Progress in Plan Alto

Following the recent application to be recognised as an Indigenous territory (Incidentally, the only one submitted during the Bolsanaro goverment) and the report published by De Standaard, which you can read here , we are pleased to announce that there has been a successful operation carried out with the federal police to stop the local soy farmers illegally expanding their lands.

We support and stand in solidarity with the Munduruku and Apiaká communities who continue to face many challenges. Both directly and by funding the Maparajuba legal collective who are helping them in there land right claims and disputes.

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