IRI Brazil expands reach on Amazon and the rights of Indigenous Peoples through Amazônia Viva film

IRI Brazil continues to expand the reach of its awareness-raising activities on the importance of preserving the Amazon and defending the rights of Indigenous Peoples. In one recent event, in partnership with the Legislative Assembly of the State of Acre (ALEAC), IRI Brazil held a screening of the film as part of the “ALEAC Leading Science” fair, reaching elementary and high school students in Rio Branco, Acre. The event deepened young people’s understanding of the environment and the importance of preserving the Amazon’s biodiversity. Additionally, IRI Brazil participated in the Pedagogy Educational Festival, where Amazônia Viva was screened to 320 young people and teachers who expressed interest in supporting the initiative’s actions in defense of the Amazon. A screening was also held for 175 students and teachers from Centro de Ensino Fundamental 1 de Sobradinho (CEF1), a public school located on the outskirts of Brasília.