Community based action
Janaina directs and manages AmazoniAlerta’s administration. She has extensive professional experience working with traditional peoples on educational and environmental issues. She worked as Coordinator of Technological Professional Education and Coordinator...
- Benedict Cumberbatch & Sophie Hunter
- Ruth Powys & Ganesh Ramani
- Derrick and Hannah D’Souza
- Nick Hackworth
- Peter Hackworth
- James Wilcox
- Andreas Sigefried
- Pippa & Johnny Hornby
- Paradise Row Projects
- Ka’a Body (Sandra Benites & Anita Ekman and all participating artists)
- Shezad Dawood
- Billy Fraser
- Hogbens Dunphy
- Rainforest Fund
- Alan & Caroline Howard
AmazoniAlerta’s Indigenous community-led program in Araribóia Indigenous Land for 2023 is funded by the Rainforest Fund.
Founded in 1989, The Rainforest Fund funds programs and projects aimed at supporting Indigenous Peoples and traditional populations of the rainforests to assert their rights, to promote a sustainable development of their communities and to challenge governmental practices that have a damaging effect on their environment. Over more than 30 years of work, Rainforest Fund has partnered with Indigenous communities on approximately 300 multi-year projects in over 20 countries, with a particular focus on human rights of Indigenous Peoples and their battles against the illegal loggers, settlers, mining, and oil interests.
AmazoniAlerta’s logo is designed by Daiara Hori Figueroa Sampaio – Duhigô, of the Tukano indigenous people – Yé’pá Mahsã, Eremiri Hausiro Parameri clan of the Upper Rio Negro in the Brazilian Amazon, born in São Paulo. Daiara is an artist, activist, educator and communicator.
Daiara Tukano www.daiaratukano.com
Logo copyright © 2020 AmazoniAlerta
Video & images
Video and all images (except on the Donate page) by Victor Moriyama. One of Brazil’s foremost photojournalists, Victor is committed to documenting the violence that prevails in social and environmental relations in the country. He is a regular contributor to The New York Times, Bloomberg, Le Monde, National Geographic Brasil and El Pais.
Video and images copyright © Victor Moriyama www.victormoriyama.com.br
Image on Donate page by Guta Galli. Guta is a Brazilian interdisciplinary artist and performer.
Image copyright © Guta Galli www.gutagalli.art
Web & Graphic Design
Oona Black www.oonablack.com