Agência Mural

Agência Mural de Jornalismo das Periferias is a non-profit local news organization that covers exclusively the low income, underserved and underprivileged communities of the 39 cities that make up the metropolitan area of Greater São Paulo through a network of “Muralistas,” or communicators who live or grew up in these neighborhoods. Agência Mural’s mission is

Agência Pública

Founded in 2011 by women reporters, Agência Pública is the first non-profit investigative news agency in Brazil. Their focus is to investigate the public administration, including all levels of government and congressional houses; the social and environmental impact of corporations and corrupt and anti-transparent practices; the efficacy, transparency, and equity of the justice system; and

((o))eco

((o))eco is a non-profit journalism organization founded in 2004 to document the challenges, setbacks and advances of issues related to nature conservation, biodiversity and environmental policy in Brazil. Considered one of the largest environmental vehicles in Brazil, ((o))eco provides an important service to society by communicating nature conservation efforts in the six Brazilian biomes, raising

Jullie Pereira

Jullie Pereira, a graduate of Federal University of Amazonas (Ufam), founded, in 2020, Abaré, an organization focused on local journalism and media education, based in Manaus. She has worked for local outlets, covered social-environmental issues for Amazônia Real, and also has been publishing in national outlets such as Folha de S. Paulo, Uol TAB, and

Giovanna Carneiro

A recent graduate from the Federal University of Pernambuco, Giovanna Carneiro has already worked as a reporter for the newspaper Folha de Pernambuco and for Marco Zero Content, as a freelancer. Additionally, Carneiro was a creator and collaborator on Revista Gruvi, an digital magazine that focuses on music and culture in the eastern Brazilian state

Fábio Bispo

Fábio Bispo is an investigative reporter focused on political coverage, public transparency, data journalism and environmental issues. Prior to becoming a Report for the World corps member, Bispo worked in daily journalism in the Brazilian State of Santa Catarina and collaborated as a freelancer for Estadão, Revista Piauí, the Intercept, Congresso em Foco, Folha and

Julia Dolce

Julia Dolce is a reporter and photojournalist who has covered indigenous peoples and socio-environmental conflicts in both the Amazon and Brazil’s tropical savannah, known as the Cerrado. Dolce’s experience prior to becoming a Report for the World corps member includes reporting for the Agência Pública, the agribusiness observatory De Olho nos Ruralistas and the newspaper

Arnaldo Sete

Arnaldo Sete is a photographer with over five years of experience in the field, and based in Recife, the capital of the eastern Brazilian state of Pernambuco. Prior to joining Report for the World, Sete was a photojournalist at Diario de Pernambuco.His work in social documentary photography began with his first authorial work in 2017

Marco Zero

Marco Zero’s mission is to produce, practice and promote independent investigative journalism that enriches and informs public debate. The organization’s reports and podcasts address issues related to democracy, gender and identity, urban mobility, as well as the social and cultural occupation of indigenous land. Central to our mission is a commitment to everyday people themselves.

InfoAmazonia

InfoAmazonia is the first media outlet to focus on data journalism to produce stories on socio-environmental issues in the Amazon. The organization publishes content in the nine countries covered by the region in Portuguese, Spanish, and English. Since 2012, InfoAmazonia has analyzed data and worked with other outlets to raise awareness about the threats to