Our staff is fluent in English, a few also are fluent in French. If you’re interested in getting in touch with any of our team members please send an email to [email protected].
Much has been written about Brazil since its discovery, but much less has been understood about South America’s largest country. Once you go beneath the surface, Brazil doesn’t conform to any of the stereotypes attributed to it from abroad. Are we latinos? Not quite. Brazil stands alone as the only Portuguese-speaking country on the continent and has little cultural links to its neighbors. At the same time, the country has very little to do with its former colonial rulers. Brazil’s history is one of isolation, which helps explain why it is unique.
While each culture has its own unique puzzle pieces that fit together in surprising ways, Brazil stands out as being especially impenetrable for outsiders. This often creates comprehension issues when the only sources of information are foreign observers who see Brazil through an outsider lens. And that is why we created The Brazilian Report. We want to be a Brazilian voice in the international arena, explaining Brazil’s ins and outs to foreign audiences.
Our goal is to make Brazil easier for you to understand. And we invite you to share thoughts on our coverage, to share suggestions, criticism, and questions. This is your space!
If you’re interested in getting in touch with any of our team members please send an email to [email protected].