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Christian Aid Brazil: three decades of working with social movements

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This exit learning review explores how Christian Aid Brazil has operated within the changing social and political context of the country, its partnerships with social and ecumenical movements, the operational model that it developed, and how it contributed to the work of partners. It also reflects on the challenges related to exiting the country and developing a more regional focus in the future and analyses the types of partnerships and networks that it developed with groups from around the globe. 

A protester is holding up their hand which is holding a white rose and a bamboo stick.

Communities demand compensation after the Brumadinho dam collapsed in 2019 killing 270 people. - Christian Aid/Rodrigo Zaim Rua Foto Coletivo

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Published on 20 December 2020

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  • Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Brazil
Themes – Areas of work
  • About Christian Aid