Stories about Community

May 12, 2018

Happy 10th Anniversary to Lingua Russian!

The very first Russian translation of a GV post was published on April 30, 2008.

May 4, 2018

Pressing ‘Pause’ on NewsFrames

As we pause the NewsFrames project, the team takes a moment to reflect upon the past year and a half.

Pressing ‘Play’ on NewsFrames

As our earlier post shared, we will need to pause overall starting in June as we consider the NewsFrames project moving forward. But we do have ideas about the future....

April 9, 2018

NewsFrames Community Report | April 2018

The News Frames community is growing! Here are some updates to you can stay informed about what is going on and how you can participate.

March 6, 2018

2018 Goals: Revitalizing the Runet Echo Community

Our goal for 2018 is to revitalize the RuNet Echo community, attracting new writers, with a focus on less Moscow-centric coverage and underreported topics like Russia's minorities.

March 5, 2018

2018 Editorial Goals: Expanding Coverage of Iranian Minority Voices

There are many groups and media outlets providing mainstream coverage of politics in Iran, but there are few mainstream outlets highlighting the voices of minorities such as Iran’s Ahwazis.

March 1, 2018

The Stories We Want to Tell at Global Voices: An Experiment

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.

The Stories We Want to Tell at Global Voices

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.

February 23, 2018

Summit 2017 Community Meeting Notes: Bring on the Comments!

Greetings GVers! Alas, the GV Summit 2017 has come and gone, but we still have the memories — and lots and lots of notes collected from our many sessions. At long...

Are We Mentors More Than We Are Editors?

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."