Amnesty International is concerned about violations of the human rights of the Guarani-Kaiowá Indigenous People. For decades, the communities have not been able to access their ancestral lands and culminate the process of land demarcation, as established by the constitution. Consequently, the communities have been further marginalized and have had no access to essential services. Furthermore, attacks against human rights defenders and community leaders have been constantly documented, all of which remain in impunity.
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