São Paulo, Brazil
Masters in Education
Undergraduate/Bachelor: International Relations
Feminism, International Relations, Social Movements, Gender, Sexuality, Human Rights, Sexual and Reproductive Rights, Public Security, Public Policies and Education.
Feminist activist has been working with teacher training of public education network and public security agents for gender, sexuality and ethnic-racial diversity in Brazil since 2009. Between 2013 and 2015 she worked on the extension project "Policies to combat sexism and homophobia in the prison environment: possible dialogues, necessary confrontations" working with public security agents and LGBT people in deprivation of liberty. From 2014 to 2016 she worked on a project of mapping the political participation of feminist lesbians in social movements in Argentina, Colombia, Uruguay, and Brazil. She holds a Master's degree in Education from the Federal University of Tocantins, Brazil (2016). Specialist in Gender and Sexuality by the Latin American Center for Sexuality and Human Rights - CLAM / State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2011) and in Management of Non-Governmental Organizations by Presbyterian University Mackenzie, São Paulo, Brazil (2007). She holds a degree in International Relations from the Ibero-American University Center (2006). She was a member of the Advisory Group on Civil Society of the UN Women Brazil (2015-2017). And she is also part of the LGBT Coalition that operates within the Organization of American States (OAS). She is interested in and works with Feminism, International Relations, Social Movements, Gender, Sexuality, Human Rights, Sexual and Reproductive Rights, Public Security, Public Policies and Education.Contact