Latest posts by Sahar Habib Ghazi
Groups at the newsroom editors staff meeting produce their ideal homepages with GV stories that are completely invented or based on a real-life situation.
At the 2017 Newsroom Editors meeting, we fleshed at angles that make our stories GV-stories: inspiration, justice, identities, human connection, resistance, critique and representation.
Many of the conversations at the 2017 Global Voices Staff Meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka, touched upon how Global Voices has organically evolved over the years into a "learning organization."
GV is many things at once.
It was important for us to give careful consideration to what we would do with our precious time together, because we only meet face-to-face every two to three years.
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.
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!
Unlike other news organizations, when selecting our primary sources, we choose marginalized and misrepresented groups instead of powerful politicians
We have some big news! Two community members Endalk Chala and Omar Mohammed are stepping up to take the reins from Ndesanjo Macha as our new Sub-Saharan Africa editors.
Global Voices’ Sub-Saharan Africa Editor leads reporting from the region, writing, coordinating and editing stories by our volunteer contributors, while staying on top of regional social, political and activism trends.