Data Privacy Brasil is an organization that was born from the union between a school and a civil association in favor of promoting a culture of data protection and digital rights in Brazil and around the world. To this end, with the support of a multidisciplinary team, we carry out training, events, certifications, consultancies, multimedia content, public interest research and civic audits to promote rights in a data society marked by asymmetries and injustices. Through education, awareness and mobilization of society, we aim for a democratic society where technologies are at the service of people's autonomy and dignity.
We believe that the protection of personal data is one of the foundations of democracy and it needs to be considered from the perspective of social justice and power asymmetries. We work to promote a culture of data protection and to ensure that digital rights are fundamental rights for everyone, carrying out research that is open to the public, guided by a strong social commitment and with ethical funding.
We are a non-profit, non-partisan civil society organization that promotes the protection of personal data and other fundamental rights from a perspective of social justice and power asymmetries.
We believe that guaranteeing digital rights for everyone is one of the foundations of democracy. Through the development and dissemination of knowledge and information of public interest, we seek to promote a culture of data protection, guided by a strong social commitment and ethical financing.
Bruno Bioni | Director Data Privacy Teaching and Data Privacy Brasil Research Association
Ph.D. in Commercial Law and master’s in civil law from the University of São Paulo Law School. He was a study visitor for the Department of Personal Data Protection of the European Data Protection Board/EDPB and the Council of Europe, and a visiting researcher at the Centre for Law, Technology, and Society at the University of Ottawa Law School. He is the author of the book “Proteção de Dados Pessoais: a função e os limites do consentimento” (Personal Data Protection: the role and limits of consent). He is a member of the Latin American Network of Studies on Surveillance, Technology and Society/LAVITS, and also of the International Association of Privacy Professionals – IAPP, with a CIPP/E Certification. He is the founder and director of Data Privacy Brasil, an intersection space between a school of courses and a research association in the area of privacy and data protection.
Rafael Zanatta | Director Data Privacy Brazil Research Association
Executive director at the Data Privacy Brasil Research Association. He holds a master's degree from USP Law School andand a PhD drom USP Institute of Energy and Environment. He holds a Master’s in Law and Economics from the University of Turin. Alumni of the Privacy Law and Policy Course at the University of Amsterdam (2018). Member of the Latin American Network for Surveillance, Technology, and Society (Lavits). Member of the Brazilian Institute of Civil Liability (Iberc). He is an effective member of the Special Commission for the Defense of the Rights of Children and Adolescents of the OAB de São Paulo (2022-2025).
Mariana Rielli | Director Data Privacy Brazil Research Association
Lawyer and researcher with a background in the non-profit sector, specifically in human rights organizations. Graduated in Law from the University of São Paulo (USP), Mariana has a specialization degree in management of social projects and public policies at SENAC-SP. She worked as a research and advocacy advisor at the Legal Reference Center of ARTICLE 19 Brazil between the years 2014 and 2018, year in which she provided a research consultancy to the Alianza por la Libre Expresión e Información. She has been part of Data Privacy Brasil since March 2019 and, as of the formalization of the Data Privacy Brasil Research Association, she led the Observatory on Privacy and Data Protection project and became a project coordinator, a position she held until December 2022, when she started coordinating the institutional development and fundraising efforts of the organization. Since January 2023 she is also working on her Master's degree in Philosophy, with a focus on data and digital societies, at the University of Tilburg, Netherlands.
Jaqueline Trevisan Pigatto
Jaqueline Trevisan Pigatto | Coordinator Data Privacy Brazil Research Association
Master’s in International Relations at the San Tiago Dantas Graduate Program (UNESP - UNICAMP - PUC/SP) and Ph.D. student in Social Sciences from UNESP. She was a fellow at ICANN NextGen and Youth@IGF. She has been researching global Internet Governance since 2016 and works as a researcher at Data Privacy Brasil Association since 2020.
Victor Barcellos | Marketing and Communications Coordinator Data Privacy Teaching and Data Privacy Brasil Research Association
Research fellow 2022-2023 at Institute of Cooperative Digital Economy (ICDE) at The New School, NY. Ph.D. candidate in Communication and Culture at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Master of Science in Information Science from the Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT). Bachelor of Social Communication with a major in Public Relations from the University of São Paulo (USP). Was a senior researcher of the Media Team at the Institute for Technology and Society (ITS Rio). Has a background in digital marketing, growth hacking, data analysis, social media management, content production, event organization, and press relations. In higher education, he has worked as a professor, researcher, and academic coordinator. Is the Marketing and Communications Coordinator at Data Privacy Brasil.
Pedro Saliba | Coordinator Data Privacy Brazil Research Association
Lawyer and sociologist with a Master's in Sociology and Anthropology from PPGSA/UFRJ. Researching the intersection between personal data protection and public power, especially in the area of security and surveillance, he was a researcher at the Laboratory of Digital Studies (LED / UFRJ) and currently works as a researcher at the association Data Privacy Brasil since September 2020.
Alicia Lobato | Press and Mobilization Advisor
Born in Belém do Pará, she has a degree in journalism and a postgraduate degree in Communication and Digital Strategies in Organizations. She has worked in journalistic editorial offices and news agencies and has experience with reporting, podcast promotion and distribution, press relations, and social media. At Data, she works as a press and mobilization advisor.
Eduardo Mendonça | Research Intern [email protected]
Undergraduate law student at the State University of Rio Grande do Norte (UERN). He is part of the Volunteer Researchers at the Group of Studies and Public Policies of the Law School (FAD UERN), which aims to originate a culture of access to information and transparency in the public sector in the state of Rio Grande do Norte. Research Intern at Data Privacy Research Association since March 2022.
Gabriela Vergili | Researcher [email protected]
Bachelor of Laws from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). Lawyer and researcher at Data Privacy Brasil since 2019. After the formalization of Data Privacy Brasil Research Association, she worked on the project "The Data and the Virus", and is currently part of the project New Frontiers of Digital Rights.
Horrara Moreira | Researcher [email protected]
Júlia Fernandes de Mendonça
Johanna Monagreda | Consultant [email protected]
Ph.D. and master’s degree in Political Science from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. She holds a Teaching Degree in Political and Administrative Science from the Central University of Venezuela. She is a researcher at the Center for Studies and Research on Women NEPEM/UFMG, and the author of the dissertation: “State has not given us any presents: Processes of institutionalizing demands from Afro-descendant movements in Brazil, Venezuela, and Ecuador.” Throughout her professional career, she has worked on important research in the field of human rights, racial equality policies, and policies for women in Latin America.
Júlia Fernandes de Mendonça | Researcher [email protected]
Attorney. Graduated in Law from the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) and Master's Degree candidate at the same institution. Researcher at Data Privacy Brazil Research Association since august 2020, currently linked to the Privacy Observatory and the Childhood and Data project. Advisor and former president of the Innovation and Digital Rights Lab at UFBA (Labid²). Member of the Management Center of the Research Group Civilistic Dialogues at UFBA
Marina Meira | Researcher [email protected]
Lawyer graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo, Master's student in Scientific Dissemination and Culture from Unicamp, and graduate student in Digital Law from UERJ. General Projects Coordinator of the Data Privacy Brasil Research Association, she also coordinates the project on Accountability and Digital Civil Identity. She was part of the legal team of the Children and Consumption program of NPO Alana Institute, and of the Brazilian Institute for Consumer Protection - Idec. She is a member of the Committee for the Defense of the Rights of Children and Adolescents of the Brazilian Bar Association/State of São Paulo, where she coordinates the Working Group for the Defense of Children and Adolescents in the Digital Environment.
Matheus Arcanjo | Senior Financial Analyst
Bachelor in Accounting from Universidade Paulista, certified in Tax Management and Tax Tax Planning. His career is developed in the Financial and Planning area, and Financial Market, participated in implementation projects in the Financial and Processes and Financial Planning area. He is a Senior Financial Analyst at Associação Data Privacy Brasil de Pesquisa and at Data Privacy Brasil Ensino since February 2022.
Nathan Paschoalini | Researcher [email protected]
Bachelor of Laws and master’s student in Law and Innovation from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, developing research at the intersection between political economy and data protection. Member of the Center for Advanced Studies in Person, Innovation, and Law (NEAPID). He has been a researcher at Data Privacy Brasil Research Association since June 2021.
Paula Guedes | Researcher
PhD student in Law and Artificial Intelligence at Universidade Católica Portuguesa – Centro Regional do Porto and Master in International and European Law from the same institution; specialist in Digital Law from ITS-Rio in partnership with UERJ. Member of the Legality Law and Technology Research Center at PUC-Rio. Researcher at the Data Privacy Brasil Research Association.
Rafael Guimarães | Social Network Analyst
BA in Social Communication with Qualification in Advertising from UNIFACS (Salvador University), with experience in advertising agencies and digital marketing. He has worked as a social media writer and analyst for clients from the most diverse sectors, focusing on content planning and production. He manages Data Privacy Brasil's social networks since February 2020.
Rafael Regatieri | Graphic designer
Roberto Junior | Graphic Designer
Graduated in Digital Design and Cinema, he works with graphic/digital design, art direction and publishing. He has experience in marketing teams and has been working on Data Privacy since February 2021.
Vinicius Silva | Researcher [email protected]
Master's in Social Change and Political Participation and with a BA in Public Policy Management from the School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities (EACH) of the University of São Paulo (USP). More than 8 years of professional experience in government relations and advocacy, working with monitoring, strategy, and advocacy regarding public policies in various sectors. Researcher in the following groups: Studies in Body and Art (ECOAR), Interdisciplinary Research in Humanities (PIH), and Center for Audiovisual Research and Production (NUPEPA), all from USP. Academic production in the Interdisciplinary area, mainly on issues related to the Brazilian military dictatorship, the permanent state of exception, and democracy.
Carlos Afonso | Conselheiro
Carlos Alberto Afonso is a consultant at the Nupef Institute. He was one of the pioneers in the development of the Internet in Brazil by creating Alternex as an experimental messaging system that would evolve into the first Internet service provider in the country. In 1995, while he was one of the directors of IBASE (Brazilian Institute of Social and Economic Analyses), he worked for the creation of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br), of which he was a member until 2017. He is a member of the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF).
Cecília Olliveira | Conselheira
Cecília Olliveira is an investigative journalist dedicated to covering drug and arms trafficking and violence. In 2016, frustrated with the lack of publicly available data, she began mapping the shootings in Rio de Janeiro. This idea became Fogo Cruzado (“Crossed Fire”), which today is an Institute that uses technology to produce and disseminate open and collaborative data on gun violence. Today, FC is expanding to all major cities in Brazil. She was the only Latin American finalist for the 2020 Reporters Without Borders Press Awards, which celebrates bold and courageous voices in the global media.
Fernanda Bruno | Conselheira
Fernanda Bruno is a professor at the Graduation Program in Communication and Culture at the Institute of Psychology of UFRJ. She is the coordinator of MediaLab.UFRJ, a researcher at CNPq and a founding member of the Latin American Network for Studies in Surveillance, Technology and Society/LAVITS. She was a visiting researcher at Sciences Po, Paris (2010-2011) and at the Department of Digital Humanities of King's College, London (2019-2020). She is currently a research fellow at the Surveillance Studies Centre at Queens University, Canada. Some of her recent books include: “Máquinas de ver, modos de ser: vigilância, tecnologia e subjetividade” (Sulina, 2013) (“Machines of watching, ways of being: surveillance, technology and subjectivity”) and “Tecnopolíticas da Vigilância: perspectivas da margem” (2018, Boitempo) (“Techno policies of Surveillance: perspectives of the margin”)
Marília Monteiro | Conselheira
She works in the area of Global Public Policy at ByteDance. She was a researcher at WZB Berlin (2017), worked at the Ministry of Justice (2013-2015), as a researcher at the Institute of Technology and Society of Rio de Janeiro (ITS-Rio) (2013), and has a bachelor’s degree in Law from Getúlio Vargas Foundation, with a Master’s in Public Policy from Hertie School of Governance.
Renato Leite Monteiro
Renato Leite Monteiro | Conselheiro
Ph.D. in Philosophy of Law from the University of São Paulo – USP. LL.M. in Law and Technology from New York University – NYU and the National University of Singapore – NUS. Master in Constitutional Law from UFC. He was a study visitor and consultant for the Council of Europe's Personal Data Protection Department. He actively participated and collaborated in the discussions and drafting of Brazil's General Personal Data Protection Act (LGPD). CIPP/E, CIPM, and FIP certifications. Founder and Professor of Data Privacy Brasil Education.
Virgílio Almeida | Conselheiro
He is currently an Associate Professor at the Berkman Klein Center of Harvard University. Virgílio Almeida is Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). In 2016, he was a visiting professor at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences of Harvard University. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Vanderbilt University, a master's degree in Computer Science from PUC-Rio de Janeiro, and a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the Federal University of Minas Gerais. He has held visiting positions at various universities and research labs, such as New York University, Boston University, Santa Fe Institute, and HP Research Labs. Virgílio was the National Secretary for Information Technology Policies of the Brazilian government from 2011 to 2015. He was president of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br), from 2011 to 2016. He was also President of NETmundial, the Global Multistakeholder Conference on the Future of Internet Governance, which was held in São Paulo in 2014. Virgílio is currently one of the 26 commissioners of the Global Commission for the Stability of Cyberspace (cyberstability.org/). In 2017, Virgílio chaired a Commission of the World Economic Forum (WEF). He is a member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences (ABC) and the World Academy of Sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries (TWAS). He was president of the Computer Science Department at UFMG, which currently has one of the top five graduate programs in Computer Science in Brazil.
Aline Herscovici |
Graduated in Law from FGV Direito SP and researcher at the Center for The Analysis of Freedom and Authoritarianism (LAUT). She worked as a researcher at the Data Privacy Brazil Research Association, in the project "Defending Brazil from Technoautoritarianism: a proposal of strategic advocacy and impact litigation", and fgv Direito SP, in the project "Democracy and Representation in elections 2018: election campaigns, financing and gender diversity". She was also research coordinator at Morais Andrade Advogados and an academic intern at Prof. Dr. Ronaldo Porto Macedo Júnior in philosophy of law at FGV Direito SP. During graduation, He was awarded the Merit Scholarship Mr. Luiz Simões Lopes and the Scholarship of the Presidency, both from FGV Direito SP. She was also a CNPq fellow for the Scientific Initiation Program of FGV Direito SP.
Brenda Cunha |
Master's degree in Political Science from the Institute of Social and Political Studies of the State University of Rio de Janeiro (IESP-UERJ) and bachelor's degree in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Ceará (UFC). She was a researcher of the Project New Frontiers of Digital Rights of the Data Privacy Brazil Research Association. She worked as a researcher of the Congress in Numbers Project at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation's Center for Technology and Society (CTS/FGV).
Bruna Martins dos Santos
Clarissa Pitterman Gross
Bruna Martins dos Santos |
German Chancellor Fellow of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and visiting researcher at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB). Bachelor of Laws from the University Center of Brasilia and specialist in Regulation, responsibility of Intermediaries, protection of personal data and Human Rights in the Digital Age.
Clarissa Pitterman Gross |
Coordinator of the Publications area of FGV DIREITO SP. Professor of Graduation and coordinator of the Platform for Freedom of Expression and Democracy - PLED in the same institution. Founding researcher of the Center for The Analysis of Freedom and Authoritarianism - LAUT. She was a professor of the undergraduate law course at São Judas Tadeu University. PhD in Philosophy and General Theory of Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo (2017). Fox International Fellow at Yale University (2015-2016). She was Visiting Researcher at the Australian National University (March – July, 2017). Master's degree in Law and Development from FGV DIREITO SP (2012) and Bachelor of Law from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (2010). She teaches in the areas of Theory of Law and Political Philosophy.
Daniela Dora Eilberg
Daniela Dora Eilberg |
PhD student and Master in Criminal Sciences at PUCRS. Postgraduate in Cybercrime and Digital Evidence from the University of Buenos Aires. She made a professional visit to the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Graduated in Law from UFRGS with sandwich period at Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. Assistant Editor of the Brazilian Journal of Criminal Procedural Law and the Journal of Criminal Studies. She worked as a Senior Researcher at the Data Privacy Brazil Research Association.
Eduardo Barros | Coordenador de Marketing [email protected]
Professional graduated in Digital Social Media from the University Center Fine Arts of São Paulo and post-graduated in Big Data, Communication and Marketing also by Belas Artes. He has a career developed in the area of Communication and Marketing, working in projects of area structuring, product launch, strategic content, marketing management and UX Design. Eduardo was Marketing Coordinator at The Data Privacy Brazil Research Association and Data Privacy Brasil Ensino.
Eduardo Goulart de Andrade
Eduardo Goulart de Andrade |
Eduardo Goulart is brazil editor at the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), an international consortium of investigative journalism. He also works as curator of the Pinpoint project, Abraji's partnership with Google. He is the creator of the Eye on The Data newsletter, in which he shares tips, techniques and tools for digital research. As a freelance reporter, he investigated corruption and environmental destruction, revealing mining on indigenous lands, illegal timber exports and fraud in pandemic contracts. His work can be read in vehicles such as The Intercept Brasil, Vice Brasil, Deutsche Welle Brasil, Mongabay, InfoAmazonia, Chequeado, UOL and Metrópoles. He was editor of the Newsletters Investigadora, abraji, and Don't LAI to me, of the agency Know. He also worked as a reporter at TV Brasil and was an instructor at Abraji, teaching Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) techniques to Brazilian journalists and students. At the Data Privacy Brasil Research Association, he was a researcher and editorial coordinator of the "Viral Data" project.
Erika Jardim | HR coordinator [email protected]
BA and a teaching degree in Biological Sciences from Santa Cecília University (Santos/SP) and BA in Human Resources Management from Anhembi Morumbi University (São Paulo/SP), in addition to specialization courses in Mentoring, Diversity and Inclusion, and Employer Branding. She has a career in the area of Human Resources and People Management, working on implementation projects in the area of HR/People and Culture, focusing on technology, innovation, and management. She was the HR Coordinator at Data Privacy Brasil Research Association and Data Privacy Brasil Teaching.
Estela Aranha |
Lawyer, working in Regulation and Technology, Privacy and Data Protection; President of the Data Protection and Privacy Commission of OAB-RJ; Researcher at CEDIS-IDP and Professor of the Graduate Program of Digital Law at IDP. Invited teacher in free courses, executive education and extension on Data Protection and Technology Regulation at STJ, ESA Nacional, ESA/RJ, EMERJ, FGV-Rio, Mackenzie, EPD, School of Federal Judiciary among others.
Fabrício Sanchez |
Graduated in Foreign Trade and graduated in Marketing from Paulista University, with learning course in Administrative Services by Senac. He has experience in the administrative, financial and marketing areas. He was an administrative/financial intern at the Data Privacy Brasil Research Association and Data Privacy Brasil ensino.
Flávio Leão Pinheiro
Flávio Leão Pinheiro |
Visiting professor of the Bachelor's degree in Public Policy at the Federal University of ABC (UFABC) (2018-2020) and non-resident visiting researcher at the Institute of International Relations (IRI) of the University of São Paulo (USP) (2017-2018). Postdoctoral Research Associate of the Niehaus Center (Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University) postdoctoral research associate at IRI-USP, 2017; PhD in International Relations from USP, 2014, with a sandwich doctorate from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD); Master's degree in Political Science from the University Research Institute of the State of Rio de Janeiro (IUPERJ), 2007; bachelor's degree in Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), 2003.Experience in the government area as General Coordinator of Development Policies of the Special Secretariat of Strategic Affairs (SAE) of the Presidency of the Republic (2017-2018), having been responsible for studies, projects and analyses for the formulation and improvement of strategic options of an economic, commercial and industrial nature.
Gustavo Reis |
Graduated in Administration from Anhembi Morumbi (São Paulo), with complementary course in Commerce and Service Goods by Senac. Training in data protection, AML (Prevention and Money Laundering) and Information Security of LGPD by BTG Pactual.Professional with more than ten years of experience in administrative and financial areas in the banking, accounting and services sectors. He was Administrative Manager of the Data Privacy Brazil Research Association and Data Privacy Teaching.
Hana Mesquita A. Figueira
Helena Secaf dos Santos
Hana Mesquita A. Figueira | Researcher [email protected]
Lawyer and researcher in the area of data protection and new technologies. Bachelor’s degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and member of the Legalité research group - PUC-Rio. She was a researcher at Data Privacy Brasil Research Association.
Helena Secaf dos Santos | Researcher [email protected]
Master's student and LLB from the Law School of São Paulo at Getúlio Vargas Foundation (EDESP/FGV). She attended a semester at Columbia Law School (NY) through an academic exchange program. She was a researcher at Data Privacy Brasil and worked as Coordinator of the project Surveillance on Borders.
Iasmine Favaro |
Law student at the University of São Paulo and former scholarship holder of the Tutorial Education Program of the Ministry of Education. She was a researcher at the Data Privacy Brazil Research Association, responsible for monitoring the world's Data Protection Authorities, legislative monitoring and analysis. She was part of the Dadocracia podcast and is currently an intern in the area of personal data protection and competition law in a law firm.
Izabel Nuñez |
PhD in Anthropology, PPGA/UFF (2018). PhD student in Law at PPGD/UERJ. Master in Legal and Social Sciences from PPGSD/UFF (2012). Bachelor of Legal and Social Sciences from PUCRS (2007). She is currently a postdoctoral researcher (PNPD/CAPES) linked to the Fluminense Center for Studies and Research (NUFEP/PPGA/UFF). She is deputy coordinator of the Center for Studies and Research on Subjects, Society and State (NEPSSE/UFF) and researcher at the National Institute of Comparative Studies in Institutional Conflict Management (INCT-InEAC) and the Data Privacy Brazil Research Association. Conducts research on three key themes in the field of socio-legal studies: 1. Anthropology of Law; 2. Justice System; and 3. Access to justice.
Lucas da Silva Tasquetto
Layanne Gayofato |
Layanne, 24. Graduated in Psychology from the University Center of The United Metropolitan Colleges (São Paulo/SP). He has professional experience in human resources since 2018. She was a Human Resources intern at the Data Privacy Brasil Research Association and Data Privacy Brasil Ensino.
Lucas da Silva Tasquetto |
Lucas da Silva Tasquetto is a Professor of International Relations at the Federal University of ABC (UFABC) and postdoctoral researcher with the Graduate Program in Law of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). He holds a PhD in International Relations from the University of São Paulo (USP), with a scholarship from the São Paulo State Research Foundation (FAPESP). He was professor of the International Relations course at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP), visiting researcher at King?s College London (KCL) and researcher at the Center for Global Law of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation Law School (FGV DIREITO SP). He holds a master's degree in law (2010) from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), with a scholarship from the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (CAPES), and a bachelor's degree in law (2008) from the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), where he was a scientific initiation fellow at PIBIC/CNPq. Winner of the AJURIS Human Rights Award (2006).
Marina Kitayama |
Graduated in Law from the University of São Paulo (USP), she was a research intern at the Data Privacy Brazil Research Association and is currently a legal assistant in a law firm.
Thaís Aguiar | Researcher [email protected]
Lawyer, Bachelor of Laws from the Federal University of Pernambuco - UFPE and graduate student in Data Protection Law from the University of Lisbon. With national and international experience in projects related to law and technology and Internet Governance, she worked at the Organization of American States, at the Inter-American Telecommunications Commission (CITEL-OAS), and was a researcher at IP.rec - Institute for Law and Technology Research of Recife, MITACS Globalink Intern at the University of Sherbrooke and Summer Research Scholar at the University of Auckland. A UNICEF Brazil and Fundação Estudar volunteer, she is also a Youth SIG member at Internet Society and an ISOC Brasil member, where she is part of the working group on intermediary liability. She was a researcher at Data Privacy Brasil Research Association.
Mikael Servilha | Researcher [email protected]
Bachelor of Sciences and Humanities and Undergraduate student of International Relations and Economics, all at the Federal University of ABC (UFABC). He attended a semester at the Porto Accounting and Business School (Portugal) through an academic exchange program. He is member of the Observatory of Foreign Policy and International Insertion of Brazil. He develops research on the Trade & Technology interface, focusing on the regulation of cross-border data flow in free trade agreements.
Ethical and Transparent Financing Policy
We believe that ethical funding is a key element in an independent non-profit organization. Our ethical and transparent financing policy establishes criteria that allow donations to be made ethically and based on our principles, thus providing for situations where a donation may be rejected or considered incompatible. The Policy determines an independent evaluation system for donations above two hundred thousand reais and sets the functioning of the Independent Reviewers Group.download do pdf
Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy
In addition to ethics and strict parameters for funding the organization's activities, we are also committed to unrestricted respect for all employees and the setup of formal and informal mechanisms for reporting any case of discrimination or harassment in the work environment. The purpose of the anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policy is to create and clarify the means of communication and support for NGO members, in addition to training them with ethical behavior guidelines.download do pdf
Conflict of Interest Policy
The Conflict-of-Interest Policy provides procedures to harmonize the multiple engagements of the Association's employees in projects parallel to those they conduct internally, considering the dynamics of their activities and their research. The Policy creates an Internal Committee to evaluate cases in which there may be conflicts between the interests of employees and of the Association.download do pdf