DOI: 10.35699/2316-770x.2021.42353
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Violence and human rights

Abstract: The decisions taken by Jair Bolsonaro’s government since the first day of his mandate, in January 2019, have weakened the country’s environmental control policies and contributed to reduced inspection, increased deforestation on public lands and, consequently, the violation of the rights of indigenous peoples. There is a great diversity of contexts for isolated indigenous peoples in Brazil, from small groups to a single individual. These groups are the survivors of successive massacres and are threatened by th… Show more

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