Recognized as a trusted source and leader for the quality and nonpartisan approach of its program, the Brazil Institute serves a diverse audience in Brazil, the United States and around the world. At the heart of our work is a belief in independent research and open dialogue, to foster understanding on issues of bilateral concern between Brazil and the United States, and to help you make smart decisions in business, philanthropy, and public policy. There are many ways to get involved!
Ways to Get Involved:
Explore our Insights & Analysis
On our website, you can watch our live-streamed events and access reports, articles, infographics, and blog posts.
Subscribe to our Blogs
Be the first to read our latest posts on our blogs Think Brazil and InoVozes!
Think Brazil is committed to providing relevant and thoughtful commentary on pressing social, economic, environmental, and political issues impacting Brazil and Brazil-U.S. relations.
InoVozes aims to create and collect interviews, articles, and other content to promote constructive dialogue with public policy innovators and emerging leaders and movements in Brazil's political landscape.
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Receive invitations to our one-of-a-kind events with Brazilian dignitaries and leading policy experts.
Intern with Us
The Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars seeks interns each semester (fall, spring, and summer). The internship program is designed to provide the individuals selected with the opportunity for practical experience in an environment that successfully mixes academic study with public policy.
Join our Advisory Council
Membership in the Advisory Council enables your organization to be an active participant in the ongoing dialogue between Brazil and the United States, and provides access to a marketplace of ideas where we convene the brightest minds to discuss the most pressing challenges and opportunities facing the policy community.
Generous contributions from individuals like you help ensure that we can continue to support Brazilian scholarship and promote key bilateral issues in the United States and Brazil.