Geographer, Doctoral Student at the POSTAGE at Universidade Federal Fluminense. Master in Geography from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA). Associate Researcher at the Brazilian Association of Black Researchers (ABPN). He was professor and academic coordinator of the Specialization Lato Sensu State and Law for Peoples and Traditional Communities and of the Specialization Lato Sensu Human Rights and Contemporaneity-UFBA / UAB / CAPES. He has a CNPq link with the Research Group on State History, Law and Human Rights (GPhEDDH-UFBA). Between 2007 and 2015, he held public positions of advisor and coordinator for traditional peoples and communities in the Government of the State of Bahia, in the areas of water management, social development and promotion of racial equality. He was a national consultant to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) for the regulation of the Prior Consultation of Convention 169 of the International Labor Organization (ILO). Areas of knowledge: Geopolitics, Territory, Racial Inequality, Quilombola Territory, Public Policy, South-South Cooperation and Territorial Mapping.
Researcher at the Urban Legal Amazon Project. PhD in Public Health from the Collective Health Institute of the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA). Master in Nutrition, Food and Health and Nutritionist from the School of Nutrition at the Federal University of Bahia. Experience in research related to aging, Zika virus and child health. Former technical advisor of the National School Feeding Program at CECANE (Bahia).
She is currently a Post-Doc researcher (CIDACS/Fiocruz/Bahia). Doctor in Public Health with concentration in Epidemiology (ISC/UFBA) defending her thesis on Racism and Abortion. She did Sandwich Internship at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences (University of Porto). Master in Nursing from the Federal University of Bahia. Associate Researcher at MUSA – Program of Studies in Gender and Health (ISC/UFBA), Researcher of the Program of Studies in Non-Communicable Chronic Diseases, Life and Aging Course – Elsa/Brazil (ISC/UFBA). Graduated in Nursing (UCSAL). Member of the Racism and Health Thematic Group of the Brazilian Association of Collective Health/Abrasco. She has experience in the area of Racial Inequalities in Access to Health Services, Reproductive Rights, Racism and Health and Health Information.
Geographer from the Faculty of Geography and Cartography of the Federal University of Pará – UFPA. Master in Development Planning from the Center for High Studies in the Amazon – UFPA. PhD in Geography from the Fluminense Federal University – UFF. Professor of Geography at the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Pará – IFPA (Campus Rural de Marabá – CRMB). It develops activities in the areas of Human Geography, Urban Geography, Amazon Geography, Regional Development, Indigenous Ethnicity and Indigenous School Education with participation in research projects along these lines.
Journalist graduated from the Social University Center of Bahia (UNISBA). She has worked as a social communicator since 2007. Among her experiences, we highlight her work as a coordinator of community projects at Instituto Mídia Étnica, as a reporter for the newspapers Ìrohìn and A Tarde, and providing press relations for public and private bodies, in addition to her performance as a social network analyst. Her professional trajectory earned her two journalism awards from Banco do Nordeste in 2010. As a researcher, she is dedicated to the study of cultural identities, communication and blackness, participating in the research line in “Processes of subjectivation, race, gender and sexuality”, from the Center for Research and Extension in Culture and Sexuality (NUCUS) and in the Master’s course in Communication and Human Rights at the National University of La Plata (UNLP). She is currently a member of the Rádio Educadora FM team as a producer and music researcher for the program Especial das Seis.
Historian. Pedagogue. Psychopedagogy. Specialist in Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous History and Culture – FAAC, Education, Poverty and Social Inequality at UFBA and Human Rights at the FACIBA School.
Graduated in Pharmacy from the Federal University of Pará, Master’s in Public Health from the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, doctoral student at the Pharmaceutical Sciences Program – UFRJ, member of the Amapá Black Women’s Institute – IMENA, researcher at the Amapá State Scientific and Technological Research Institute (IEPA) in the area of medicinal plants, ethnopharmacology, pharmaceutical technology of herbal medicines, quality control of plant raw materials and public health, guiding this knowledge to the socioeconomic development of traditional communities, where projects in these areas have been coordinated in partnership with civil society organizations civil society, especially those of the female gender. Consultancy specializing in the implementation and management of Phytotherapy Programs/Services in Public Health Units, Organic and Fair For Life Certifications and oil processing
Amazonian species for community development.
Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health from UFBA. Sanitarist with experience Research experience in the area of Social Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases and Health of the Black Population.
Social Scientist, Master’s Student in Sustainable Regional Development at Universidade Federal do Cariri. Specialist in African and Negro History in Brazil by the Afro-Asian Studies Center at Candido Mendes University.
Accountant. Acting for 30 years as an Office and Finance Administrator. Experience in administrative processes and accountability of projects. I worked in the organizations OXFAM GB and Baobá – Fund for Racial Equity.
Periodista de la Universidad del Estado de Bahía (2021). Es reportero y forma parte del equipo de radio Tropical Sat FM como reportero y operador de imagen. Tiene desempeño en la gestión de redes sociales.
Baiana, social entrepreneur specializing in Strategic Design and Teaching. Active for over 10 years in the area, designing responsive interfaces and interactions for the web.