Posts about GV 2015

Introducing Visual Storytelling

One of the sessions from the Global Voices Community meeting that I highly appreciated was the discussion on visual storytelling by GV Executive Director Ivan Sigal. The discussion looked at...

Do We Feed the Trolls? A Fascinating Summit Discussion

At the Global Voices Summit this year, I had the pleasure of moderating a panel of experts, though expert for perhaps the wrong reasons: Each person on my panel had...

Joey Ayoub: ‘Providing the Context Is Key in Trying to Convey Empathy’ With Gaza

Global Voices contributor Joey Ayoub is sitting at a Cebu café, browsing wantonly through the morning news on his smartphone. I ask him if it would be a good time to...

An Incredible Journey

I've just spent a week in Philippines, a country at the other side of the world from my Peru, where this wonderful community known as Global Voices held its most...

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...

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...

Is GV a family?

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

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...