Roda Viva - Center Guest

Estudio i (Globo News) - Guest

Programa do Jô - Launch of book "Malala, a menina que queria ir para a escola"

Drauzio Varella - Guest

Saia Justa - Episode 23 - Guest (national TV - talk show)

Jô Soares - Launch of book "Afghanistan after the Taliban" (national TV - talk show)

TV Record - Launch of book "Afghanistan after the Taliban (national TV - news)"

Altas Horas - Serginho Groisman (variety show)

Interview - Antídoto 2009 (Development and Human Rights round tables)

Speaker - Tarrafa Literária (Literary Congress)

Speaker - 5º Congresso Internacional de Jornalismo Investigativo (5th International Investigative Journalism Congress)

TV Estado - about Afghanistan

Speaker - Encontro da Escola de Comunicação - Anhembi Morumbi (Academic)

Speaker - 4º Congresso Internacional de Jornalismo Investigativo (4th International Investigative Journalism Congress)

Speaker - Grupo Alatur

Adriana Carranca is one of the interviewees in the book "Mestres da Reportagem" (Masters of Reporting), which includes the profiles of 30 journalists

Adriana Carranca is a Special Reporter for the Brazilian newspaper O Estado de S. Paulo. She has extensively covered the war in Afghanistan and important events in Pakistan, Iran, Egypt, Israel, Palestine, Haiti, Mexico, USA, Great Britain, Uganda, Congo, South Sudan, among others.

She has been appointed as correspodant in New York, in 2006, as fellow of the Dag Hammarksjöld Scholarship, of the Correspondents Association of the UN.

She is "Jornalista Amiga da Criança", a title given by the National Agency for Children's Rights to journalists that significantly contribute to the advocacy of youth and children rights. She has participated in the foundation of the Brazilian Investigative Journalism Association (Abraji).

In 2012 she was awarded a fellowship at Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, at Oxford University, UK. She has a major in Journalism and a masters degree in Social Policies and Development at the London School of Economics (LSE). She is the co-author of the book "O Irã sob o chador" ("Iran under the Chador"), published in 2010 by Globo, reaching the finals of the Jabuti award (the most recognized award in Brazil) in the Reporting category. She is also author of the book "O Afeganistão depois do Talibã" ("Afghanistan After the Taliban"), published in 2011 by Civilização Brasileira/Record.

Winner of the Líberdo Badaró award in 2013, Grand Prize; and in 2014, International Reporting. She was also finalist of the Esso Award in 2014.