Paula Góes · October, 2010

Brazilian journalist, translator and lightworker living in London since 2002, Proud volunteer translator for the Global Voices in Portuguese site.

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Latest posts by Paula Góes from October, 2010

Brazil: It gets better

  17 October 2010

Hugo Lorenzetti Neto posts a moving open facebook note [pt] in support of the “struggle to end intolerance and violence against homosexuals, and suicide motivated simply by being different”.

Brazil: Electoral debate hits the 29th São Paulo Biennial

  14 October 2010

The heated Brazilian electoral debate has hit the art world: chtodelat news publishes an official response to a post that casts doubt on the 29th Sao Paulo Biennial‘s statement that it “is anchored in the idea that it is impossible to separate art and politics”.

Brazil: Presidential candidates forced to take sustainability seriously

  6 October 2010

The last-minute surge by Green Party candidate Marina Silva that pushed Brazil's presidential election into a second round will force the two main rivals, Jose Serra and Dilma Rousseff, to debate sustainable development, as neither of them “can win the election without getting at least half of Marina Silva's votes”,...

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