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6th WEEK:

Tatiana Roque

The Brazilian professor Tatiana Roque will speak about "Negacionism as form of government". She is a professor of mathematics, history of science and philosophy at UFRJ, and coordinator of the Science and Culture Forum. She is also affiliated with Psol.

Cristina Tardáguila

The Brazilian journalist Cristina Tardáguila talks about "What fact-checkers have learned from the CoronaVirus Fact Alliance". She is the founder and partner of Agência Lupa. She ran the company from November 2015 to April 2019, when she graduated to take the position of deputy director of the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) in Florida. She is the author of the books “The Art of Carelessness” and “You are Fooled”, both by the publisher Intrínseca. She has a degree in journalism from UFRJ. He has a postgraduate degree in journalism from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, in Madrid, and an MBA in Digital Marketing from Fundação Getulio Vargas.

Mauro Cristeche

The Argentine professor Mauro Cristeche talks about "Social problems and public debate in times of crisis". He holds a PhD in Law (Universidad de Buenos Aires). Researcher at CONICET and the Legal Culture Institute (UNLP), where he coordinates the area State, Public Policies and Rights. He is a professor of Constitutional Law and Public Policy and Human Rights at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata. He is currently a Visiting Researcher at McGill University, Center for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism (Montréal).


Debate with the participation by Manuela D'Ávila, David Nemer (University of Virginia) and Vinicius Wu (PUC-Rio).

Moderation Lucas Pedretti.

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