Brazilian troops in Haiti - Photo: Marcio Schiavon

    13 Years Later, After Contributing 37,000 Troops, Brazil Is Ready to Leave Haiti

    After 13 years of operations and numerous announcements about the closure date, the Brazilian ...

    Michel Temer, then vice-president, at the arrival of União frigate in Lebanon

    Brazil Leads UNIFIL, a Task Force to Keep Peace Between Lebanon and Israel

    The Maritime Task Force (FTM, per its Portuguese acronym) of the United Nations Interim ...

    Brazil has never signed the UN convention against cluster munitions - © DanChurchAid

    Made-in-Brazil Banned Cluster Bombs Are Maiming and Killing in the Middle East

    On 15 February 2017, the Saudi Arabia-led coalition fired Brazilian-manufactured cluster munitions on three ...

    Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff and UN secretary general Ban Ki-Moon

    Brazil President Tells UN She Wants More Power for Developing Countries

    President Dilma Rousseff criticized on September 24 the delay in providing developing countries with ...

    Refugees arrive in Brazil

    Brazil Signs Agreement with UN to Take Care of Its 7,000 Refugees

    The Brazilian Federal Prosecution Service (MPF, in the Portuguese acronym) and the United Nations ...

    Zero Hunger program

    With UN’s Help Brazil Becomes Center of Fight Against Global Hunger

    Brazil and the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) have joined forces to launch ...

    Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff at UN

    First Woman to Open UN General Assembly, Brazil President to Defend Palestine’s Statehood

    Dilma Rousseff, the president of Brazil, will become on Wednesday the first woman ever ...