The story of Arã

The story of Arã

A young Indian woman was saved from collective rape by Atini. The report gained exclusive access to an anthropological report finalized in 2019 that brings a twist to a case that has as a background harmful cultural practices and the invisible heroes of infanticide....
Letter of Clarification

Letter of Clarification

ATINI – A Voice for Life, would like to make a public statement, through this letter, to clarify information carried by the media over the last few days, which involve the entity and the name of the future Minister of Human Rights, Damares Alves. We hereby inform that...
Letter Regarding the case in Canarana-MT

Letter Regarding the case in Canarana-MT

On the situation of the indigenous baby buried alive in Canarana-MT ATINI – A Voice for Life would like to publicly express itself in relation to the case of the indigenous baby buried alive on May 05 in Canarana-MT, and express its concern regarding the preventive...
10 years later

10 years later

Exactly 10 years ago we had to make one of the most difficult decisions of our lives. A decision that completely changed the course of our history as a family. A decision that affected a nation. Ten years later I observe, from a long distance, Brazil debating the...
HAKANI A GIRL CALLED SMILE

HAKANI A GIRL CALLED SMILE

In 1995, a woman from the Suruwaha gave birth to Hakani. Hakani means smile and she was a little girl full of bright smiles and laughter. During the first two years of her life, however, she did not develop the ability to speak or walk causing her tribe to put...