Natalia Viana is the co-founder and executive director of Agência Pública, Brazil’s first nonprofit investigative journalism outlet. She leads long-term investigations and multimedia projects about human rights violations and the abuse of power. Viana is the author or co-author of six books about political violence and social issues in Latin America. She chairs the Brazilian Association of Digital Journalism and is a board member of the Gabo Foundation and the Center for Media Integrity, launched by the Organization of the American States.
Published in: 50.50: InvestigationAsí opera la ultraderecha de EEUU para reelegir a Bolsonaro en Brasil
Es improbable que Bolsonaro entregue el poder sin resistirse. Aliados clave de Trump se preparan para dar batalla por él
Published in: 50.50: InvestigationHow the US far-Right is acting to get Bolsonaro re-elected in Brazil
Bolsonaro is unlikely to give up power without a fight. Key Trump supporters are preparing to do battle for him