The United Nations Children’s Fund, Unicef, today (Nov. 12) launched a study showing the impacts of the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the Brazilian population.
A survey released Wednesday (Jun 12) by the Ministry of Justice and Public Security shows a 23 percent reduction in the number of homicides reported in Brazil in the first two months of 2019.
Last year, 110 indigenous people were killed in Brazil, according to data from the Special Secretariat for Indigenous Health, Sesai, linked to the Health Ministry. The cases were included in a report entitled Violence Against Indigenous Peoples – 2017, launched Thursday (Sep.
Misogyny, violence, and the lack of visibility within the LGBT movement itself are some of the biggest obstacles that Brazil’s National Lesbian Visibility Day—celebrated on Wednesday (Aug. 29)—aims to address.