Posts about Activism

New Rising Voices project

We're happy to announce a new project about digital advocacy training.

First “Mini Summit” with Global Voices Latin America

This post was originally written in Spanish by Laura Vidal.  We've all wanted to relive the wonderful moments from the community meetings at each Summit that the Latin America team got...

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...

GV Lingua German initiative to strengthen reporting on Yemen in German

"I enjoyed it and it was great to see how well a team can work together and it is wonderful to be part of it. I hope that this is...

Preserving Aymara Language for the Future Generations

In an era in which many Latin American indigenous languages are endargered and tend to disappear, the pasionate dedication of Victoria Tinta from Bolivia is admirable and deserves every support...

Discover the not so serious face of Ahmed Jedou from Mauritania

Ahmed might be a staunch activist and a firm believer in democracy in his country: Mauritania of which he was an excellent ambassador on GV. Aside from this, Ahmed has...

We are here now and ready to act!

I am girl activist of Kyrgyzstan. I live in the country where somebody speaks, acts and decides instead of us, where violence, injustice, discrimination, hate are normal. I believed and...

Girls Activist of Kyrgyzstan and Global Voices

I started working in media sphere in my 13 years old, now I am 16. My experience I started from citizen journalism and then started intrested in political systemof goverment...

Ten Years on GV: My First Translation and Other Reflections

Ten Years on GV: Mohamed ElGohary's First Translation and Other Reflections

Ebola: Abdoulaye's campaign at GV in French

We cannot save every one from Ebola, but Abdoulaye and Fatou, his contact in Guinea, are at least trying. Read how.