Brazil Promotes “Pro-family” Global Alliance With Conservative Governments

Brasil seeks out benches of "family-friendly countries" at the UN; Itamaraty has already divulged information on their positions. In an event organized by the Hungarian government last week, Minister Damares Alves insists that "now Brazil is a pro-family nation" and calls on other governments to join the initiative.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government is beginning to form an alliance with countries that defend conservative positions in order to influence the human rights agenda.
The aim is to change the way in which issues such as sex education and gender ideology have . . .

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