Brazilian journalist among nominees for 2020 Press Freedom Awards from RSF

“'The RSF Press Freedom Awards are designed to honour journalists who – by their courage or independence or the impact of their investigations and reporting – particularly embody the ideals of journalism that we defend,' RSF secretary-general Christophe Deloire said."

Brazilian investigative journalist Cecilia Olliveira "writes about public security issues, the drug trade and the public sector for the Brazilian edition of The Intercept. She has played a decisive role in disclosing the financial involvement of international organizations in the gang warfare that plagues Rio de Janeiro, by discovering the names of countries printed on cartridge cases found in the neighborhoods concerned. These included the United States, China, Russia, Belgium and NATO."

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