We share the English version of Focus Point N° 18.
This report presents the reflection and denunciation that the tormentors of indigenous peoples are more than ever settled within the Brazilian State.
Sabotage of South-South integration
Colombia’s impending withdrawal has left UNASUR on the edge of collapse. Why has the organization continued to struggle?
Conference in Amazonia
The Movement for Popular Sovereignty in Mining celebrates its sixth birthday and faces the challenge of putting one of Brazil’s most conflictive production chains on the country’s agenda
Daniel Santini from Rosa Luxemburg Foundation in São Paulo was in Estonia to talk about mobility experiences and free public transportacion in Brazil
North african challenges
I must say that I left Brazil with the same questions that I ask myself after the past editions that I attended. Does it make sense after the lack of political impact of the final edition to keep taking part and contributing to the WSF dynamic?
World Social Forum 2018
On the evening of March 14, the second day of the 2018 WSF in Brazil, 38-year old city councilwoman and human rights activist Marielle Franco was assassinated in Rio de Janeiro
Events in Salvador
Activities organized/supported by or with the participation of Rosa Luxemburg Foundation and our partners
The Cape Town Water Crisis
“I think we have to be careful – what makes it into the news isn’t the whole story. There is scarcity but there’s also the manufactured scarcity of who gets the water.” Mary Galvin, University of Johannesburg
Brazil at a crossroads
The Brazilian Left is still paralyzed by the question that even the grim results of the Porto Alegre sentence did not put to rest: will Lula be a presidential candidate in 2018?