The reports released by The Intercept on Sunday confirm the suspicion held by many that the incarceration and silencing of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva had deep political motivations
2018 saw the conviction and incarceration of former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva who was posed to run in October 2018 elections
The inauguration of the Sanders Institute in Vermont saw left-leaning and progressive leaders, activists and authors discuss solutions for global problems, such as lack of accessible healthcare, homelessness and environmental degradation.
Activists, scholars and community leaders from around the world met at the Peoples Forum in New York to discuss ways to strengthen the connections between the global working class, and meet the challenges of the resurgent right
Federal Judge Sergio Moro will serve as the Minister of Justice in Jair Bolsonaro’s government
The extreme right-wing candidate of the Social Liberal Party won 55.3% of the vote, while Fernando Haddad of the Workers Party came second with 44.7% of the vote
With ultra right wing candidate Bolsonaro leading the election fray, the threat of violence and repressions against people’s movements looms.
The MST’s Débora Nunes talks about the campaign against Bolsonaro, the threats of a potential fascist presidency and the role of international solidarity
Tomorrow, the people of Brazil will be making a choice of paramount importance, between liberty and pluralism and retrograde authoritarianism
Elections in Brazil, second ballot for democracy
The gap between the two candidates is closing in these historically divisive elections, and pro-democratic messages are on the rise
Academic freedom in research spaces, the protection of the country’s biodiversity and Brazil’s role in the global struggle against climate change are among the key areas where a Bolsonaro government may have a disastrous impact, scientists fear.