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Sara Moreira

Portuguese Language Countries Editor for Global Voices Online

IT Engineer focused on web based projects and e-learning platforms. Worked as a teacher of IT in East Timor. That experience triggered a strong will to exclusively work on “stuff that really matter”: founded Moving Cause, aiming to promote social entrepreneurship initiatives.

Is mainly interested on New Media, Communication and Information Technologies for development, digital inclusion and social transformation.

For more info visit my blog [pt], follow me on twitter (@saritamoreira) and check my Linkedin profile.

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Latest posts by Sara Moreira

13 September 2012

Mozambique: Workshop Ripple Effect in Maputo

A number of new blogs focusing on the arts, transparency, and everyday life have been created as a result of the Citizen Media and Free Culture workshops that took place in Maputo, Mozambique in July 2012. This is a summary of the blogging topics covered, as well as the reflections on the participants who are eager to continue to learn more.

5 September 2012

Mozambique: What are the Remaining Untold Stories?

With the aim to encourage socially committed citizens to make better use of citizen media in the contemporary era through more conscious, critical, and independent ways, Global Voices' Mozambican partner@Verdade newspaper organized the “Citizen Media and Free Culture” workshop, as a way to trigger the construction of a freer, more united, and more participatory media culture.

1 July 2011

Guinea-Bissau: International Day of the African Child

The Rising Voices grantee project "Youth Voices of Bandim and Enterramento" recently celebrated the International Day of the African Child on June 16th in Bissau with film screenings, lectures, debates, music, drama, and traditional dances all focusing on the rights of children.