The Third Sector Platform of Catalonia and Xarxanet-Nonprofit have developed a thematic report to explore the Brazilian challenges and highlight emerging proposals by society and human rights organizations of the country.
Brazil is experiencing convulsive transformation processes. The social progress achieved after the struggle of several generations has stalled and the young Brazilian democracy has faced unprecedented threats. 2023 has put the country at a crossroads where social, ecological and democratic challenges overlap. Taula del Tercer Sector (Third Sector Platform of Catalonia) and Xarxanet-Nonprofit developed a thematic report to explore these challenges and highlight emerging proposals by Brazilian civil society and human rights organizations.
This series includes three interviews with Brazilian social organizations. They explore the role that civil society can play in this historic moment and propose new ways to strengthen social alliances between social organizations in Brazil, the EU and the rest of the world. We interviewed Instituto Polis, ABONG - Platform of Organizations for the Defense of Rights and Common Goods and Ponte a Ponte.
Taula del Tercer Sector has also developed a report to analyze the present social agenda of Brazil, the role and priorities of its social organizations and how to foster collaboration between social organizations in Brazil, Catalonia and the EU. This initiative is part of Taula's 'Territories in Transition' initiative. Ahead of the great global transitions, Catalan third sector organizations reclaim the key role that social action and transnational solidarity between social organizations play in building fairer and more democratic societies across the world.