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TIE projects with 

RYAN FISHER
GTP+
November 2008
Recife (Brazil)

Ryan developed a communications campaign to help strengthen the sustainability of an HIV/AIDS NGO in Recife. You may read his story here.




ED RICHARDS
Edifício Ecológico
March 2009
Recife (Brazil)

Ed developed a campaign to improve the lives of street garbage pickers in Recife by getting people to recycle. You may read his story here.




ANNA BRADFIELD
Em Cena
November 2009
Recife (Brazil)

Anna spent a month in Recife (Brazil) raising awareness of the work developed by Em Cena – an NGO that uses different forms of art to restore citizenship and develop young people. You may read her story here.




MICHA COLOMBO
Grupo Ruas e Praças
April 2010
Recife (Brazil)

Micha worked in Recife developing communications to show that street children can have a future and that it is possible to help them.You may read her story here.




HARRY DROMEY
GTP+
October 2010
Recife (Brazil)

Harry spent a month with an HIV/AIDS NGO in Recife helping to decrease discrimination about people who are living with the virus. You may read his story here.




NAZIA DU BOIS
Boca do Lixo
March 2011
Recife (Brazil)

Nazia spent a month in Recife (Brazil) developing a campaign with Boca do Lixo, to remind people that some of life’s most important lessons are in the stories we read as children. You may read her story here.




LAURA PEARLSTEIN
Em Cena
September 2012
Recife (Brazil)

Laura spent a month in Recife, working with a group of university students to create a campaign that would help change perceptions of Em Cena, a local arts organization. You may read her story here.




SARAH WALKER
Comitê Popular da Copa
September 2013
Recife (Brazil)

Sarah raised awareness of the evictions happening because of Brazil’s World Cup, and launched a campaign to pressure the government to pay fair compensation. You may read her story here.




MIKE ALHADEFF
Lar Rejane Marques
February 2015
Recife (Brazil)

Mike spent a month in Recife helping LAR build a corporate donor club and help change attitudes about disability within society in general. You may read his story here.