Risk Resilience and Resistance Journalism and journalists in Brazil in continous resistance

This short doc aims to contextualize and introduce the growing attacks against journalism and journalists in Brazil, the risks they are exposed and how they are building resilience and resistance against the threats.

Produced by: A partnership between University of Sao Paulo – Scholl of Journalism and Publishing and Reporter Brasil - NGO

Elizabeth Saad, Director - Senior Professor for graduation programs and research coordinator at School of Communication and Arts – University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Author of books and papers. International speaker and former visiting fellow at Digital Journalism Group at OsloMet University, Norway.

Daniela Osvald Ramos, Director - Journalist, Professor and researcher of Communication Technologies at School of Communications and Arts of University of São Paulo (USP). Currently member of two projects: audiovisual literacy for children and youngers in public schools, with journalism professors at USP and algorithm-mediated violence, in Center for the Study of Violence at USP.

Carlos Juliano Barros, Script and producer - Has a degree in journalism and a master's degree in Human Geography, both from USP. One of the founders of Repórter Brasil, in partnership with Caio Cavechini, directed the documentary Carne, Osso. Winner of the Gabriel García Márquez Journalism Award for the documentary Jaci - Seven Sins of an Amazonian Work. He is an associate of Reporter Brasil.

Leonardo Sakamoto, Narration - PhD in Political Science from the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences at USP and graduated in Journalism from the same university, he covered armed conflicts and disrespect for human rights in Brazil, East Timor, Angola and Pakistan. He is the founder and coordinator of the NGO Repórter Brasil and its representative in the National Commission for the Eradication of Slave Labor. And Human Rights

David Donato, Developer and Jonas Santana, Developer