Indigenous Peoples and Access to the Justice System in Maranhão (Summary)
This Executive Summary is part of the “Indigenous Peoples and Access to the Justice System in Maranhão” report, prepared by the Coordination of Indigenous Organizations of the Brazilian Amazon (COIAB) and Hivos, in the framework of the All Eyes on the Amazon program, with the support of the Coordination of Indigenous Coalitions and Organizations of Maranhão (COAPIMA), Greenpeace Brazil and the Coalition of Indigenous Peoples of Brazil (APIB)
The Coordinator of Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin (COICA) and Hivos organized virtual meetings of COICA youths to promote a more active participation of Indigenous youth in the organizational structure of Indigenous peoples.
The report presents the results of five months (April to August) of analysis of the execution of the extraordinary resources to face the pandemic for indigenous peoples, executed by MMFDH, by Funai. In addition to information on the execution of the regular budget of the DSEIs located in the region.
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