Giovana Fleck is a journalist. As a reporter, she tells stories in different media about society in general. In 2019, she decided to specialize in data journalism and political journalism outside of Brazil. As a media researcher, she focuses on media education and constructive journalism.
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Among those involved in the case are the former Minister of Finance, the son of the former President, as well as leaders of the country's secret service.
The journalist sent out a newsletter with a text that focused was on the police's actions, which resulted in at least 41 homicides in the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro.
José Maria Neves (PAICV) and Carlos Veiga (MPD) are running in Cape Verde's upcoming election.
The Government of Angola launched a campaign to combat a harmful experimental practice called "jarda," a procedure that aims to alter parts of the body through chemical injections.
The award winner, Matias Guente "has faced a series of threats for his harsh reporting, including police interrogations, accusations of rape, state secrecy, and conspiracy and an attempted kidnapping in...
The authorities claim that the drink encourages cannabis consumption, which is prohibited in Mozambique.
Despite these firings and arrests, Angolans themselves do not believe that corruption will end in their country.
Journalists Marcelo Ninio and Talita Fernandes discuss Brazilian perspectives on China.
Despite its two-decade history in Brazil, the Chinese tech giant's chance to compete for 5G development contracts was at one point vehemently opposed by the Bolsonaro government.
"The problem is Brazil's current development model that turns it into a large farm," said Evandro Menezes de Carvalho, a specialist in Chinese law and international trade.
Global Voices talked to five people of Chinese descent in Brazil. All said intolerance increased with the COVID-19 pandemic.
While governments around the world scrambled to secure vials of the COVID-19 vaccine, Bolsonaro refused to negotiate with drug companies, especially the Chinese ones.
With millions of tweets, Brazilians have a mixed impact on politics but show fervor for transparency, equality and anti-racism.
"Not only are women at risk of contracting COVID-19, they are also exposed to an increased threat of sexual violence during the pandemic."
"In this struggle for life, which dates back to our ancestor's memory, we will continue to demand the fulfillment of our rights."
Each language is morphing in its own way -- and not everyone is happy about it.
In 2020, anti-fascist demonstrations have emerged as a counter-offensive to recent protests organized by President Jair Bolsonaro's supporters.
Marielle Franco case remains under state police without federal interference, rules Brazil High Court
Marielle's family members and advocates have feared that moving the case to federal level would make it vulnerable to interference by President Jair Bolsonaro, whose family has links with the suspects in...
"We are the invisible hands. Our work is not valued. We don’t exist for the families we serve nor do we exist for the state."
One of the lists, which circulated on WhatsApp, doxxed people's personal information such as names, pictures, and addresses.