Juliana Faddul is a journalist based in Brazil. She has covered stories on human rights, the environment, politics and conflict zones.
As a freelancer, Juliana Faddul has written reports for the magazines piauí, Carta Capital, Marie Claire and Claudia, for the Brazilian newspapers Folha de S. Paulo and O Estado de S. Paulo and for the Rádio Novelo Presentes podcast. She has contributed to international newspapers such as The Washington Post, Le Monde and Unbias The News.
Faddul wrote a manual about family cotton farming for FAO-UN and collaborated in the creation of the B3 Museum. In 2022, she traveled through areas of conflict in Pará with the support of the Amazon Rainforest Journalism Fund in partnership with the Pulitzer Center.
In filmmaking, she carried out research for fiction and documentary feature films with directors Fernando Grostein (Quebrando Mitos, 2022) and JP Cuenca. The film will be released in 2023 and 2024.
She also worked as a field producer at TV Globo for three years and CNN Brazil for a year. In 2013 she worked as a correspondent in Chile for two years as an independent journalist.