Deisy Ventura is a professor at the Institute of International Relations and the School of Public Health at the University of São Paulo. She is the author of Direito Global – o caso da pandemia de gripe AH1N1 (Global Law - the case of the H1N1 flu pandemic, São Paulo: Expressão Popular/Dobra Editorial, 2013), among other books. Since 2009, she has been involved in university outreach projects related to the rights of migrants in the city of São Paulo (SP). She participated in a commission of experts created by the Ministry of Justice of Brazil, which presented a draft bill for a Law on Migration and the Promotion of the Rights of Migrants in Brazil in 2014.
Natália Araújo - Brazil
Natália Araújo holds bachelor´s degree in International Relations from the University of São Paulo (USP), and is currently pursuing her master’s in International Relations, also at USP for which she is researching transnational social movements. She is part of the university collective Educar para o Mundo (Education for the world), which works with popular education in human rights for immigrants and refugees in São Paulo. She was a volunteer at Conectas in 2014 and 2015.