Sara lives in Porto, Portugal, where she freelances mostly as a web-developer, (data-)journalist and translator. From 2010 to 2014 she was Global Voices editor for Portuguese language countries. She has worked as a software engineer (her educational background), as a teacher and trainer in Mozambique and Timor-Leste and is – or has been – involved with several bottom-up collectives from Porto acting on solidarity economy, permaculture, feminism, transparency, open-data, post-digital media and community radio. She is passionate about collective action for social transformation.
Latest posts by Sara Moreira
Inspired by the International Feminist Caravan would be passing by the city of Portugal in October 2015, a collective decided to organize something to coincide and help strengthen the feminist agenda in the Portuguese public sphere.
From grassroots mapping to community radio, this interview with Chris Csikszentmihályi, co-founder and former director of MIT Center for Future Civic Media, may well provoke our imagination as activists, advocates and researchers.