Brazil and China in Knowledge and Policy Transfer 2022
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-09116-2_3
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The Rise and Fall of Brazil as a “Policy Exporter”: From Lula Da Silva to Jair Bolsonaro

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“…This seems to be a response to both the official retreat of SSC by the current administration and the rising food insecurity in Brazil as a result of the pandemic, economic decline, and political decisions. 9 It also reflects a decline in support from international organisations for this advocacy work, including by the Oxfam Confederation, Action Aid, and the German Heinrich Boll Foundation (Waisbich 2021b). 10 Support has turned towards strengthening the capacity of Brazilian civil society actors and networks to respond to the new domestic emergencies.…”
Section: Civil Society Engagement With Public Policy: Between Constru...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This seems to be a response to both the official retreat of SSC by the current administration and the rising food insecurity in Brazil as a result of the pandemic, economic decline, and political decisions. 9 It also reflects a decline in support from international organisations for this advocacy work, including by the Oxfam Confederation, Action Aid, and the German Heinrich Boll Foundation (Waisbich 2021b). 10 Support has turned towards strengthening the capacity of Brazilian civil society actors and networks to respond to the new domestic emergencies.…”
Section: Civil Society Engagement With Public Policy: Between Constru...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This seems to be a response to both the official retreat of SSC by the current administration and the rising food insecurity in Brazil as a result of the pandemic, economic decline, and political decisions. 9 It also reflects a decline in support from international organisations for this advocacy work, including by the Oxfam Confederation, Action Aid, and the German Heinrich Boll Foundation (Waisbich 2021b). 10 Support has turned towards strengthening the capacity of Brazilian civil society actors and networks to respond to the new domestic emergencies.…”
Section: Civil Society Engagement With Public Policy: Between Constru...mentioning
confidence: 99%