Between 1995 and 1997 I lived in England, where I concluded a Master’s degree in Environmental Policy and Planning at at the University of Bath. Back to Brazil, I worked at the local World Wide Fund for Nature (Fundo Mundial para a Natureza).
In Denmark, in 2001, I completed a Master’s Degree in Design, Communication & Media at the IT University of Copenhagen and have worked with digital content and social media in organizations like the International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims (IRCT) and Copenhagen Capacity (COPCAP).
In the last years, I have been working as freelance web content specialist and journalist.
Details of my professional background and skills are available on my Linkedin’s page.
Some of recent English articles written or produced by me:
- Dr Yadira Narvaez: A voice for the torture victims in Ecuador
- “My family and friends were the main victims of my torture
- In prison for protecting torture victims in Turkey
- Brigid Benson – A long-term commitment
- What do we do with what others have done to us?
- Greeting the dictator
- Jaleh from Copenhagen: My parents were tortured
- I don’t live in peace with my society, but I can be almost at peace with myself
- “My father’s story shows how dramatically torture can affect an entire family”
- “Cast away your preconceptions about torture survivors”
- Protecting children and victims of torture in the Democratic Republic of Congo
- “No one leaves there without marks”
- Guerreiros de Odin – Revista Super Interessante
- O que a gente faz do que os outros fizeram com a gente?
- Ana Miranda: “Minha família, parentes e amigos, eles sim foram as grandes vítimas da minha tortura”