Cristiano Noronha, vice president and partner of Arko Advice: “The reforms were paused”

Cristiano Noronha is vice president and partner at Arko Advice. He is a Business Administrator and Master in Political Science from the University of Brasília. He was a professor of Political Science and Administration (UPIS and UNB). Cristiano regularly lectures to foreign investors in the United States and Europe. He is editor-in-chief of “Political Scenarios” and columnist of the magazine ISTOÉ. "Search […]

Tathiana Chicarino, political scientist: “Politics is the place of negotiation”

Tathiana Chicarino is a PhD student and Master in Social Sciences at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). Graduated in Sociology and Politics at Fundação Escola de Sociologia e Politica de São Paulo (2010). Post-graduate professor at the São Paulo School of Sociology and Politics Foundation. Researcher at the Center for Studies in Art, Media and […]

Antônio Augusto de Queiroz, journalist and political analyst: “The disqualification of politics is tragic”

Antônio Augusto de Queiroz is a journalist, consultant and political analyst. Toninho (as he is known) is also a licensed Documentation Director at DIAP and a partner-director of Queiroz Assessoria in Institutional and Governmental Relations and Institutional Dialogue Advisory and Analysis of Public Policy. DIAP was created by labor lawyer Ulisses Riedel de Resende and by […]

Mauricio Santoro, associate professor at the Department of International Relations at UERJ: “We live in a scenario of permanent crisis”

Mauricio Santoro holds a PhD in Political Science from Iuperj, an adjunct professor in the Department of International Relations at the University of the State of Rio Janeiro, where he is part of the Sergio Vieira de Mello chair, a partnership between the institution and UNHCR. He was a visiting researcher at the universities New School (New York) and Torcuato di Tella (Buenos Aires). He worked at Amnesty International, at […]

Ricardo Caldas, professor at UnB and political scientist: “There are several social actors”

Ricardo Wahrendorff Caldas has a degree in Economics (1984) and a Master's in Political Science from the University of Brasília (1989). He obtained a Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Kent at Canterbury (1994). In 1995 he developed Postdoctoral research at Columbia University and at the Rockfeller Center of Latin American Studies (Harvard University), and in 1997 at the University […]

Rafael Cortez, partner and political scientist at Tendencias Consultoria: “The central challenge is at the political level”

Rafael Cortez holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of São Paulo. He also holds a degree in International Relations from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2002). He was a Fapesp Scientific Initiation scholarship holder. He defended his Master's degree at the University of São Paulo, financed by Fapesp. In the Doctorate, he was a CNPQ fellow and obtained the title with […]

Juliana Cardoso, councilor for PT / SP: “The Government does not tax the great fortunes”

Juliana Cardoso is an educator, activist of social / union movements and councilor elected by the Workers' Party in São Paulo. He is considered a reference in the defense of Human Rights and, for his performance in this area, he was honored in 2017. He chaired the Human Rights Commission of the Municipality of São Paulo. Of indigenous origin, he was born in […]

Bia Kicis, Federal deputy for PSL / DF: "Recordings are allowed worldwide"

Beatriz Kicis Torrents de Sordi (better known as Bia Kicis) is a lawyer, former prosecutor of the Federal District and president of the Instituto Resgata Brasil, whose goal is to fight for a free, solidary and developed society based on Christian values. It is affiliated with the PSL (Partido Social Liberal). Declaredly right-wing, he is an activist on the agenda of […]
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