Funai’s new president, who took office on February 3, told InfoAmazonia in an interview that the [agency’s] budget for demarcating and protecting Indigenous Territories is approximately R$ 90,000, which means she will be looking for alternatives for getting the agency back up and working.
Indigenous Leaders in Amazonas and Land Demarcation are under Attack in WhatsApp Groups
Monitoring of groups on the messaging app WhatsApp shows that disinformation and lies are a strategy to weaken the Indigenous fight.
Konibú death and the crime of the genocide of Funai’s former president
While he was president of Funai, Romero Juca delivered the land of Akuntsu Indians to their tormentors, says sertanista
Brazil recognizes Sawré Muybu traditional territory of indigenous Munduruku
The National Indigenous Foundation of Brazil published studies for identification and delineation of four indigenous territories, recognizing the traditional occupation of the people living in the areas.
Funai repudiates Matís for assault to doctor and surprises Amazon indigenous
According to Funai, a group of Matís indigenous threatened employees and assaulted a doctor of the Special Indigenous Secretariat for Health in the Brazilian Ministry of Health.
Vale do Javari: Funai will not remove coordinator of office occupied by Matis
The protest continues in Atalaia do Norte. The natives are involved in conflicts that resulted in the deaths of two Matís and at least nine Korubo in 2014.
Brazilian state may give license without cosigner of environmental authority
Infrastructure works, civil construction, mining, roads, port terminals, and others, may receive environmental license without manifestation of federal agencies such as Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources and National Indigenous Foundation.
Funai confirms that land threatened by dam projects belongs to indigenous tribe
Land demarcation of Sawré Muybu is seen as a hindrance by the government, which plans to build seven power plants in the Tapajós River basin.
National Geographic: New Photos of Uncontacted Amazon Tribe Stir Uproar
Isolated tribal nomads are at risk as logging pressure mounts in the Amazon rain forest.
Instituto Socioambiental: Judge obligates government to delineate indigenous lands in Brazil
Decision determines that Funai must finalize all demarcation process within two years. The process has dragged on since 2007.