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Brazil’s Lula Reaffirms Commitment to Family Vouchers

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva reaffirmed Saturday, June 4, his commitment to, ...

Brazil’s Inequality: 1% of Richest Have as Much as 50% of Poorest

The 1.7 million wealthiest Brazilians, which correspond to 1% of the country’s population, have ...

Transplants in Brazil: What Kills Is Waiting In Line

More than half the transplant surgeries in Latin America are performed in Brazil, and ...

A New and Improved Gold Rush

One decade after the first gold rush, the mob is back again in Serra ...

Some Lessons from Brazil to Fight World Poverty

Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva announced that, during his visit to New ...

Brazil: More Power to Quilombos

Quilombos are rural Afro-Brazilian communities that originated in the 17th century with the rebellion ...

Let’s Stop Forgetting

To improve Brazil’s image abroad, we need to make changes at home and, inspired ...

Business as Usual

By Brazzil Magazine The Global Justice Center (Centro de Justiça Global), the Pastoral Land ...

In the World’s Hunger Ranking Brazil Is 27

The United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Program (FAO) released a report in Rome, ...