Liz Cosmelli is a feminist and internationalist. She holds a master’s in International Policy Analysis and Management (MAPI) from PUC-RIO (2019). Her research areas include gender, politics, and feminist studies in international relations. She is currently a Scholar at Fiocruz’s Center for International Relations and Health (CRIS). She was the Organizer of the Special: Transnational Feminisms, by Le Monde Diplomatique Brasil (2020). She has conducted integrated research on social norms and child sexual exploitation in three communities in Rio de Janeiro through Instituto Promundo (2018). She was a Promundo Institute representative at the Regional Forum for the Prevention of Marriage in Children and Adolescents in Guatemala and at the Regional Encuentro #Youths 2030: Challenges and Opportunities for Public Policies for Youth in Iberoamerica in Colombia (2018). She graduated in International Relations (Bachelor’s Degree) at IBMEC-RJ (2016). Additionally, she is a consultant for issues related to the Gender, Diversity, and Inclusion agenda.
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