Crimes against indigenous people
Daily Round-Up | Brazil under Lula adopt measures against illegal mining and more stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of Brazil taking steps to crack down on illegal mining, the US reiterating support for Israel, the passing of the anti-strike law in the UK, and crackdown on protests in the US

Daily Round-up | Anti-government protests in Peru intensify & other stories

In today’s episode, we bring you stories of anti-government protests in Peru intensifying, Iran warning of consequences of the terrorist tag on the IRGC, and Brazil opening investigations into crimes against indigenous people

US federal probe shows abuse, deaths in Indigenous boarding schools and other stories

Today we look at the US federal inquiry into Indigenous boarding schools, the murder of Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh, and more

Failed social experiment - Denmark Denmark offers official apology for racist social experiment on Greenlanders

As part of a social experiment program in 1951, the Danish government sent 22 Inuit children from Greenland to Denmark. Many of them remained separated from their families, lost their mother tongue and struggled with identity issues, facing severe trauma throughout their lives

Report finds Canadian TRC’s major calls to action still unaddressed and other stories

Today we look at a report on the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action, France’s withdrawal from the Timbuktu military base in Mali, and more

MSF reports civilians killed by Ethiopian soldiers in Tigray and other stories

Today we take a look at recent reports of the killing of civilians in the Tigray region, custodial deaths of Indigenous people in Australia, police repression against a protest in Jordan, and the key lessons learned as India marks 1 year of the Covid-19 lockdown

Australia aboriginal deaths Outrage and alarm after Australia’s fourth aboriginal custodial death this month

Aboriginal rights advocates have condemned the recent spate of custodial deaths as an indication that “something is seriously wrong” with law enforcement in the country