• Organization TypeImplementing NGO
  • HeadquartersBrazil
  • Founded2001

Reporter Brasil

Reporter Brasil Organização de Comunicação e Projetos Sociais Mission Identify and publicize situations that injure labor rights and cause social and environmental damage in Brazil with a view to mobilizing social, political and economic leaders to build a more just, equitable and democratic society of respect for human rights. Who they are -  Repórter Brasil was founded in 2001 by journalists, social scientists and educators to encourage reflection and action on the violation of the fundamental rights of peoples and workers in Brazil. Due to its work, it has become one of the most important sources of information on slave labor in the country. Their reports, journalistic investigations, research, and educational methodologies have been used by leaders of the government, business, and civil society as instruments to combat contemporary slavery, a problem that affects thousands of people. Structure -  Repórter Brasil has two main areas of activity that bring together all its projects: Journalism and Research, responsible for the production of information and analysis that support social, political and economic leaders; and Educational Methodology, aimed at disseminating information about rights and knowledge exchange, involving academics, educators, workers and community leaders. Two other areas strengthen the work carried out by the teams, one of articulation and representation at different institutional levels, and one of financial and administrative structure. Repórter Brasil has its accounts reviewed by an independent auditor annually.
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Company Offices

  • Brazil (headquarters)
  • Sao Paulo
  • 169 Brussels Street, Sao Paulo (SP), 01259-020