During the sixth high-level Human Rights Brazil and the EU addressed current human rights developments in Geneva and New York. Specific topics included women rights, human rights defenders, racism and death penalty. The EU and Brazil also exchanged views on indigenous peoples’ rights, people deprived of liberty, migration and refugees, racial discrimination and religious intolerance. They agreed to jointly identify specific follow up actions aimed at strengthening education on human rights, supporting LGBTI rights, the protection of human rights defenders, victims and testimonies, as well as the prevention of torture. Both sides explored ways of further streamlining closer cooperation on issues of strategic interest. Overall, the discussions illustrated the like-mindedness of the EU and Brazil in the field of human rights and both partners reaffirmed their common views and shared values.