Social Network for Justice and Human Rights
Director of the Social Network for Justice and Human Rights in São Paulo, Brazil and Professor of International Relations at the University of Rio de Janeiro
The upcoming summer games have turned a global spotlight on Brazil, as the elected President is being impeached by legislators more corrupt than she is.
May. 16, 2016from To the Point
Another wave of protests snarled traffic today in São Paulo, and federal police have been sent to five cities hosting international soccer games.
Jun. 19, 2013from To the Point
Disease has thrived among dense populations since cities began. But COVID-19 is the worst example since 1918, and New York City is America’s primary victim.
May. 28from To the Point
George Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer and the world saw the incident on video.
May. 29from Left, Right & Center
It’s been a big week for Donald Trump legal news, starting with some major news with Michael Flynn.
May. 13from LRC Presents: All the President's Lawyers
The series “ Decoding Covid-19 ” offers a hopeful account of the international cooperation that has stemmed from the unprecedented crisis.
May. 22from Scheer Intelligence
He did, apparently. Just not while posing for photographs.
May. 22from Left, Right & Center
The unemployment rate is the worst since the Great Depression.
May. 8from Left, Right & Center
This special edition of Weekend All Things Considered includes NPR's Michel Martin's interviews with NAACP's Cornell Brooks, Baltimore state attorney Marilyn Mosby, Rev.
May. 31from All Things Considered
In a new book, journalist Vincent Bevins traces the Cold War massacres in Asia and Latin America that still define global political dynamics today.
May. 29from Scheer Intelligence
Party Conventions nominated presidents since 1831. Will Covid-19 put an end to balloons, bunting and long-winded speeches? Will it also put an end to privacy?
May. 21from To the Point