In this talk our stellar panel of dynamic women digs deeper into what a feminist internet would look like.
Fawkes masks and Internet blackout campaigns really save us, or are we destined for a splintered, global network of national Internets? How do we reconcile the global “open Internet” ideal with this stark reality?
GVers from over 60 countries are meeting in Cebu City, Philippines, to explore the connections between the open Internet, freedom of expression and online civic movements.
The building where the of the Global Voices Summit 2015 is a national landmark, steeped in the rich history of its home city and country.
Based on school history lessons, some Latin Americans believe Spanish is spoken in the Philippines. Ahead of the Global Voices Summit, Peruvian Juan Arellano finds out why this isn't so.
Global Voices welcomes Filipino netizens awarded travel grants for participation in the upcoming Citizen Media Summit.
The Sinulog Festival is held annually every third Sunday of January. It is the feast day of the Infant Jesus, known locally as the Señor Santo Niño. Global Voices community members who arrive in Cebu a few days ahead of the Global Voices Citizen Media Summit can join the Sinulog mardi gras...
Global Voices South East Asia editor, Mong Palatino, welcomes Global Voices Summit participants to the Philippines with a few facts and tips about this native land.
English is widely spoken in the Philippines, but you never know when a few words of a local language will come in handy.
Curious about the history of the location of the 2015 Global Voices Summit? Global Voices contributor Karlo Mongaya shares a few facts about his native region.