Felipe Neis Araujo

    Felipe is a Brazilian anthropologist. He’s a criminology lecturer at the University of Manchester, where he researches drug policy, state violence, structural racism and reparations for historical inequalities. He lives in London.

    Brazil Formally Bans Cannabis Flower Import, Weeks After Denying Rumors

    Effective July 20, Brazil’s National Health Regulatory Agency (ANVISA) will no longer authorize medical ...

    Anti-Vape Propaganda Finds a Home in Brazil’s Medical Cannabis Industry

    On June 27, Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies rolled out the Portuguese translation of Transform ...

    Brazil Supreme Court Delays Drug Decrim Trial, as Pressure Mounts

    After an eight-year delay and a series of postponements in 2023, Brazil’s Supreme Court ...

    São Paulo Funds “Cocaine Vaccine,” Setting Sights on Human Trials

    In early June, São Paulo Mayor Ricardo Nunes signed an agreement with the researchers ...

    São Paulo Begins Ominous Inquiry Into Disproven “Crack Epidemic”

    In 2016, the Legislative Assembly of São Paulo held a parliamentary inquiry to investigate ...