Dear Lyonette,

V. 1 - http://www.cnv.gov.br/images/pdf/relatorio/volume_1_digital.pdf

V. 2 - http://www.cnv.gov.br/images/pdf/relatorio/volume_1_pagina_83_a_274.pdf

V. 3 - http://www.cnv.gov.br/images/pdf/relatorio/volume_1_pagina_275_a_592.pdf


Best regards!


Marília Mello

Supervisora - Bibliotecária
Seção de Atendimento ao Usuário – SEREU/DIBIB
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Tribunal Regional Federal da Primeira Região
Telefone: (61) 3314-5871


2015-02-21 19:46 GMT-02:00 Lyonette Louis-Jacques <[log in to unmask]>:

Bonjour la liste!  Still haven’t gotten word re obtaining a print copy of the 10 December 2014 3-volume report of the Brazilian Truth Commission, but ran across this June 2011 post today from the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) in Chicago.  FYI, Lyo.

 

Brazilian Human Rights Evidence Preserved in the Nunca Mais project

The Brasil: Nunca Mais collection contains one million pages copied in secrecy from the cases of more than 7000 persons arrested, convicted, and/or executed in Brazil between 1964 and 1979.

Superior Tribunal Military document, 1970. From the Brasil: Nunca Mais collection, which contains one million pages from the cases of more than 7,000 persons arrested, convicted, and/or executed by Brazil’s Military Supreme Court between 1964 and 1979. Copied in secrecy, the official records document human rights violations by the military government in Brazil during this period.

In June 2011, the Center for Research Libraries and LAMP announced a major partnership effort with the Ministério Público Federal in Brazil to digitize nearly one million pages of the collection Brasil: Nunca Mais, which contains court documents (processos) from Brazil’s Military Supreme Court. These proceedings document the cases of more than 7,000 persons arrested, convicted, and/or executed by the Court between 1964 and 1979….”

 

CRL and LAMP are pleased to have been guardians of the Brasil: Nunca Mais collection until it could be made more broadly accessible. After more than 40 years of relative obscurity, the Brasil: Nunca Mais Digital project seeks to restore this valuable contribution to Brazil’s historical and cultural patrimony, while boosting the availability of the material for research by civil society and Brazilians seeking the truth….”

 

http://bnmdigital.mpf.mp.br/#!/

 

 

Lyonette Louis-Jacques

Foreign and International Law

Librarian and Lecturer in Law

D’Angelo Law Library

University of Chicago Law School

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