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Christian Aid in Brazil
works in Brazil to challenge inequalities and uphold vulnerable communities.
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 13
Replying to @MAB_Brasil
After four years of Vale's crime in Mariana (Rio Doce's Basin), Samarco (Vale and BHP) has done very little to repair the rights of those affected.
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 13
Replying to @MAB_Brasil
Contribute so that those affected by dams can build a house in Barra Longa (MG) to denounce the neglect of the companies responsible for the crime in Mariana, occurred four years ago, and to this day without repair. ->
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 13
Campaing for building a house – Solidarity joint building of a house for an affected family in Barra Longa (affected by dam burst in Mariana).
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 12
" is a issue of regarding to access to water, land and health" - Elena Cedilio - That's why we say that we need
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 12
"This moment, to pray togheter with our brothers and sisters of other religions, It's a very important because is part of our Common House". - Rev. Nestor Friedrich
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 12
The produced a video synthesizing the actions of Faith Based Organisations during the . In the video it is also possible to check how was the ecumenical celebration at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 12
We also listened and learned about the perspective of the organisations and communities that are in frontline of the impacts in region, with Leon Souza and Sara Oliveira
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 12
Replying to @ACTAlliance @rudelmar
The general secretary of was with us and brought what the ecumenical movement has discussed globally on the topic in these context post and
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 12
The ecumenical dialogue and celebration of Voices took place on 9th december in Brasilia, capital of Brazil, as part of the initiative.
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Mara Luz Dec 12
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Mara Luz Dec 12
Indigenous peoples voices need to be heard, if not, the climate emergency will be worse...✊🏿✊🏿
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 12
Open letter signed by Global Witness and Greenpeace Brasil cautions potential investors on risk of deforestation in supply chains of JBS and Marfrig:
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ACT Now for Climate Justice Dec 10
We're in the High-level Segment of . Many leaders are sharing how is affecting their people & are calling for support to implement their climate plans in a way that is ambitious & inclusive. This message is loud and clear!
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 10
Press Release: Climate champions are needed now! “As observers, it is frustrating and frightening to see how slowly talks are evolving. This summit must deliver results!”
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 9
"Representatives of different religions emphasizing that impacts in tthe affect the entire planet and not just those who inhabit it."
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 9
This initiative shows the commitment of the ecumenical movement to , to the forest and all its protectors, and Ph:
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 9
during the - Last Saturday the articulation of different ecumenic actors resulted in an interreligious celebration in defense of the Amazon and its peoples in the Ph: LWF/ Albin Hillert
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Christian Aid in Brazil Dec 9
Today we will be together in dialogue and ecumenical celebration "Amazon Voices" with
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Christian Aid Global Dec 7
People are already dying from the devastating impacts of , we need action now, no more delays, and we need finance for loss and damage now
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Christian Aid Ireland Dec 6
So inspiring, so important Never blame the victim
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