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Brutality in the favela's of Rio de Janeiro. Questioning the effects felt by women.

Many journalist are calling the current state of violence and brutality in the favela's in Rio de Janeiro, a civil war. … Read More»

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Thoughts on: the potential escalation and effects of gender violence regarding the current civil war Rio de Janeiro, BR.

Many journalist are calling the current state of violence and brutality in the favela's in Rio de Janeiro, a civil war. … Read More»

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What did the latest elections meant

This is my post on the Brazilian election http://www.worldpulse.com/node/30619, I would love to hear this group's opinion on it and on the election itself. All the best, Natasha Leite … Read More»

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Go, Now!

Better than I could recall the year I found World Pulse, I can recall exactly the moment I picked up the first print copy. I was wearing a skirt and boots. It may have been Fall or Spring. … Read More»

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The Quest for Samba

The last time I lived here it was different. Jessica was sixteen and her dreams revolved around an evangelical pastor who cried during sermons, but now she has a boyfriend. … Read More»

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News about Women in the Americas and more

I write (and have been editing for two months as a substitute editor for Latin America) for Global Voices Online. … Read More»

Provide IT training for Radio “Cyberelas”

In Brazil, the most remote areas do not have access to the Internet. In most cases, radio, which is run primarily by women, is used as a communication hub for the communities.

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Returning to Val

I am back in Rio de Janeiro sitting in the house of my dear friend and Brazilian sister Val. … Read More»

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Bem-Vindo ao Brazil Café!

Brasil Café O que é este grupo: … Read More»

Daughter of the Amazon

As Brazil threatens to reverse years of environmental gains in favor of economic growth, presidential candidate Marina Silva promises to put the Earth back on the agenda. Read More »

"It is the marriage between tradition and modernity, between city and forest, sky and earth that will make Brazil into the nation we seek."

Marina Silva to Tierramérica

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