Stories about #GV2015 Report
In Venezuela the concepts of “homeland”, “country”, “state”, “government” and “chavismo” have been so deeply linked that are no longer recognizable from each other.
At the Global Voices Summit this year, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of experts, though expert for perhaps the wrong reasons: Each person on my panel had the unfortunate experience of being trolled online. The panel, crafted by GV editor Sahar Habib Ghazi and entitled “Do we...
I am in awe, completely astonished about how powerful our organisation is and how strong can our friendship bonds get.
On the second day of the Global Voices public summit, a variety of topics were tackled, including indigenous languages and how to cover protests using social media content.
I was blogging and tweeting frenetically, trying to capture the conversations in panels and halls, soaking up as much news and perspective as I could from friends around the world.
Reporters are in a hurry to break news, and facts are ever-changing. People in crisis are often going through trauma, which demands compassion. This talk features professional and citizen journalists who’ve taken on crisis reporting.
At Day 2 of #GV2015, Jillian C. York talkS to a group of outspoken online commentators about daring to speak up in the increasingly polarized and hostile online space.
Google Communications Manager Robin Moroney led a workshop on Google Tools for Citizen Journalists at the Global Voices 2015 Summit in Cebu. Highlights here.
Young Kyrgyz activists Dariya Kasmamytova and Aishoola Aisaeva are leading a campaign that is helping young women talk about the barriers and persecution they experience in their daily lives.
Global Voices holds our meetings in countries that do not censor the Internet, and in Southeast Asia, internet censorship is quite widespread. But the Philippines is a hotbed for social media.