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Marcos Lopes
PhD Candidate/ Food Systems, Social Justice / International Affairs/ Passionate about politics/ Views on my on / 🇧🇷🇬🇧🇨🇱🇫🇷🏳️‍🌈
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Marcos Lopes Jan 15
Replying to @sorleymccaughey
Thanks to sharing, Sorley. Just sent you an email about that : )
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Comissão Pró-Índio Dec 3
Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda and the UK’s largest asset manager are among 67 major companies and investors who have written to Brazil’s far-right president, Jair Bolsonaro, urging his government to stop further deforestation of the Amazon for soy production.
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Marcos Lopes Nov 28
As they say, an image is worth more than a thousand words. Coups can’t accept pluralism and diversity. Extreme right in LAC is racist, misogynist and anti indigenous peoples by default.
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Marcos Lopes Nov 27
It seems that extreme right politicians in Latin America are getting use to this idea proclaiming themselves presidents in a concrete example of how the traditional elites have no respect to democratic rule of law.
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Marcos Lopes Nov 26
Climate justice is a political issue, not a technical one - wise and needed words!
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Marcos Lopes Nov 25
Interesting statement has issued about the generalized crisis in Latin America and the Caribbean. You might want to have a look at this:
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Mara Luz Nov 25
at and Dialogue: "this event is very important when we are facing diverse forms of fundamentalism which affect the human dignity and the people's rights"
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Marcos Lopes Nov 22
Replying to @anacernov
there are many of this in London. Specially near to the most popular touristic attractions.
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Marcos Lopes Nov 22
Very interesting article related to the Spotlight on Financialization report. You might want to have a look at this:
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Marcos Lopes Nov 22
I stand in solidarity with indigenous peoples in Bolivia, resisting to the racist bloody coup, fighting for democracy!
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Christian Aid in Brazil Nov 21
Gender n are directly impacted by financial capital n its speculative accumulation purposes. These impacts are analyzed in this study by the which n other partners collaborated.
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Christian Aid in Brazil Nov 21
Such inequalities are manifested in the fact that women, especially indigenous and Afrodescendant women, have less income and less assets than men in any region of the World.
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Christian Aid in Brazil Nov 21
In the Brazilian context, in April 2019, 62,7% of Brazilian households were indebted and 23,9% were in arrears, with credit cards being the main source of money for 77,6% of indebted families.
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Marcos Lopes Nov 21
Who profits with the noisy silence about the bloody coup in Bolivia?
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Marcos Lopes Nov 19
Bolivian & international elites have never accepted indigenous peoples leading the Gov of Bolivia. I’ve criticized & will always criticize President Evo as needed, but I could never support a racist & anti indigenous self proclaimed President backed by th army (not by th people)
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Marcos Lopes Nov 19
Replying to @BolsonaroSP
Já pode?
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Marcos Lopes Nov 13
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Marcos Lopes Nov 13
Far right Pres. Bolsonaro has jst announced nw a tax of 7.5% ONLY fr UNEMPLOYED people to fund nw package of incentives for companies to "accelerate the economy". In other terms, instead of a Wealthy tax, Bolsonaro hs created a Poverty tax to get from the poor % give to richest
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Citizens for Financial Justice Nov 13
'Financialization is one of the main drivers of inequalities' on 'Spotlight' report meeting in
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