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Articles by Natalia Mazotte

Natália Mazotte is a Brazilian journalist based in Rio de Janeiro. She leads a School of Data chapter in Brazil and is co-founder of Gênero & Número, an independent data journalism web magazine focused on gender issues. She writes about media innovation for the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas and as freelancer for international publications such as SGI News, Bertelsmann-Stiftung and Euroactiv.
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