It is our pleasure to introduce Fernanda Frizzo Bragato who has co-authored a post with IntLawGrrls contributor and senior editor Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum about indigenous land rights and protective institutions in Brazil. Fernanda is Full Professor of Law at Unisinos Law School (Brazil) since 2007 where she directs the Human Rights Center, teaches in the Undergrad and Graduate Program, and supervises Master and PhD students. In 2017, she was Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Cardozo Law School. Fernanda conducts research and publishes articles in human rights theory, decolonial thinking, and indigenous rights. Since 2015, her work is focused on indigenous land rights/conflicts in Brazil in the context of risk for atrocities. Fernanda graduated in Law at Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul and holds a Master and PhD degree in Law from Unisinos. She is currently CNPq Researcher in Brazil.