Brazil

ICNL’s resources and information on Brazil.

Overview

ICNL supports local partners in Brazil to assess the legal environment for CSOs and develop proposals for enabling reforms. Key themes our partners have addressed include life cycle legislation, public financing of CSOs, the right to freedom of peaceful assembly in the context of Pride Marches and indigenous associations, the legal framework for philanthropy, and more.

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Civic Freedom Monitor

Brazil

Last updated: 18 November 2020

On March 23, 2020, Provisional Measure No. 928 amended Law No. 13,979 of February 6, 2020 to address the [...]

Global Grantmaking Country Notes

In partnership with the Council on Foundations, ICNL maintains reports on thirty-four countries that help U.S grantmakers undertake equivalency determinations for foreign grantees. The reports in this series describe the legal frameworks for nonprofit organizations and provide translations of relevant legislative provisions.

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Finding Answers at Home in Brazil

After gathering data on regulatory barriers to freedom of assembly affecting more than 100 gay pride marches in Brazil, Welton Trindade (second from left) concluded that “the study supported by ICNL shows that the solutions are right here in Brazil.” (Photo credit: ICNL)
In Brazil, LGBT activists have long faced legal barriers that limit their right to peaceful assembly. These include local regulations ... Read More

Brazil Forges New Partnership with Civil Society Organizations

ICNL Fellow Diego Carmona Scardone shares his research on a mechanism for state-civil society partnership in Brazil (photo credit: ICNL)
As the government of Brazil seeks to overcome complex social and economic challenges, it is looking towards civil society organizations ... Read More

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