· January, 2015

Posts about GV Summit from January, 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...

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...

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.

And more photos…..last set!

For everyone, here goes the last set for the two last days at the Capitol Center – 24th and 25th. Enjoy, and if you have any problems for downloading or...

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...

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...

The Story and the Storyteller: Minutes from the workshop

In this workshop led by Lauren, the participants’ objective is to get the most out of interviews they conduct for a story. When you are the ‘storyteller’, your goal is...

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...

More photos, this time for the second day at Summit

You can have a bad internet connection or even a bad day, but something you can never have as a photographer a lack of will for shooting. I enjoy capturing...

First day of the Summit by photos

Make the story count with photos. Not an easy task, but one that photographers enjoy so we can keep images for the future and we can say one day: we...