Women in Brazil
Brazilian women are fighting back against machismo and racism, and against exploitation in factory and farm, in a myriad of grassroots organisations. This mosaic of articles, poems and interviews paints a vivid picture of life for women in Brazil's shanty towns and peasant villages.
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Duncan Green Duncan Green is the author of From Poverty to Power and Oxfam GB’s Senior Strategic Adviser. He was Oxfam’s Head of Research from 2004-12. From Poverty to Power contains the accumulated knowledge of 25 years spent researching and writing about reducing poverty and combating injustice and, as he says, trying to “do justice to the complexity of the world, while still believing there is a story about how it can be changed for the better.”
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