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Fabio Teixeira

Follow the money to fight human trafficking, top Interpol director says

12 Sep 2019

RIO DE JANEIRO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Countries and companies need to share financial data if they hope to stop human trafficking, connecting governments and companies that often do not work together to fight crime, a top Interpol director said on Wednesday.

Fire-setting Amazon farmers not 'villains', just poor, politicians say

10 Sep 2019

HUMAITA, Brazil (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Farmers living along the Trans-Amazonian Highway, near Humaita, a rural town deep in the Amazon, would rather not use fire to clear forest land so they can grow crops and raise cattle, their local representatives say.

FEATURE-Fire-setting Amazon farmers not 'villains', just poor, politicians say

10 Sep 2019

HUMAITA, Brazil, Sept 10 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - F armers living along the Trans-Amazonian Highway, near Humaita, a rural town deep in the Amazon, would rather not use fire to clear forest land so they can grow crops and raise cattle, their local representatives say.

アングル:燃えるアマゾンの森、命の糧を失う先住民

10 Sep 2019

[テンハリム先住民居住区(ブラジル) 4日 トムソン・ロイター財団] - パキリ村の副村長は、村にとって来年は苦難の時になると覚悟している。アマゾンの森林を襲う火災が、村人たちの食料や医薬品、生計基盤を焼き尽くしているからだ。 | Video

Indigenous tribes fear hard year ahead after Amazon fires

04 Sep 2019

TENHARIM TERRITORY, Brazil (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The vice-chief of the village of Pakyri knows that next year his people will face hard times, as the fires raging in the Amazon forest burn their food, medicine and livelihoods.

FEATURE-Indigenous tribes fear hard year ahead after Amazon fires

04 Sep 2019

TENHARIM TERRITORY, Brazil, Sept 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The vice-chief of the village of Pakyri knows that next year his people will face hard times, as the fires raging in the Amazon forest burn their food, medicine and livelihoods.

Fire hazard: Children struggle to breathe as smoke chokes Amazon city

02 Sep 2019

PORTO VELHO, Brazil, Sept 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Maria Augusta Almeida, 45, heard her grandson cough incessantly, she knew what was to blame: the fires raging in the Amazon forest, some of them more than 200 miles (322 km) away from Porto Velho.

Brazil's Bolsonaro suspends funding for LGBT+ screenplays

21 Aug 2019

RIO DE JANEIRO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro posted on social media that funding for movies with LGBT+ themes was being suspended, a decision that was published on Wednesday on the country's official web site.

Brazil's Bolsonaro suspends funding for LGBT+ screenplays

21 Aug 2019

RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - B razil's president Jair Bolsonaro posted on social media that funding for movies with LGBT+ themes was being suspended, a decision that was published on Wednesday on the country's official web site.

Child labor cartoon? Brazil turns to TV to shed light on slavery

08 Aug 2019

RIO DE JANEIRO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - From a cartoon about child workers to an HBO mini series, Brazil is turning to television and social media to shed light on modern slavery and change attitudes through entertainment.

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