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We are facing the neglect of the State, fighting for the right to live
while helping the contaminated and honoring the legacy of those who did not survive the new coronavirus.
To expand national and international solidarity in addressing the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic among Brazilian indigenous peoples, on August 9, APIB promoted the live “Maracá – Indigenous Emergency”, which can now be watched in eight episodes!
OVERVIEW OF COVID-19 WITHIN THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE
Investment funds injected US$ 54.1 billion into mining companies with interests in Indigenous territories in the Amazon
A new report by the Association of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil – Apib and Amazon Watch reveals the main investors of eight large mining companies, including Vale, Anglo American, and Belo Sun, that wish to explore Indigenous territories in Brazil. North American funds are among the main backers. BlackRock, Capital Group, and Vanguard invested USD 14.8 billion in these companies
Tarumã Declaration: Statement on the climate crisis by the Indigenous Peoples of the Brazilian Amazon
The struggle of Indigenous Peoples is a global one!
Message from Apib to world leaders, policy makers, businessmen and civil society organizations gathered for COP26
Foto: Juliana Pesqueira A II Marcha das Mulheres Indígenas será realizada nesta sexta-feira (10) e não mais na manhã de hoje, 9 de setembro, como estava prevista na programação da mobilização, em Brasília. A decisão tem como objetivo garantir a vida das mulheres,...