Hello! I translate from Portuguese and Spanish into English for Global Voices. I enjoy translating articles from Latin America, giving greater international exposure to community projects, social programmes and collective acts of resistance. Apart from working with Global Voices, my interests include literature, cinema and, above all, jazz!
Latest posts by Tiago Miller
Bloggers from Angola and Mozambique Release Hip-Hop Mix Tape
Two bloggers and hip-hop promoters from Mozambique and Angola met online and the result became a compilation of 30 hip-hop tracks from Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Angola.
The 13 Greatest Albums of 2013 That You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
Alfredo Richner, editor of the online magazine Puerto Rico Indie, gives us his picks of the best of the Puerto Rican indie music scene in 2013.
Ecuadorian Authorities Raid Dissident Lawyer's Home
Members of Ecuador’s elite police force raided the home of lawyer Fernando Villavicencio after a court order from the Attorney General ordered authorities to seize personal computers and cell phones.
Uruguayan Trade Union Federation Backs Launch of Worker-run Airline
PIT-CNT, Uruguay's national trade union centre, has offered financial guarantees for the launch of the worker-run airline, Alas Uruguay.
Barack Obama and Raúl Castro's Handshake at Mandela's Memorial Goes Viral
Reactions to the handshake spread like fire on social media.
Bolivians Protest Against Cochabamba Public Transport Price Hike
Pictures and messages shared on social networks show public dissatisfaction with public transport services and suggest that locals would be willing to pay more if the service were better.
It Started With a Kiss: Footballer Causes Homophobia Debate in Brazil
A photo showing a footballer kissing a male friend has caused much controversy and debate on social media as machismo and acceptance go face to face.
Mexican Officials Vote to Change Transparency Laws: A Backward Step in the Name of Security?
Mexican officials have passed a reform that allows for the organisational body that guarantees the public’s right to access information to be overruled on national security grounds.
Mexican President Reveals Controversial Energy Reform Plans
The president of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, has presented his proposal to reform the constitution regarding Mexican Petroleum and the oil industry.
Police Censor Film Screening in Brazilian Neighbourhood
Police officers ban the screening of a documentary that discusses the death of a child during a police operation in the same neighbourhood where the screening was to take place.
Cartoons Magazine Raises Funds for Brazil's Free Fare Movement
Magazine that has collected cartoons about the protests in Brazil now available to buy online.