Sonia Guajajara and the Indigenous spring in Brazil
Last week Sonia Guajajara, Brazil’s first-ever Minister for Indigenous Peoples, landed in London accompanied by two younger Indigenous activists. Her travels coincided with a ground-breaking Supreme Court victory for Indigenous peoples and allies in Brazil. In Canning House's latest blog, Laura Trajber Waisbich considers what Guajajara's, and Brazil's, new approach to Indigenous policies mean for the country.
- Laura Trajber Waisbich