- Tools to control and mitigate the impacts of large-scale projectsAuthor
- Flavia Scabin
Professor and researcher at the FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School, where she coordinates the Human Rights and Business Research Group. She holds a degree in law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP) and holds a master's degree in Political Science from the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences of the University of São Paulo (FFLCH/USP), having taken a specialization course at the European University Center.
- Malak Poppovic
She was the coordinator of the Human Rights and Business Research Group of the Law School of São Paulo (FGV Direito SP).
- Tamara Brezighello Hojaij
Bachelor in Law from FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School (FGV Direito SP). She has been a researcher at the Human Rights and Business Research Group of the same institution since 2013. She has experience in the area of human rights, with a focus on human rights and business, and administrative law. She speaks fluent English and Italian. She holds a translator/interpreter diploma in Italian/Portuguese and Portuguese/Italian.
- Daniela Jerez
Graduated in Law from USP. She is currently a researcher at the Human Rights and Business Research Group (GPDHeE) of FGV’s Sao Paulo Law School (FGV Direito SP). She has experience in the area of Environmental Law and Human Rights, with an emphasis on local development and sustainability.
- Martina Bergues
Graduated in International Relations from PUC - SP, in Social Sciences from USP and holds a Master’s in Public Administration and Government from Fundação Getulio Vargas. Currently, she is a Public Policy and Government Management Analyst at the São Paulo City Hall. She has experience in the area of Public Administration, with emphasis on the study of bureaucracies, intergovernmental management and intergovernmental relations.
- Juliana Vinuto
Graduated in Social Sciences and holds a Master’s in Sociology, both from USP. PhD student in the Graduate Program in Sociology and Anthropology, UFRJ, with a one-year PhD traineeship at the Center de Recherche Sociologique sur le Droit et les Institutions Pénales (CESDIP - France). Member of the Nucleus of Studies on Citizenship, Conflict and Urban Violence (NECVU) and the Nucleus of Law Anthropology (NADIR-USP). Since the beginning of 2018, she has been working as an educator for adolescents in compliance with socio-educational measures of internment by Rede Emancipa - Social Movement of Popular Education. She is interested in the area of Sociology, with emphasis on the following topics: social control, punishment, forms of criminalization; incarceration; State.