Mia Alberti

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Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Mia Alberti

Filmmaker and multimedia journalist with six years of reporting experience with a focus on Europe and Latin America. Currently based in Brazil and available for assignments in digital video, broadcast reporting, writing, photography, producing and fixing.

Some of Alberti's top clients include BBC News, Al Jazeera, CNN and TRT World. Native Portuguese, fluent in  English and Spanish, understands French and Italian.


t was on 17 June last year that a wildfire raged through this part of central Portugal, devastating an area four times the size of Lisbon, destroying hundreds of homes and killing 66 people. It was the deadliest fire in Portuguese history. A year on, the ferocity and the scope of this tragedy are marked by thousands of acres of black and brown mountains and valleys stretching as far as the horizon.


Joenia Wapichana: Brazil's first native woman voted to Congress. The 43-year-old indigenous lawyer will represent the more than 900,000 indigenous people in the country.


Brazil Indigenous Protest Camp Enters Second Day. The free land indigenous camp in Brasilia is into its second day, with conflicts over ancestral lands at the center of protests. Our correspondent, Mia Alberti, has been talking to some of those directly affected by the violence.


In Brazil Lula's lawyers respond to the UN's declaration that Lula be allowed to run in the upcoming presidential elections.


Brazil’s first female indigenous vice presidential candidate. Sonia Guajajara is a Socialism and Liberty Party candidate for the vice presidency of Brazil, the first indigenous person to run for that position, with Guilherme Boulos running for president.


Brazil elections: Fighting to put women's rights at the forefront. Women say they are left out of October's elections, both in campaign promises and on the ballot.


Through the art of Palestinian cross-stitching, refugee women in the Jerash Camp in Jordan are being empowered and sharing their heritage around the world.


Welcome to the Conflict Cafe, a pop-up restaurant that invites diners to discuss peace by introducing them to food from different conflict zones.


Portugal government ousted: Leftist coalition prepares to take helm after previous administration’s 11-day reign

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