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João Miguel Lima

Occasional biker, Sociology grad student, lover of good stories and zines, and collaborator of Global Voices in Portuguese. I'm speaking from Fortaleza, Brazil. I occasionally blog at random on Sem ponteiros.

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Latest posts by João Miguel Lima

29 January 2013

Critical Mass: Cycling Through Brazil's Salvador City

In our attempt to discover the route of Brazilian Critical Masses, we spoke with two organizers of the Salvador Critical Mass (also known as “Bicicletada”), Roque Júnior and Rosa Ribeiro....

30 July 2012

Brazil: Concerns Over Public Health in Januária

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Participants of the citizen journalism project Amigos de Januária, Rising Voices grantee of 2011, are carrying on the mission to monitor the local government of Januária, in Brazil. The latest...

18 July 2012

Mozambique: Scholarship Students Kicked Out of Sudanese University

An open complaint letter published on social media by a group of scholarship holders from Mozambique at the International University of Africa, in Khartoum, Sudan, regarding their precarious social and...

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