing communities, destroying ecosystems, costing lives and polluting our planet. The Rivers...

Migration & displacement – LAB Newsletter July 2019

Dear LAB Supporter and Friend, 31 July 2019 Migration and Displacement at crisis point
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