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Brazilian conductor João Carlos Martins moves Brumadinho with a special concert dedicated to families of victims and those affected by Vale’s dam rupture

Communion that brings together and strengthens the union of all. This was the message of the free event that took place on Saturday, September 10, at the invitation of Avabrum. Internationally renowned conductor and pianist, one of the greatest interpreters of Bach’s work, João Carlos Martins is also recognized as an example of overcoming, due […]

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Headlines of Brumadinho Legacy Project – August/2022

Launching of the #TomorrowMightBeTooLate campaign; an article about how the tragedy of Vale’s dam failure caused mental health hazards in the population of Brumadinho; and a member of Avabrum as keynote speaker in a seminary about tailings management in Australia. Check out the news that made headlines in our project in August!   Tomorrow might be […]

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Headlines of Brumadinho Legacy Project – July/2022

An international network of solidarity and the power of art to move hearts and minds have set the tone of the month of July in the Brumadinho Legacy Project  Activism for justice As a result of an international solidarity articulation in favor of the victims of Vale’s dam failure in Brumadinho, the secretary of Department […]

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Unionists from Europe visit Belo Horizonte to speak in favor of the victims of Brazil’s biggest humanitarian tragedy – The Brumadinho dam collapse 

The German company Tüv Süd, which issued a stability report for the Brumadinho dam (MG) which collapsed in 2019, is being the subject of a lawsuit in Germany for moral damages as a result of the tragedy that caused the death of 272 people. The first hearing against the company is scheduled for September 19, […]

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French artist Saype visits Brazil to shed light on the impacts of the mining industry

The artist visits Rio and Brumadinho to paint large-scale works to call the world’s attention to the second biggest industrial disaster of the 21st century.

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Art Exhibition in Munich brings out the Brumadinho tragedy

The event opening was attended by the law firm PGMBM, which represents victims in proceedings against TÜV SÜD in German courts.

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