An amazing day happened on Sunday 15th of June 2014 in Vila Torres, Curitiba, the day before the city saw its first of four world cup games. Vila Torres is the most central and oldest of the many underprivileged Favelas of the city. Its a tough existence here, people with next to nothing do what […]Read more "On the eve of World Cup in Curitiba, Opera came to the favela of Vila Torres"
The eyes of the world focus on Brazil Tomorrow the 2014 FIFA World Cup will begin in Brazil, who knows how it will go. Will it be a success, or not? Will they have the stadiums finished in time, or not? Will it be interrupted by violent protests, or not? Will it be a positive […]Read more "For a greener and socially fair World Cup – #CheerForPeace working with all of Brazil"
Nearly 2 years ago in Barcelona, where I lived for 7 years, I met some really amazing Brazilian girls on the walking tour I was the guide of (one of my jobs at the time), they told me about excellent work going on in the slums of Sao Paulo and elsewhere in their native country. […]Read more "Brazil, Transition, Big Cities, Inspiring projects"
This project has taken off, with your help it will get a lot bigger: Turn on, Tune in, speak out The impact of the World Social Forum (WSF) on the people of Kibera: “People think it is quite a failure” (radio file – transcript at end of article) Several IMC members are traveling to Narobi, […]Read more "Indymedia radio support for WSF 2007 from Kenya"