Projeto de Lei que visa garantir direito de viver às crianças indígenas é aprovado na Câmara dos Deputados

Projeto de Lei que visa garantir direito de viver às crianças indígenas é aprovado na Câmara dos Deputados

Proposta gera polêmica entre aqueles que priorizam a preservação da identidade cultural e os que priorizam a garantia do direito de todo ser humano à vida Por Ananda Ribeiro Repórter para GNI  A Câmara dos Deputados aprovou no fim de agosto o Projeto de Lei 1057/07, que visa combater práticas tradicionais nocivas em comunidades indígenas – como infanticídio ou homicídio, abuso sexual, estupro individual ou coletivo, escravidão, tortura, abandono de vulneráveis e violência doméstica – e garantir a proteção de […]

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Documentário na Amazônia: Uma história que o mundo precisa conhecer / Documentary in the Amazon: A History What The World Needs to know

Documentário na Amazônia: Uma história que o mundo precisa conhecer / Documentary in the Amazon: A History What The World Needs to know

Missionário abandonado no Vale do Jequitinhonha ajudou a transformar a vida de muitas pessoas e sua história pode virar filme Por Ananda Ribeiro Fotos: Divulgação Marco Antônio Pereira é um sonhador. Além disso, se apresenta como diretor de vídeo, jornalista, desenhista, produtor musical e missionário. Mineirinho de nascença, lá da cidade de Codisburgo – terra natal do escritor Guimarães Rosa, cuja população não alcança os nove mil habitantes, segundo o senso de 2010 -, ele não “come quieto”. Faz muito barulho […]

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A História do Vale Azul / History of Vale Azul

Esta reportagem conta a história de um senhor de idade, que teve uma vida difícil no no interior do Paraná, mas essas dificuldades só geraram uma coisa: amor por seu lugar. A matéria foi produzida por Jeff Rogers, Leonardo Moura, Renato Viana e Wili Gasparetto, em Sarandi-PR, cidade vizinha a Maringá. ___________ This report tells the story of an old man, who had a difficult life in the interior of Paraná, but these difficulties have generated only one thing: love […]

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Cutting-Edge Bamboo Construction Techonology

Today in Holualoa, coffee farmer and medical practitioner Dr Dick Ran Boranian shared with Science and Technology Seminar students about innovative uses for bamboo in construction on the Big Island of Hawaii. Check out more about their projects at http://www.bamboovillagehawaii.org/in… CC Footage by: bluemarlinfish DICMA TRADE Amble Resorts CC Music: Promised Land by Jingle Punks

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