By Mira Olson, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO – The ever-expanding digital social inclusion initiative Viva Favela launched the 2.0 version of its website earlier this year, marking a dramatic shift in both focus and scope for the unique project.
“It’s 100 percent different from the original site,” says Mayra Jucá, Projects Coordinator for Viva Rio, the non-governmental organization behind Viva Favela dedicated to promoting a culture of peace and development through social projects, research and formulation . . .