RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - In yet another round of the ideological sea change in Brazilian diplomatic policy, on Tuesday, July 7th, the government of President Bolsonaro called for the elimination of a paragraph in a draft UN resolution to fight discrimination against women and girls. The paragraph in question proposes a guarantee of universal access to sex education as one of the means to address discrimination and violence.

The Brazilian veto was also . . .

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