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Monday, August 15 • 18:00 - 20:00
A Postcard from Brazil — Storyology Satellite Event (Free, Melbourne)

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Don’t miss this satellite talk from the Storyology festival (10-13 August) and a chance to hear about life and media in Brazil, great magazine journalism and the power of investigative reporting to fight corruption. Who needs the Olympics?

Join us from 6pm for a 6:30 start at the Imperial Hotel in Melbourne for this exclusive event. Drinks and snacks provided. 

A special satellite event of the Storyology festival (August 10-13), this is your only chance to see Daniela in Melbourne, with the support of the Council on Australia Latin America Relations (COALAR) of the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade. 

The event is free but registrations are essential — follow the prompts here to register.


Moderators
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Sarah Abo

Reporter, SBS World News
Sarah Abo reports for SBS World News from SBS’s Melbourne newsroom.She started her career at Network Ten in Adelaide as a reporter and presenter, before moving to the Melbourne newsroom and joined SBS World News as a presenter and reporter in 2013. She was involved in SBS’s 2014 Brazil World Cup coverage, from where she also filed a feature for SBS’s international current affairs program, Dateline. Sarah was a 2014 CNN... Read More →

Speakers
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Daniela Pinheiro

Senior reporter, Piauí Magazine
Daniela Pinheiro is a senior reporter at Piauí Magazine in Brazil, specialising in political coverage. Piauí is one of the most respected magazines in the country. It is somewhat similar to the New Yorker in scope: longer, more detailed articles and profiles about a large array of topics, many of which are politically oriented. She is also a former John S. Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University. Ms Pinheiro began her career... Read More →


Monday August 15, 2016 18:00 - 20:00
Imperial Hotel, Melbourne 2-8 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC

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