· January, 2015

Stories about Community from January, 2015

January 31, 2015

GV2015: A High School Perspective

“May we have a great time in Cebu!” Those were the first words that I heard after initially touching down in Cebu and passing through the two hour customs line...

January 27, 2015

Coping with post-summit depression‏

“How are we supposed to go back home to our regular lives now that we’ve been here?” It is a question I heard probably five or six times during the...

January 25, 2015

What does it mean to be a GVer?

In December 2014 and January 2015 nine GV Community members tried to make something which could be considered as a draft of GV Code of Ethics.

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...

Is GV a family?

GVer Portnoy Zheng from Taiwan reflects on what Global Voices means to him.

January 23, 2015

The Future is Always Present

Little Umaima is joining us every day of the GV Summit to remind us somehow that we are part of this amazing community for one single reason: to build better world for...

We Also Play at the Summit

We've been working a lot these days, we haven't slept enough and most of us still have the jetlag effect, but it is the brief moments like this when the conference...

January 22, 2015

My Personal Tribute to Translators

A Tribute to Linda Jaivin’s essay 'Found in Translation: In Praise of a Plural World' and to all translators, especially our Lingua team.

January 8, 2015

A minha primeira vez no Summit!

Desde que estou no Global Voices (Dezembro de 2013) já escrevi entre textos originais e traduções 35 publicações, o que faz de mim o moçambicano mais activo dentro do Global...

January 5, 2015

A Wrap-Up of the #GVMeetup in Tunis

A summary of the Tunis #GVMeetup held in November 2014.