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Thiana Biondo

Having graduated from the Federal University of Bahia in Communication-Journalism, I finished my MA in International Relations at the University of Sussex, England, in 2012. I'm interested in the subjects of ‘development’, post-colonialism and identity. I love narratives in all different formats​ and I'm addicted to storytelling.

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Latest posts by Thiana Biondo

Young Brazilians Are Creating Radio Jingles to Promote Sustainable Amazon Development

Youth in the Brazilian Amazon community Cabelo Seco are taking the lead through a radio project, supported by Rising Voices, to promote sustainability through traditional, digital, and innovative means.

Free Expression, Right to Information Focus of Blog Action Day Brazil

Online censorship and police repression on the streets are problems yet to be overcome in Brazil, bloggers wrote.

“What Comb Do You Use?”: Documentary Tackles Race and Hair In Brazil

PHOTO: Bloody Protests Outside Brazilian Bus Baron Wedding

Brazil: A Nation Divided Between Protests and Football

Brazil won Uruguay in the Mineirão Stadium, on Wednesday 26 June, in the city of Belo Horizonte, securing a place in the Confederation Cup finall. At the same time, 40,000...

Protesters’ Open Letter to Brazil's President

Nothing Can Stop Brazil's Vinegar Revolt, Not Even FIFA

As the international Confederation Cup football tournament played on in Brazil, massive protests against rising bus fares spread throughout the country.

Female Rapper to Speak at TEDxSão Tomé

Brazil: Petition for Slander-Accused Journalist

Amnesty Publishes 2013 Report on Angola

SlutWalk Brazil takes Brazilian cities

TEDxSão Tomé: More speakers confirmed

Angola Threatens to Shut Down Media

Mozambique Activist Withdraws Candidacy

Turf War Brewing in Brazil Over Corruption Investigations

On the heels of a landmark corruption case in Brazil that saw former members of ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's government convicted of participating in a vote-buying scheme, a...

TEDXSão Tomé: Event arrives in São Tomé and Príncipe

Brazilian Cartoonist Inspires Kissing Protest

Brazilians Accuse FIFA of Stamping Out Local Culture

Anger in Brazil is on the rise as World Cup authorities refuses to allow street vendors in the northeastern city of Salvador, one of 12 cities hosting the 2014 football...

Will Brazil Stem New Tide of Immigration?

The global financial crisis, wars and natural disasters have inspired a new wave of immigration to Brazil. The development of successful immigration policies may contribute to Brazil’s reputation as an...

‘Testosterona’ Blog is Out of MTV Brazil

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