Graduated in International Relations at FAAP, with the final theses: “Child Soldiers in Armed Conflicts”, I have always been attracted, interested and involved with social and humanitarian projects, through my professional and personal experiences and also my living experiences within different cultures in different countries. Due to my passion for this broad and complex issue, that, in fact, boils down to the ability of human being to simply show their generosity and compassion for others, and because of my interest in these people that really make changes happen, I understand that being part of People of Change represents a great opportunity to learn more and to put into practice everything I believe that can and should be done through communication, information, integration and interaction between people and communities around the world we live in.
As we continue to celebrate International Women’s Day, I thought a good idea would be to present the women that, according to Forbes Magazine, are the most powerful in changing the world through philanthropy. In the current context in which we women have been gaining more space every day in various fields such as economics, politics, […]
Remember that science class in high school, when the teacher explained about Chagas disease, sleeping sickness, malaria, tuberculosis, leishmaniasis, among others, and all that seems to be so far from reality? Well, believe it or not, there are still thousands of people dying not only because of the diseases itself, but mainly, because of pure negligence. […]
How did simple child play become such a special project? That’s what I thought when I visited the Krochet Kids International website and started to find out more about their work. They were 3 friends in high school that learned how to crochet just because they wanted to have original and stylish hats for the winter […]
Homeless children can be found almost in every country around the world.Â But in the United States, specifically in Orange County, California, there is a large concentration of these children, called “motel kids”, totalizing more than 28,000 of them. Besides poverty and unemployment, the cause of this situation can be found, in part, on the high […]