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Learning K’iche’: “Guatemala, utz awech?”

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Learning a language always opens our eyes. Communicating in another language does not mean just translating word-by-word ideas and concepts, but rather this journey forces us...

Amazon at Risk: it affects us all

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‘Amazon at Risk – it affects us all’ This was the theme of an event held in Belém, in the Brazilian Amazon, which started on...

Bolivia: 50 NGOs offer to work for peace

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https://www.facebook.com/CabildeoDigital/videos/2565826723498833/ More than 50 development and human rights institutions in Bolivia have come together to appeal for a peaceful solution as the country is plunged...

We are the Amazon

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After the Catholic Church started the preparation for its Amazon Synod, Christian Aid’s Latin America and the Caribbean division worked with faith-based organisations across the region. Together...

Colombia: as the peace accords atrophy, it’s back to armed force

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Colombia is once again at the of international news stories, with the announcement of a return to arms by some former leaders of the...

N.E.Brazil: church mission denounces water inequality

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Brazil is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world and contains 20% of the Earth´s water springs – but all this is threatened...

Colombia´s anti-drugs policies: evidence versus ideology

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In Colombia, a new voluntary crop substitution programme was designed with participation of many of the small-scale coca producers themselves. This was a key...

Petition for the Amazon: put people’s rights first

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***** to sign, click here Rainforest fires: put Amazonian people's rights first. LAB partner Christian Aid is inviting the public to sign a new petition...

The Brumadinho dam collapse: six months on

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

Protecting the Amazon rainforest: make indigenous communities the priority

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Commenting on UK prime minister Boris Johnson's announcement of new funding to tackle deforestation in the Amazon, Christian Aid’s Bolivia country ...

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