João Cesar Diaz is a Brazilian investigative journalist. 

João Cesar Diaz (27) studied journalism at the School of Arts and Communication (Escola de Comunicação e Artes) in USP (Universidade de São Paulo) and specialised in investigative journalism and multimedia articles. João Cesar Diaz gives a voice to communities that normally receive little attention in the mainstream media. He focuses on topics such as human rights, modern slave labour and land conflicts between indigenous communities and large companies in Brazil.

Basic information

Name
João Cesar Diaz
Expertise
human rights, modern slave labour and land conflicts
Country
Brazil
City
São Paulo

Supported projects

The battle between Antwerp and Rotterdam for trading positions in Brazil

BRAZIL - For the construction of the Brazilian port of Porto do Açu, hundreds of families were forcibly evicted from their land. Fishermen lost their livelihoods and the promised jobs in the port never came. The port also turned up in one of the biggest corruption scandals in Brazil. All this did not stop the port of Antwerp from investing 20 million dollars in this controversial project.