Paulo Rogério Nunes

Paulo Rogério Nunes is the executive director of the Instituto Midia Etnica, the leading Black Media NGO in Brazil. He is also editor of Correio Nagô, a news blog focused in diversity and human rights that have young correspondents from several favelas in Brazil.  From 2011-2012 he has lived in the United States as a Fulbright H.Humphrey Fellow.  Prior, he was the civil society co-chair for the U.S.-Brazil Joint Action Plan to Eliminate Ethnic and Racial Discrimination (JAPER). Paulo is the lead in Brazil for VOJO technology, a tool developed by MIT Center for Civic Media’s researchers that allow anyone update a blog without the need of a computer or Internet access. He is also an Ashoka Fellow and writes for the Americas Quarterly magazine about social inclusion.

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