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Guarani Indian leader and film-star Ambrósio Vilhalva has been murdered, after decades of campaigning for his tribe’s right to live on their ancestral land.
Yanomami Indians from Brazil and Venezuela met last month in Venezuela to discuss indigenous rights and national policies with government officials and NGOs.
Ahead of World Mental Health Day on 10 October, Survival International has revealed shocking new suicide figures afflicting the Guarani tribe in Brazil.
Survival International has protested at Brazil's London embassy in support of indigenous demonstratorsl protesting at attacks on their land rights in Brazil.
Brazilian Guarani Indians have carried out a courageous ‘retomada’ (re-occupation) of the sugar cane plantation that has taken over their ancestral land.
Brazil’s Public Prosecutors have called for the closure of a security firm accused of carrying out brutal attacks on Guarani communities and of killing at least two of their leaders.
Survivors of a massacre in which sixteen Yanomami Indians were killed by illegal gold-miners 20 years ago have spoken out as miners continue to invade their land.
The 37th edition of the book Brasil: Nunca Mais is an important record of a time marked by the imprisonment of more than 50,000 Brazilian during the military rule.
A new website documenting human rights violations perpetrated by former military dictatorship in Brazil has been launched in Sao Paulo.
Brazilian Indians have joined protestors in calling for an end to the onslaught on indigenous rights by the government.
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