COP28: Apib Urges Land Demarcation as Primary Climate Commitment and Exposes the Perils of Oil Exploration in Indigenous Territories
The indigenous delegation in Dubai made history as the largest ever at a Climate Conference, called for the recognition of indigenous territory demarcation as a climate policy and denounced Brazil’s inclusion in Opec+ group, highlighting the grave risks posed by oil exploration projects.
Legislated Genocide: Congress Overturns Vetoes, Approves the Marco Temporal Law, and Other Crimes Against Indigenous Peoples
Apib will file an action of unconstitutionality in the Supreme Federal Court (STF).
Apib launches the Indigenous Emergency campaign at COP28 and makes an international call for the importance of Indigenous Lands in the global climate future
The government of Brazil has changed, but the Indigenous Peoples, primary guardians of all Brazilian biomes, continue to face threats.
Although the Time Frame thesis was one of the points vetoed by President Lula, the National Congress still has the power to reverse the vetoes.
Brazil may violate its commitments with the UN Human Rights Committee if Lula doesn’t veto the entire Bill 2903
The UN Committee recommends that the Brazilian state rejects the Time Frame thesis.
Lula, VETO IT ALL! Apib demands that President Lula align with his environmentalist discourse and veto the entire bill that threatens Indigenous Lands