Former President Lula da Silva will qualify as an eligible candidate in the 2018 presidential elections.
The court ruled that the Temer administration failed to justify a legitimate claim for the executive order.
Several regressive legislative proposals pose a threat to Indigenous land rights, experts warn.
Prioritizing the needs of foreign markets undermines Brazil's domestic food sovereignty objectives, expert warns
The field was named after the Brazilian football player Sócrates, who used his uniforms to transmit political messages
Young people in Brazil have disproportionately suffered due to the governments pro-cyclical economic policies
A group of influential writers, activists, artists and academics signed a letter of support in defense of Lula da Silva
Social movements promised to engage in continuous public demonstrations in defense of the country’s former President.
The Brazilian government seeks to open up the Tapajós basin to large-scale infrastructure projects
The recent announcement is political in nature and represents an attempt to convict the former president.
Nearly 2,000 people have filed requests to have their indigenous names appear on their government documents
Globo along with numerous other media corporations allegedly bribed Fifa officials to win broadcasting rights
A new legislative proposal would enhance corporate control over Brazilian seed supply, experts warn.
The event will provide a chance for ordinary Brazilians to create a political blueprint for inclusive development
During a week the former president will visit the states of Espírito Santo and Rio de Janeiro.
Nation-wide protests are being held to denounce President Temer’s proposed pension law.
Ex-president Lula da Silva reflects on the impacts of neoliberalism carried out under the Temer administration.
Critics of the plan to privatize Eletrobras also warn that it could result in the neglect of indigenous communities
A new report shows that more black people in Brazil are unemployed and receive lower wages
Attorneys file petition for judicial misconduct in the ongoing probe against the country’s former president