Posts about Announcements

Global Voices August 2021 highlights

Topics that grabbed our readers' attention in August include a swimming pool, the death of a beloved Caribbean poet, women who run like the wind, and belly dancing.

Global Voices July 2021 highlights

Who joined GV in July 2021? Which stories grabbed our readers' attention? In which countries are our stories being most read? Find out the answers to those questions in this...

Nani Jansen Reventlow and Rasha Abdulla join Global Voices board

We're pleased to announce the addition of two outstanding new members to our board of directors.

We've updated GV's Republishing Guidelines: Here's what you need to know

If you’re new to the GV Community, or unfamiliar with Creative Commons licensing and how it works, we encourage you to review our updated Republishing Guidelines page.

GV core team retreat update

In the last week of April, GV's core team devoted some time a virtual retreat, stepping away from our usual obligations in order to concentrate on big organizational questions.

Spotify, Don't Spy: Global Voices joins Coalition of 180+ Musicians and Human Rights Groups Take A Stand

Global Voices joins a coalition of over 180 musicians and human rights organizations sending a letter to Spotify calling on the company to make a public commitment to never use, license, sell,...

Design Update: No-Sidebar article display

After testing a clean new post design that's centred without a sidebar, we liked the results, and are making this change live across all GV sites.

GV Council: Applications and Renewals for 2021 are open!

Get involved with building a stronger GV, join the Community Council for 2021

‘Digital rights under lockdown’: A new project for African digital spaces

Global Voices kicks off a new project focusing on governance control of COVID-19 narratives and its impact on African digital spaces during the pandemic.

GV Design Refresh 2020 – With Video!

We're launching some small but poignant design changes for Global Voices! In this post you can learn what they are as well as the thinking behind them.