The world has almost 260 million international migrants, of which nearly 15 million are refugees who left their homes to escape war or persecution. The new #SUR23 presents the views of experts from seven countries on this topic – one of the most pressing on the international human rights agenda.
Registration open for students across Brazil until August 24
Civil society, Judiciary and Executive reject lowering the age of criminal responsibility at a public hearing in the Senate
Article by Camila Asano, Gabriela Kletzel, Daniela Quintanilla and Paulo de Tarso Arantes on ISRH
Authorities intimidate activist who denounced involvement of government officials in drug trafficking
Council of the São Paulo Public Prosecutor’s Office rules that State Attorney General will decide which body will oversee police action at protests
Review process of World Bank safeguards ends with no firm commitment to the protection of human rights
Disrespectful remarks by interim foreign minister about the Inter-American Commission
FATF revises anti-terrorism recommendation used to restrict work and financing of organizations
Legislation is intended to replace the Foreigner Act, created during the military dictatorship, and guarantee immigrants equal rights
Published by Conectas since 2004 in Portuguese, English and Spanish, and distributed in more than 100 countries with a print run of 2,700 copies. It addresses human rights issues from a Global South perspective
Publication shows how NGOs can influence the international action of their countries from Conectas experiences in Brazil
Published regularly by Conectas, in printed format, since 2007, with a summary of the positions taken by Brazil in the United Nations.
Special report by Conectas on the main human rights cases pending in the Supreme Court, the highest court of law in Brazil