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Co-founder and executive director of the Instituto Midia Etnica and the news portal Correio Nagô that focuses on issues of diversity and human rights and is the leading online community targeting Afro-Brazilians. An Ashoka Social Entrepreneur Fellow, blogger and writer for the Americas Quarterly Magazine, a magazine dedicated to policy analysis and debates of economics, finance, social development and politics in the Western Hemisphere.

A former Fulbright Humphrey Fellow at the University of Maryland where he studied Journalism and New Media. I have been working for many foundations and international organizations like Kellogg Foundation, Ford Foundation, U.S Embassy in Brazil, The Center for Civic Media at MIT and the United Nations Population Fund. Paulo is affiliate to Havard Berkman Center for Internet and Society.