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Human rights and social issues

Foreign Policy on Human Rights

Brazil's foreign policy on human rights presents a country open to the world, willing to cooperate and discuss its own strengths and weaknesses. Brazil is internationally viewed as a coherent and balanced interlocutor for the transparent and constructive way the country faces its challenges and for the non-selective and non-politicized way it deals with human rights issues. The Brazilian Federal Constitution establishes the prevalence of...

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Universal Periodic Review

At the Human Rights Council, Brazil has participated twice

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New Issues

In 2013, the United Nations General Assembly adopted

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Foreign Policy on Social Issues

Social progress achieved by Brazil over the past years has been

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Health

In recent years, the global agenda on health issues has increasingly

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Labour

In the international sphere, the Brazilian Government has

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