Eduardo Campos Lima

Eduardo Campos Lima holds a degree in journalism and a doctorate in literature from the University of São Paulo, Brazil. Between 2016 and 2017, he was a Fulbright visiting research student at Columbia University. He has written for major news outlets, such as Reuters and the Brazilian newspaper Folha de S. Paulo.

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Church members help people displaced by Brazil floods, form solidarity networks for assistance

Brazil's bishops alarmed over growing number of land disputes under Lula's government

Haiti's prime minister resigns; nation's chaos impacts everyone, including church

Church urges environmental discussion amid record drought in Amazon

In South America's 'Lithium Triangle,' Indigenous people defend sacred sites

In Argentina's election, Catholics aren't hiding dislike for far-right candidate Milei

Catholic Church in Brazil launches first nationwide pastoral outreach to slums

After cyclone's destruction, Peruvians face dengue epidemic

Catholics lead protests against mining, oil drilling in Ecuadorian Amazon

Black priests criticize 'pact of whiteness' after bishops' conference's election in Brazil

Church groups in Peru demand justice for protesters killed by police

Lula brings new environmental hope to Catholics in Brazil, but challenges remain

Brazilian church provides aid to the Yanomami, calls for justice after 'genocide'

Bolivian Catholic Church cautious about addressing recent social unrest

Indigenous, church activists fear Amazon's destruction if Bolsonaro is reelected

Activists denounce human rights abuses of El Salvador's gang crackdown

Religious groups in Brazil step up to help influx of Afghan refugees

In Ecuador, Catholic bishops help negotiate end to massive protests

Amazonian church laments killing of British journalist and Brazilian Indigenous defender

Brazilian Catholics lambast police raid that killed 23 in city slum