[ 2019 EDITION ]

Dialogues towards a constructive agenda
In a context where political polarization has become an overtly global phenomenon, establishing a dialogue between the public and private sectors is essential to reach a constructive agenda that benefits all.
Regardless of the ideologies that divide society, to strengthen Brazilian democracy government agenda and public policy formulation must focus on the protection of the fundamental human rights of every citizen.
With the theme “Dialogues towards a constructive agenda”, Brazil Forum UK 2019 looks to the future: what challenges do the new government and civil society face to solve structural problems and create a path towards sustainable and inclusive development in Brazil, and what solutions do they propose?
The Brazil Forum UK’s fourth edition, which will take place on 18th-19th May-2019, will gather world experts from a wide range of fields to debate compelling and urgent questions on the economic, social and environmental development of Brazil.
The event, which will be hosted across two consecutive days by the reputable universities of Oxford and London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), is organized by a not-for-profit committee of Brazilian postgraduate students in the United Kingdom with the aim of creating an impartial environment to stimulate an intelligent, pluralist, independent and inclusive dialogue.

[ SPEAKERS 2019 ]

Luís Roberto Barroso is a Brazilian Supreme Federal Court Justice, holds a doctoral degree by the UERJ, MSc by the Yale Law School and visiting researcher in Harvard. The Justice is also a Professor at the UERJ, Centro Universitário de Brasília and a visiting lecturer in several international universities. The Brazil Forum UK has the honour to have him as its Honorary Chairperson.
José Eduardo Carneiro Queiroz is Mattos Filho’s managing partner. He counsels public companies, banks and investment funds on a wide range of matters, including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and finance transactions. His expertise includes banking and capital markets regulations and representation of clients in administrative proceedings with the Brazilian Central Bank and the Brazilian Securities Commission. José Eduardo holds a Bachelor’s degree of Laws from Universidade de São Paul and Bachelor’s degree of Business Administration from Fundação Getulio Vargas with specialization in Economics and Political Science, Georgetown University.
Marcelo Pacheco dos Guaranys is 41 years-old and is currently Deputy Minister of Economy. A public officer of Treasury Secretariat, he holds a university degree in Economics and also in Law. He is also a specialist in Law and Economics and holds a Master of Science degree in Public Law. During his career, he worked with regulation of public services and infrastructure in the Finance Ministry and at the Civil Cabinet of the Presidency of the Republic. From 2007 to 2010 he acted as Director of Economic Regulation of the Brazilian Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), and in 2011 he was appointed as Director-President of the Agency for the next 5 years. Before becoming Deputy Minister of Economy, Mr. dos Guaranys was the Deputy Minister for Public Policies at the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Presidency of the Republic of Brazil (2016-2018).
Mônica Bergamo is a journalist and columnist for the Folha de São Paulo newspaper and BandNews radio. She has a degree in Communication Studies from Cásper Líbero, and has worked in Playboy, Veja São Paulo and Veja magazines.
Benedita da Silva is a federal deputy for the Workers’ Party. She graduated in Nursing and Social Service, and her path since then has been one of resistance and breaking political taboos, given that she was the first black woman to be elected as Councillor to the Rio de Janeiro municipality, Federal Deputy to the Constituent Assembly in 1988, Senator of the Republic for the state of Rio de Janeiro, and governor of the state of Rio de Janeiro. Furthermore, she was minister of the Special Secretariat for Work and Social Assistance during the first government of Lula da Silva, a formative moment for the world’s biggest program to end hunger, Bolsa Família.
Cid Gomes is Senator for the state of Ceará. Born in Sobral and a qualified engineer from the Federal University of Ceará, he won his first electoral mandate in 1990, as state deputy. Four years later he was reelected and also became president of the Legislative Assembly of Ceará. In 1996 he was elected mayor of Sobral, and won reelection in 2000. In 2006 Gomes was elected Governor of Ceará and reelected in 2010, both times winning in the first round. At the helm of the Ceará government he carried out numerous projects in education, such as the “Literacy at the Right Age” program and the State Schools for Professional Education. He was Minister of Education during the second government of Dilm Rousseff.
Marcel van Hattem was elected federal deputy of Rio Grande do Sul with the most votes of all candidates and is the current leader of the Novo party in Congress. He holds a Bachelor’s in International Relations and a postgraduate degree in Law, Economics and Constitutional Democracy, both from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. He also holds a Masters in Political Science from Leiden University and in Journalism, Media and Globalisation from Aarhus and Amsterdam. He began his professional career as a paper boy and then as a reporter at Jornal Dois Irmãos. He was a guest writer at Revista Voto and has written opinion pieces and other work for different Brazilian publications such as Zero Hora, Jornal do Comércio and O Estado de S. Paulo. He has worked at the international desk of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation of the Kingdom of the Low Countries in The Hague, and founded Argumento - a consultancy for leaders of expression. He was elected alderman of Dois Irmãos in 2004 at just 18 years old. He ran for state deputy and was selected as first alternate member of the Progressive Party (Partido Progressista) in 2014, fulfilling his mandate from February 2015 to March 2018. He stood out for speaking out in favour of ideas of freedom and against statist and collectivist ideologies. A collection of his most impressive speeches was published with additional comments in his book “Our Voice Is What Connects Us: from the megaphone to the court in defence of Freedom, the Rule of Law and Democracy”, published by LVM Editora.
Carlos Márcio Cozendey is currently the Delegate of Brazil to the International Economic Organizations based in Paris. Born in 1963, in Rio de Janeiro, he graduated in Economics at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and holds a master’s degree in International Relations from the University of Brasília (UnB). Ambassador Cozendey has a large experience in economic diplomacy and multilateral negotiations and, throughout his career, has participated in most of the international economic and financial fora. Previously to his current position, he was Undersecretary
General for Economic and Financial Affairs at the Foreign Ministry (Itamaraty) and acted as Brazil’s G20 Sherpa. He also served as Secretary for International Affairs at the Ministry of Finance, and held the position of Deputy Finance Minister at the G20, BRICS and UNASUR. He was president of the Board of Directors of the Brazilian Guarantees Agency (ABGF) and the Alternate Director of Brazil for the Board of Directors of the New Development Bank (NDB). At Itamaraty, he headed the Economic Department, the Department for Financial Affairs and Services and the Division of MERCOSUR. He served at the Brazilian Mission to the European Communities, in Brussels, at the Brazilian Mission to the International Organizations, in Geneva, and at the Brazilian Mission to ALADI-LAIA, in Montevideo. He also held the position of Special Advisor to the Executive Secretary of the Brazilian Chamber of Foreign Trade (CAMEX) and was a professor of Economics at the Rio Branco Institute.
Patrícia Campos Mello is a reporter at large and columnist for the Folha de São Paulo newspaper, and a commentator on world affairs on TV, on the Band and BandNews channels. For 20 years, she has covered international relations, economics and human rights, and has reported from around 50 different countries. She has been awarded the Red Cross International Committee Prize for humanitarian journalism, the King of Spain International Journalism Prize, Petrobras Prize (twice, main prize in Brazil), Grande Premio Folha (two years in a row) and Estado Prizes. She has a degree in Journalism from the University of São Paulo (USP) and a Master’s in Business and Economic Reporting from New York University, where she received a university scholarship. She wrote the books Lua de Mel em Kobane, published by Companhia das Letras, and "Índia - Da miséria à potência", published by Planeta). She is a senior fellow of the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI).
Maria Helena Castro is Advisor to the National Council of Education and President of the Commission of Teacher Training. A sociologist, she hold a Masters in Political Science from Unicamp, and is a retired professor of the same university. She was President of the National Institute of Educational Studies and Research, Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Education and State Secretary of Education for São Paulo. She coordinated the implementation of the current education assessment systems  (SAEB, ENEM, Provão), the implementation of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) in Brazil and presided over the managing committee of the National Curriculum for basic education. She is the author of a diverse range of articles, book chapters and an editor of several books on Brazilian education. A member of the Brazilian Academy of Education and the Sao Paulo Academy of Education, she is currently a PISA Ambassador for School in Brazil.
Walfrido Warde is President of the Instituto para a Reforma das Relações entre Estado e Empresa (Association Rethinking the Link between Companies and the Brazilian Government). Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the Law School of the University of São Paulo (USP) and in Philosophy from the School of Philosophy, Languages and Human Sciences of the USP. LLM from the New York University School of Law, Doctor of Juridical Science in Commercial Law from the Law School of the USP, researcher (with scholarship) at the Max-Planck Institut für Ausländisches und Internationales Privatsrecht (Hamburg, Germany), in 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008. Author of various books and publications, in particular the bestseller “The Spectacle of Corruption”, which examines the devastating effects of white-collar crime in Brazil and analyses the failures of the system in combating it.
Cristina Tardáguila is the founder of Lupa Agency, the first fact-checking agency in Brazil. As of March 2019 she is the associate director of  the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) in Tampa, United States. She has a Bachelors and Masters degree in Journalism (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid University, Spain, respectively), as well as an MBA in Digital Marketing from Fundação Getúlio Vargas-RJ. In her career as a reporter and editor, she has worked for the newspapers O Globo and Folha de S.Paulo, and for the journal Piauí. She is the author of “A arte do Descaso”, which tells the story of the greatest art robbery in Brazil, and “Você foi Enganado" which reveals the lies  told by Brazil’s recent presidents. She has given two TED Talks on fake news and was a two-time finalist of the “Comunique-se Prize”, in the category of entrepreneurial journalist.
Lavinia Barros de Castro has a PhD in Economics from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ, 2009) and a PhD in Social Sciences from Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro (2006 - Sandwich P.h.D Program at Berkeley University of Califórnia). She has been working at the National Development Bank (BNDES) in Brazil since 2001, as a teacher at IBMEC Faculty since 1999 and as an invited professor at Coppead's MBA program since 2007. She has experience in monetary policy, exchange rate regimes, Brazilian economy, investment finance for economic development and financial regulation, development banks, scenarios building (long term) and strategic planning. She is a co-author and co-organizer of many books on Brazilian Economy, including Economia Brasileira Contemporanea, which won the 2005 Brazilian Jabuti Book Prize.
Jean Wyllys holds a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a Master’s in Language and Linguistics from the Federal University of Bahia. He was a journalist at Correio da Bahia e has worked for numerous other communications platforms, as well as teaching a Master’s course on HIV/Aids and Hepatitis at UNIRIO. He served as a Federal Deputy for the PSOL party for two terms. In 2005, Wyllys won Big Brother Brazil, bringing the debate over homophobia to one of the country’s most widely watched programs. Five years later, he was elected to Congress with PSOL, being the first openly gay Congressman in the history of Brazil. The driving force behind proposals such as universal marriage rights, the legalization of abortion, the regularisation of sex work, a law to recognise gender identity, humanised birth, the legalization of cannabis and zero tolerance on bullying in schools, he was re-elected  in 2014 with almost 145,000 votes. Jean was included in The Economist’s Top 50 personalities with an outstanding commitment to diversity. Despite being re-elected in 2018, Jean did not assume his mandate as Federal Deputy and currently lives in Europe, where he has participated in conferences as a critic of the current government.
Roberto Waack is Executive Director of the Renova Foundation, dedicated to the restoration of the Doce River in Minas Gerais. He is also a founding partner of Amata S.A. where he acted as CEO and then President of the Council of Administration. Roberto is a co-founder of Coalizão Brasil Clima Florestas e Agricultura (Brazilian Coalition of Climate, Forests and Agriculture). He was President of The International Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC International) and of the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) in Brazil. He also was advisory member of organizations such as the Global Reporting Initiative, Ethos Institute, Brazilian Fund for Biodiversity, Brazilian Institute for Corporate Governance, the Bovespa Corporate Sustainability Index, among others. Roberto was president of the Orsa Florestal and director of pharmaceutical companies. A biologist, he holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of São Paulo School of Administration and Economics, with a focus on New Institutional Economics.
Raquel Franzim is an educator since 1995. Raquel has worked as a teacher, educational coordinator and teacher trainer, and has dedicated 14 years to working in the public school system in the city of São Paulo. She specialises in primary education although she has experience working with adolescents and young people through socio-educational projects, and is qualified to work with socially vulnerable members of society. She coordinates the educational agenda of the Alana Institute, as well as Programa Escolas Transformadoras do Brasil (Changemaker Schools), a collaboration with the Ashoka organization.
Raul Jungmann is a former Minister of Agrarian Reform, of Defence and of Public Security. He was a Federal Deputy from 2003-2011 and 2015-2019, as well as Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Planning and Management, President of Ibama (Brazilian Institute of Environmnent and Renewable Natural Resources) and Incra (National Institute of Colonization and Agrarian Reform), President of the Administrative Council of the Brazilian Development Bank, President of the Commission for Public Security and Vice President of the Commission for Foreign Affairs and Defence in the Lower House. He was a City Councillor in Recife from 2013 to 2015.
Elena Landau is a Brazilian economist and lawyer who served as Director for Privatisations at the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) during Fernando Henrique Cardoso's first presidential term. Also, she is a former Chairman of the Board of Directors of Eletrobrás (biggest company in the field of electric power in Latin America). Ms. Landau has an accomplished career as a consultant and is the Chair of LIVRES, a movement that advocates for more economic and customs freedom in Brazil.
Sônia Guajajara, of the Guajajara people indigenous to Brazil, is from the Indigenous Territory of Araribóia in Maranhão state. She holds a degree in Language and Literature from the State University of Maranhão as well as a Master’s in Special Education and is currently a member of the executive coordination team for liaison with the indigenous peoples of Brazil. In 2018 she was candidate for the vice-presidency of Brazil together with Guilherme Boulos of PSOL (Socialism and Liberty Party). As one of the figureheads of the indigenous movement in Brazil, she has received numerous awards in recognition of her work and her fight to defend human rights, indigenous territories, and the environment.
Edu Lyra is a journalist, author of the books ‘Jovens Falcões’ and ‘Da Favela Para O Mundo’, a screenwriter of the film “Na Quebrada” and founder of the organization Gerando Falcões which, in five years, has provided continuous support to over 1800 families in the outskirts of São Paulo through education, culture, sport, professional qualifications and job opportunities. Edu was selected by the WEF as one of fifteen young Brazilians who can change the world through the Global Shapers program. He appeared in Forbes’ 30 under 30 Most Influential Brazilians. He was awarded the Young Entrepreneur of the Year by LIDE (Brazilian Business Leaders’ Group), and recognised as a Top Paulistano (São Paulo resident) by Veja magazine. He has also been the recipient of the Young Brazilian Prize 2015/2016 in the Social category, the Abraps Prize at the Virada Sustentável Festival 2017 in the category for Inequality Reduction, LIDE Entrepreneur of the Year 2017, and the was awarded the City of São Paulo Medal in 2018.
Melina Risso is Programme Director at Igarapé Institute and co-author of the book “Public Security and co-author of the book “Segurança Pública Para Virar o Jogo” (Changing the Game Through Public Security”). Melina has worked in public security for over fifteen years. She was Director of Sou da Paz Institute, an NGO dedicated to reducing violence in Brazil. Her work has always been closely linked to the development and improvement of public policies undergoing formulation, implementation or evaluation. She has broad experience working with police and municipalities. She has taken part in research involving the regulation of firearms, the use of force by police and criminal justice systems and was a member of the National Council of Public Security in Brazil. Melina has also worked extensively outside of Brazil. She was a visiting scholar at George Mason University in Virginia, United States, and has spoken at diverse events across Latin America such as Women’s Forum; Tejiendo redes - Geografía del delito da UNODC; Fifth International Seminar on Strategic Intelligence of the Colombian National Police Force. In 2011 she was the representative for civil society for the regulation of the Geneva Declaration on armed violence and development, of which Brazil is a signatory. She is co-founder of the Movimento Agora! organization, a member of the Brazilian Forum on Public Security and a consultant Inter-American Development Bank. Melina holds a Masters and a Doctorate in Government and Public Administration from Fundaçao Getúlio Vargas as well as a Bachelors in Social Communication Studies from ESPM.
Débora Garofalo has a Bachelor’s degree in Language and Education with a Major in Portuguese Language from Unicamp and a Master’s in Education from PUC-São Paulo.  She has been a public school teacher in São Paulo for fourteen years, with four years spent as a Professor of Technology, which led her to develop a robot from scrap metal. She is a columnist in the Technology section of the New School Review (Revista Nova Escola) and Modern Editorial (Editora Moderna) website. Débora has won the Teachers of Brazil prize in the category of Innovation in Education, as well as being named winner of the Creative Learning Challenge from MiT Lab and reaching the Top 10 of the Global Teacher Prize, considered as the Nobel Prize of education.
Caio Megale is Secretary of Industrial Development, Commerce, Services and Innovation. He has a Bachelor’s in Economics from University of São Paulo (USP) with a Masters degree  from PUC-Rio. His masters dissertation won the BNDES Award in 2005. Caio Megale served as Municipal Secretary of Finance in São Paulo from January 2017 to December 2018. In the same period, Megale was Vice-president of ABRASF - Brazilian Association of Capital Finance Secretariats. Between 2011 and 2016, Megale was an associate in Itaú Unibanco and one of the persons in charge for the Economic team of the bank. Prior to that, he worked for Lloyds Asset Management, Máxima Asset Management and Gávea Investimentos as economist, and before that, in 2005, he participated in Mauá Investimentos Foundation, of which he was partner and Chief Economist until 2010. Megale was professor of Economics at PUC-Rio and IBMEC-SP, and has several articles published on the major Brazilian media.
Wagner Rosário has been minister of the General Controller’s Office (CGU) since June 2018, having previously worked there as vice-minister from June 2017. He holds a Bachelor’s in Military Science from Agulhas Negras Military Academy and a Master’s degree in Corruption and the Rule of Law from the University of Salamanca. He has also served as an Army Officer. A native of Minas Gerais, Wagner Rosário has been a fully trained Federal Finance and Control auditor since 2009. He became the first civil servant of the CGU to become vice-minister and minister of the department. Within the internal monitoring structure of the federal government he has also worked in Special Operations, responsible for joint anti-corruption investigations with the Federal Police, public ministries and other defense organs of the state. He is a recognised author, his paper on “The role of internal monitoring in the fight against corruption, focusing on the joint investigation between Brazil and Spain’ having been published in 2016.
Sérgio Olimpio Gomes, known popularly as Major Olimpio, comes from the São Paulo municipality of Presidente Venceslau and a retired Military Police officer after 29 years of service. Major Olimpio has a degree in Law and Social Sciences, and has worked as a journalist, a sports teacher, a martial arts instructor, a firearms instructor and is the author of several books on security. He was a State Deputy for São Paulo between 2007 and 2015, and then Federal Deputy from 2015 to 2019. In 2019 he became a Senator for São Paulo with 9 million votes.
Antonio Carlos Magalhães Neto, born in Salvador, Bahia, on 29 January 1979, better known as ACM Neto, is the re-elected Mayor of Salvador, winning 74% of votes in 2016. After passing the bar at Bahia Federal University, ACM Neto entered public life inspired by his grandfather, senator Antonio Carlos Magalhães (1927-2007). He was elected Federal Deputy for the first time in 2003 and was re-elected twice after that, winning the most votes of any federal deputy in Bahia. Between 1999 and 2002 he was advisor to the Education Secretary of Bahia. Since 2018, ACM Neto is the president of the Democratas party.
Eduardo Leite is the governor of the state of Rio Grande do Sul. He was elected with 3.128.317 votes, equivalent to 53.62% of the valid votes in the 2018 elections. Born in Pelotas on March 10, 1985, his term of office ends in 2022. He reached the position of governor when he was 33 years old, becoming the youngest governor in Brazil.
Leite began his career path in politics early. He was mayor of Pelotas, a city in the South of Rio Grande do Sul, from 2013 to 2016, after being elected with approximately 110 thousand votes. Prior to that, he served as secretary of the City Hall, alderman and president of the City Council, also in Pelotas. During his term as mayor of his hometown, Leite modernized management methods and prioritized fiscal austerity, which resulted in balanced public accounts. He was able to guarantee funding for major infrastructure works and the remodeling of the urban mobility system, and he also improved Health and Education indicators. He completed his term with 87% of popular approval in public opinion surveys. Since he believes re-election is a problem in current Brazilian political system, he did not run for a new term. Instead, Leite nominated his vice-mayor, Paula Mascarenhas, as a candidate, and she won the election with approximately 112 thousand votes. Eduardo Leite was chosen by “Americas Quarterly”, a North-American magazine, as one of the five most promising politicians under 40 in Latin America. He went to Columbia University, in New York City, USA, where he studied Public Policy, and is currently taking a master’s degree in Public Management at Fundação Getúlio Vargas, in São Paulo.
Flávio Dino is Governor for the state of Maranhão. He was president of the Association of Federal Judges of Brazil (AJUFE) and Secretary General of the National Council of Justice (CNJ). He was a Federal Deputy between 2007 and 2011. He is also a professor of Constitutional Law and holds a Master in Public Law from the Federal University of Pernambuco
Fernando Gallo has been Director of Public Policy for Twitter in Brazil since 2016. He is in constant contact with members of the government and of civil society regarding key issues of internet policy such as freedom of expression, education, cybersecurity, as well as human rights.

[ ORGANIZATION 2019 ]

Caio

Garcez, Rio de Janeiro/RJ

Logistics Coordinator

MA Candidate in Education

University College London

Catarina
Ferraz,
Recife/PE

Content Coordinator

LL.M Candidate in Commercial and Corporate Law

Queen Mary University of London

Cristiano

Gomes, Salvador/BA

Finance Coordinator

MBA  Candidate 

London Business School

Filipe

Portela, Recife/PE

Sponsorship Coordinator

 

LL.M Candidate in Tax Law

Queen Mary University of London

Marcus Thulio

Bezerra, Caruaru/PE

Communication Coordinator

LL.M Candidate in International Financial Law

King's College London

Ana Paula

Mansur, Rio de Janeiro/RJ

Communication

 

MSc Candidate in Media, Communication and Development

LSE

Bruna

Araújo, João Pessoa/PB

Logistics

 

MSc Candidate in Public Policy and Administration

LSE

Bruna

Oliveira, Salvador/BA

Logistics

MSc Candidate in Political Economy of Late Development

LSE

Claudia

Orrico, Salvador/BA

Sponsorship

LL.M Candidate in International Tax

King's College London

Diogo Luiz

Cordeiro, Rio de Janeiro/RJ

Content

MSc Candidate in Regulation

LSE

Felipe

Tirado, Belo Horizonte/MG

Content

LL.M Candidate in Transnational Law

King's College London

Gabriela
Bazzo,
Florianópolis/SC

Communication

MSc Candidate in International Migration and Public Policy

LSE

Isabela Castilla

Corrêa, Lima/Peru

Logistics

BSc Candidate in Social Policy and Economics

LSE

Joe

Brandon, London/UK

Communication

MSc Candidate in Globalisation and Latam Development

University College London

Julia Carnevalli Durigan, Jaboticabal/SP

Logistics

MSc Candidate in Law and Finance​

University of Oxford

Lara Coelho

Amorim, Belo Horizonte/MG

Communication

 

MBA  Candidate 

London Business School

Lucas Brandão Caiado, Goiânia/GO

Content

Master of Law Candidate

University of Cambridge

Luciane

Pivetta, Cuiabá/MT

Content

LL.M Candidate in Transnational Law​

King's College London

Luiz

Loureiro, Rio de Janeiro/RJ

Sponsorship

LL.M Candidate in International Tax

King's College, London

Pedro Stoeckli

Pires, Belo Horizonte/MG

Logistics

MPP Candidate in Public Policy

University of Oxford

Priscila Bellini Carmona, São Paulo/SP

Communication

MSc Candidate in Gender, Media and Culture 

LSE

Rafaela Guerrize

Conte, Cuiabá/MT

Content

MSc Candidate in Regulation

LSE

Renan de

Souza, São Paulo/SP

Communication

MA Candidate in International Relations

Goldsmiths University of London

Roberto 

Monteiro, São Paulo/SP

Sponsorship

MBA Candidate​

London Business School

Wander

Damasceno, Fortaleza/CE

Finance

BSc Candidate in Business

LSE

Thiago Elert Soares, São Paulo/SP

Content

MSc Candidate in Development Studies

LSE

Yuri Arabadgi de Andrade, São Paulo/SP

Finance

MSc Candidate in International Migration and Public Policy 

LSE

Credits: Ju Sampaio