Featuring citizen journalism collective Mídia Ninja, the Real Game project shows the Rio Olympics in a way you won’t see in the mainstream media.
As protests against the Olympics and corruption have exposed Brazil’s ruptures for the world to see, a pioneering collaborative art project between British and Brazilian artists digs into São Paulo’s dividing lines.
Photographer Angélica Dass’ Humanae project is cataloguing every human skin tone to reveal the complexity of colour and race.
After a leaked wire tap unmasks the plot to topple President Rousseff, we look at the story so far and ask what’s next for Brazil.
In Northeastern Brazil, families are uniting and organising to fight for the rights of their children with microcephaly. Meet the Mothers of Angels Union, the Brazilian women making their voices heard.
Brazil’s new right-wing government are counting on political fatigue to push through an unelectable neoliberal policy programme.
After president Dilma Rousseff is finally removed from power, a corrupt, unelectable and neoliberal government takes power, led by Michel Temer.
Acting lower house speaker throws out motion to impeach Dilma Rousseff after leading coup plotter dismissed over corruption. And then changes his mind...
Focus of the ongoing battle between governments and tech companies over privacy, encryption and security shifts to Brazil.
Brazil’s corrupt right-wing have wrestled back power. Activists predict a widespread loss of rights and growing repression, but could it also be the start of a progressive renaissance?
The latest chapter in Brazil’s escalating political crisis was opened when congress voted to impeach president Dilma Rousseff. So, what does it mean and what happens next?
In response to anti-government protests and fears of a coup d’etat, over 90,000 Brazilian progressives take to the streets to defend democratic values.