May, 2017

Posts from May, 2017

Global Voices Is Looking for a Sharp Weekday Sub-Editor

Are you a GVer who has a sharp eye for detail, thinks creatively and collaboratively, and believes deeply in our editorial code and mission? The newsroom is looking for you!

Remembering Anna: An unrelenting activist for African justice and a huge loss for the Global Voices community

Anna Guèye: Gone too soon. It is with great sadness that I learned of the passing of Anna Guèye, author and translator for Global Voices en français and a forceful...

A Special Invitation to the Lingua Community From Rising Voices: Write About Language Revitalization!

This is a special invitation to Lingua translators to join Rising Voices to write about how technology is helping revitalize endangered and other underrepresented languages.

Be a Part of Shaping the Future of GV—Sign Up for an “Action” or “Ideas” Group!

Join small “action” or “ideas” groups to work on, explore, and develop broader issues and questions about the current workings or the future direction of GV.

New Hindi Translation Manager on board!

I am very glad to announce we have a new Hindi Translation Manager! Please meet Debashish Chakrabarty, our new Hindi Translation Manager, based in Maharashtra, India. Debashish is a Blogger, Software, and...

Meet Victoria Tinta, the Aymara Editor, who sees the world through Global Voices!

Tell us a bit about yourself and how you joined GV. My interest was for my language, Aymara. I was also interested in the news because, through that, I could...

Have You Read One of the Most Popular Articles Ever Published on Global Voices?

I never expected the 2009 article “Singapore: Is It a City or Country?” to become a sleeper hit on our website.

Global Voices Incubates CivilServant to Work Toward A Fairer, Safer, More Understanding Internet

How can we work toward a fairer, safer, more understanding internet while growing public accountability over the uses of platform power? As a PhD student at the MIT Media Lab...

GV Lingua Update: April 2017

State of Lingua - April 2017

How We Think About Sources at Global Voices #MediaLitMondays

Unlike other news organizations, when selecting our primary sources, we choose marginalized and misrepresented groups instead of powerful politicians