Entrevista sobre o Acordo UE-Mercosul com Erileide Guarani Kaiowá (Povo Guarani Kaiowá)

7 de fevereiro de 2023

fev 7, 2023

Para dar voz às populações que serão diretamente – e indiretamente – afetadas pelo acordo Acordo de Livre Comércio entre a União Europeia e o Mercosul e suas preocupações em relação às consequências caso o tratado seja assinado, o IPAM (Instituto de Pesquisa Ambiental da Amazônia), em parceria com a Fern e o ISA (Instituto Socioambiental), promoveram uma série de consultas e entrevistas.

Foram ouvidos representantes de organizações, coletivos e comunidades indígenas e tradicionais do Brasil, da Argentina e do Paraguai, totalizando 22 pessoas de 20 organizações locais participantes nos encontros.

Leia a transcrição completa da entrevista com Erileide Guarani Kaiowá, do povo Guarani Kaiowá.

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