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Cholet – the Work of Freddy Mamani, who built Salas de...

Documentary film, one hour long, showing the  Salas de Eventos - over 60 in number - that have been designed and built...

The Peace Agreement three years on – Afro-Colombian and Indigenous perspectives

Three years ago, the Colombian government and its armed opponents of fifty years signed a peace agreement that offered a framework for ending violent...

Ojos Ilegales RED – Francisco Elías Prada – Angela Rodriguez Torres

La búsqueda de la utopía social para nosotros es un apostolado, tenemos el compromiso humano como eje y a la fotografía y...

The Amazon comes to Cologne

Letter No 2 from Elisa Dias, Cabelo Seco, Marabá, 13 June 2019 Dear Friends, My...

The power of the first generation without hope

by Eliane Brum In May, I gave a talk at Harvard University on the Amazon and creating futures...

An Amazon view of Brussels

Letter from Elisa. Rios de Encontro. 4 June 2019 Dear Friends, When I was leaving...

Indigenous Brazilian electronic art comes to London’s British Academy

by Shafik Meghji A fishing net that recreates the sound of the ocean. An earthenware pot that emits...

Brazil guts environmental agencies, clears way for unchecked deforestation

The Bolsonaro administration has launched policies that undermine IBAMA, Brazil’s environmental agency, and ICMBio (The Chico Mendes Institute) which protects the nation’s...

Brazil’s Sateré-Mawé move to reclaim ancestral lands

The Andirá-Marau Indigenous Reserve in Brazil’s Amazonas state — in a remote part of the Amazon basin — covers 7,885...

El Salvador: reconciliation or impunity?

El Salvador’s Legislative Assembly is expected to vote soon on a controversial new 'Special Law of Transitional and Restorative Justice for National...