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"
(Originally posted at start of 2012 here) Wow, 2011, what a year! But already it feels like 2012 is going to be MASSIVE!!! Who would have thought how quick and how far things would move, it seems we already live in a totally different world from the one that was, this time 12 months ago, […]Read more "Changing the world in the Network Age"
(March 2009: First published on indymedia Ireland. Also on Indymedia Barcelona + It’s a funny old world) The Gracia community garden radio documentary trilogy and accompanying article Springtime in Europe and the Earths life’s cycle is in bloom again. The 3 parts of the radio documentary capture magical moments in the recent history of one of […]Read more "Bold, Beautiful, Blooming Barcelona asks: What would it mean to win?"