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What do Brazil’s election results mean for forests, rights and future EU-Brazil Partnerships?

18 October 2022

What do Brazil’s election results mean for forests, rights and future EU-Brazil Partnerships?

When: 

Tuesday 22 November, 15:00 - 16:30 (Brussels - CET)

Register here

 

Background:

Brazil has elected Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva as its new President and the importance this has for the fate of the Amazon and the Peoples’ that live there, cannot be overstated.  

To discuss what the election results mean for forests, rights and future EU-Brazil Partnerships, join our webinar where we will hear from leading Brazilian civil society actors:  

  • Adriana Ramos from the Instituto Socioambiental on challenges and opportunities for forests and rights  

  • Patricia Pinho from the Instituto de Pesquisa Ambiental da Amazônia (IPAM) (Amazon Environmental Research Institute) on the sustainable development of the Amazon and the future of the EU – Mercosur Agreement 

  • Dinaman Tuxa from the Articulation of Indigenous Peoples (APIB) in Brazil on what this presidency means for Indigenous Peoples

  • Facilitation: Perrine Fournier, Trade and Forest Campaigner at Fern 

 

Interpretation in English and Portuguese will be available.

Categories: Events, Sustainable Supply Chains, Free Trade Agreements, Brazil

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