EDITORA / EDITOR - VENEZUELA
Editor and proofreader of Latinoamérica21. Degree in Social Communication, mention in Journalism, Catholic University Andrés Bello (Caracas). Specialist in Historical Documentaries, Complutense University of Madrid.
EDITOR - ESPAÑA / ITALIA
Journalist and multimedia editor. Formerly producer at BBC Mundo (London). Master's degree in Journalism from University of Barcelona-Columbia University. King of Spain Journalism Award 2016.
TRADUCTORA / TRANSLATOR Francia
Student in Master of International Relations at the Institute of Translators, Interpreters, and International Relations - ITIRI (Strasbourg, France). BA degree in Applied Modern Languages.
EDITORA / EDITOR - Brasil
Journalist graduated from the School of Communications and Arts at the University of São Paulo (ECA-USP). Editor in the international section of Estadão. She worked at UOL Notícias. Focus on international politics and data journalism.
Giulia Medeiros Gaspar
TRADUCTORA / TRADUTORA - BRASIL
Master's student in Political Science at the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO). Graduated in International Relations from the Brazilian Institute of Capital Markets (Ibmec-RJ).
BRASIL - URUGUAY
Political scientist. Professor at the North Fluminense State University - UENF (Brazil). PhD in Political Science from IUPERJ (currently IESP / UERJ). Post-doctorate at the Institute of Iberoamerica of the Univeristy of Salamanca.
Traductora / Tradutora - Brasil
Social scientist and linguist. Ph.D. in Sociology from Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS (Brazil). BA degree in Applied Modern Languages, Majoring in English, Spanish and International Relations from University of Strasbourg (France).
COORDINADOR / COORDINATOR URUGUAY
Founder of Latinoamérica21. Journalist. Master in Journalism from the University of Barcelona and in Latin American Studies from the Complutense University of Madrid.
BRASIL - ITALIA
Researcher in public opinion, frame analysis and computational social sciences. Member of the Communication, Internet and Politics Research Group at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro.
Consultor - BRASIL
Marketing manager of Latinoamérica21. Journalist with specialization in strategic communication and digital marketing. Experience in content marketing, creation of advertising campaigns and events.
Maria Isabel Santos Lima
TRADUCTORA / TRADUTORA - BRASIL
PhD candidate in Political Science at the Instituto de Estudos Sociais e Políticos da Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (IESP-UERJ). Master in Political Science at the Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO).
BRASIL - ECUADOR
Political scientist. Professor of International Relations at Federal Rural Univ. of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ) and in the Postgraduate Program in Political Science at UNIRIO. PhD in Political Science from the Complutense Univ. of Madrid. Focused on migration, cooperation and human rights.
Political scientist. Professor at the Univ. of Valencia (Spain) and external lecturer at the Univ. of Frankfurt. Doctor in Rule of Law and Global Governance, Univ. of Salamanca. Specialized in political elites, representation, party systems and comparative politics.
ESPAÑA - MÉXICO
Economist. Analyst of markets and sustainable investments at Dow Jones. Post-graduate degree in Economics and International Business from the Faculty of Economics of the Hochschule Schmalkalden (Germany).
ESTADOS UNIDOS - VENEZUELA
Political scientist graduated from Central Univ. of Venezuela and Autonomous Univ. of Barcelona. Master in Latin American Studies from the Univ.of Salamanca. Specialist in Parliaments. Editor of the Parlamundi blog and the Latinoamerica21 Podcast.
INGLATERRA - ECUADOR
Professor of Political Economy in Emerging Markets and Director of the Master's Degree in International Development of Kings College London. PhD in Political Science from the Univ. of Notre Dame (U.S.A.). Studies the political management of public finances.
Professor at the IESP of the State Universiy of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) and researcher at the Complutense Univ. of Madrid. He is a member of the board of directors of the Latin American Sociological Association (ALAS) and a member of the Southern Ecosocial Pact.
Associate research at the German Institute for Global and Area Studies (GIGA) and the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). He was Director of the Inst. for Latin American Studies and Vice President of the GIGA.
Professor at the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (UNIRIO). PhD in Political Science from IUPERJ (currently IESP / UERJ). Post-Doctorate at the University of California in Irvine.
Professor Emeritus at the University of Salamanca and UPB (Medellín). Latest books (2020): "El oficio de político" (2nd. ed., Tecnos (Madrid) and in co-edition with Porfirio Cardona-Restrepo "Dilemas de la representación democrática" (Tirant lo Blanch, Colombia).
Professor at the Center for Political Studies at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Doctor in Political and Social Sciences from UNAM. Focuses on the Mexican political system, participation and political representation.
Chile - Uruguay
Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and History of the Diego Portales Univ. (Chile). PhD in Political Science from the Univ. of Notre Dame. She has been a visiting professor at the univeristies of Harvard, Leiden and Oxford, and at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies.
Associate Professor at the Univ. of Pittsburgh and former Director of the Center for Latin American Studies of the same university. He has been a professor at Duke University, CIDE (Mexico) and the Univ. of Salamanca (Spain). Specialized in parties and electoral systems in L. America.
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