Posts from January, 2018
Volunteer Translators And Editors Needed for Global Voices Bulgarian Lingua!
Global Voices is looking for volunteer translators and editors for the Bulgarian site!
Meet Sanjib Chaudhary, the Contributor who Collects Stories of Interesting Characters for a Book
"The articles published on GV give a totally different perspective about the current happenings around the world. I always look at ‘both sides of the coin' while writing a story."
Volunteer Translators And Editors Needed for Global Voices Danish Lingua!
Global Voices is looking for volunteer translators and editors for the Danish site!
Congrats, Laura and Best Wishes, Eli! Change in Latin America Team Leadership
We're thrilled to see where Laura's thoughtful leadership will take GV's Latin America and Spanish language communities and we're grateful for the passion and kindness Elizabeth brought to the newsroom.
Statement: Bloggers for Freedom
We concerned Filipino bloggers stand for the rights to free expression and to free speech. And our first responsibility is to protect these rights. We thus stand with Rappler, its right to exist, the rights of its working journalists and contributors, and the rights of its community of readers. We...
Meet Esther Dodo, the Editor who Gets Disconneted Playing Tennis and Dancing Zumba
"I found Global Voices totally by chance while browsing the Internet – and I became captivated with the idea of translating the news."
African Tweeps Start 2018 With Hilarious Relationship Match Ups
January can be a dull month as people drag themselves back to work after the colorful holiday season. Many people across Africa complain about being financially constrained and this makes the mood worse. However 2018 has started on a light note across Africa as Twitter got busy with people making...
Civic Strike in Cochabamba!
Does an Instagram post like this work as a GV story?
New Arabic Translation Manager on board!
Announcing Ali Khalil as new Arabic Translation Manager!
Translator portraits: For Amadou Lamine Badji, It all Comes Down to Optimism and Openness to Others
What to learn more about the translators at Global Voices? Meet Amadou Lamine Badji, translator & poet.