Suzanne Lehn

GV Lingua French Manager. With Global Voices since 2008. Also translator, author contributing to GV in English, Advox, Rising. Proud member of the NewsFrames project.
Otherwise, retired from a diverse career, volunteering on the field, language learner and lover, reader, traveler, apple pies expert

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Latest posts by Suzanne Lehn

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.

Portraits of Translators: Jade Dussart, a Passion for Asia and Human Rights

Who are translators behind GV in French? Interview with Jade Dussart who’ll be coming up on her 7th year on the team and who has a passion for Asia

Populism and the Project CrossCheck at the World Forum of Democracy in Strasbourg

Le projet CrossCheck de vérification de l'information, dont Global Voices est partenaire, était présent au Forum Mondial de la Démocratie. Entretien avec Marie Bohner, sa coordinatrice

Global Voices French: “What a therapy, GV!”

GV-French came back home with loads of images, emotions and reflections. Team members share some of them in GV collaborative approach to stay in the mood

A Debate on Freedom Versus Control at the World Forum for Democracy

The World Forum on Democracy main theme was Freedom Versus Control. Here is a recap of the three-day event.

Help Wanted to Make Sure the U.N. Climate Change Conference COP 21 Will Result in Concrete Actions

The year 2015 is especially important for our planet’s climate. One of the highlights is the 21st Session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention...

Global Voices Author Sanjib Chaudhary hails from Nepal

Meet Sanjib Chaudhary, GV author for Nepal, blogger, traveller, "avid reader and gym freak".

Happy years of listening, translating , writing… and talking!

Please don't infer from these accounts of "firsts" that I am looking in the rear-view mirror. Indeed those past years were full and rich in every sense. We learned and...