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In Brazil, Rooted in Trust is working to address the impacts of pandemic related information with IEB, PSA and Iepé in the States of Pará, Amapá and Roraima.

Amapá, Pará and Roraima in the North region of Brazil are the selected region for the RiT 2.0 due to low rates of vaccination. For perspective, in March 2022 the state of São Paulo had 86,58% of its population vaccinated, a much higher rate when compared to Roraima, which has 57,6%, Amapá with 57,43% and Pará, 71%. (Source: Mapa da vacinação contra COVID-19 no Brasil, G1).

Indigenous, Quilombola (Afro-Brazilians who reside in quilombos) and riverside communities are some of the most vulnerable in the country in rural areas of northern and northeastern Brazil. These populations have poor access to both information and health services and have faced great danger during the pandemic. Black youth in Brazil are four times as likely to die from COVID-19 than their white counterparts.

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L' International Institute of Education of Brazil (IEB) is a Brazilian non-profit association founded in 1998 with the mission to strengthen social actors and their roles in building a fairer and more sustainable society. The IEB is widely recognized on a national level for its dedication to trainings and strengthening organizations in various aspects and topics related to the environment, development, and sustainability.

Iepé stands for Indigenous Research and Training Institute, a non-profit organization that operates with different approaches, given the diversity of indigenous peoples, history, and surrounding regional context. Its main lines of action concern the promotion of territorial management, training and strengthening of indigenous organizations, cultural appreciation, and indigenous ways of life. Iepé has 4 offices (São Paulo, Macapá, Oiapoque and Santarém) and a multidisciplinary team that works closely with these communities, their representatives, and indigenous organizations, with a perspective that values their cultures and languages, as well as good practices and traditional knowledge.

L' Saúde e Alegria Project (PSA) is a non-profit civil institution that has been active since 1987 in communities in the Brazilian Amazon, with the objective of promoting and supporting participative processes of integrated and sustainable community development that contribute demonstratively to the improvement of public policies, the quality of life, and the exercise of citizenship and human rights of the populations it serves.

RiT Brazil is developed a stakeholder engagement network, with the participation of   local and international NGOs, international organizations and civil society leaders since the beginning of February 2022. In the same month, a media and communication local group network was created, with media agencies and journalists from the Northen region of Brazil.

Bilateral meetings are continuously held to expand stakeholder engagement and the media network of the project. There are two WhatsApp groups to engage with Internews bulletins and snapshots with the stakeholder network and the local media network.

If you’re interested in learning more about the WhatsApp group, please get in touch with Isadora Starling, Project Manager ([email protected]).

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Évaluation de l'écosystème de l'information

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Este diagnóstico propõe uma análise da dinâmica da informação no contexto das comunidades quilombolas (afro-brasileiras) em Barcarena (PA), Macapá (AP) e Santana (AP), na Amazônia brasileira.

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Este diagnóstico, realizado com os comunicadores indígenas da Rede Wakywai, propõe uma análise da dinâmica das informações sobre o contexto de um conjunto de comunidades indígenas no estado oriental de Roraima, na Amazônia brasileira.

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ECOSSISTEMA DE INFORMAÇÃO: ofertas de informação no brasil - um panorama nacional

Este estudo apresenta um mapeamento das fontes de informações disponíveis no Brasil, analisando aspectos políticos que envolvem a oferta de informação no país, especialmente sobre a pandemia da COVID-19.

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Cara a Cara: Experiências de luta e informação junto à população LGBTQIAP+ indígena e quilombola do Brasil

Este estudo tem como objetivo identificar como são construídas as redes de mídia e informação compartilhadas pela população LGBTQIAP+ (lésbicas, gays, transexuais, transgêneros e travestis, queer, intersexuais, assexuais, pansexuais e mais) indígena e quilombola nos estados alcançados pelo projeto, com foco nos contextos de discriminação e posterior mobilização diante desses, dentro e fora de seus territórios.

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Como comunicar temas de saúde em tempos de crise?

Este é um relatório síntese dos Diagnósticos dos Ecossistemas de Informação realizados com alguns comunicadores indígenas da rede WakyWai e lideranças quilombolas dos estados de Amapá, Pará e Roraima.


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Instantané des médias sociaux

Rooted in Trust utilise des approches qualitatives et quantitatives pour collecter et répondre à la désinformation dans les contextes où nous travaillons. Les informations ci-dessous sont alimentées par Talkwalker et vise à donner un aperçu rapide des tendances des informations partagées sur le COVID-19 sur les réseaux sociaux dans ce contexte. Ces données sont censées illustrer les tendances générales plutôt que d'être représentatives des croyances de tous les groupes.




Pour une analyse plus complète de la désinformation partagée dans les espaces en ligne et hors ligne qui recherche intentionnellement les croyances et les opinions des membres vulnérables de la communauté, veuillez consulter notre Bulletins de rumeurs.

Les partenaires

Instituto Internacional de Educação Brazil

Instituto De Pesquisa e Formação Indígena


Instituto Internacional De Educação Brazil