Posts about Memories

February 13, 2019

GV Flashback: Our 2007 Valentine's Day poetry contest

That time Global Voices ran a Valentine's Day poetry contest.

January 19, 2019

The First Boukary Konaté Blogging Awards, in Mali

The blogging award to honor the memory of our friend Boukary Konaté is now a reality.

February 6, 2018

A Stroll of Hope: The 2017 ‘Hope’ Photography Exhibition in Colombo, Sri Lanka

In the capital city of Colombo, the 2017 photography exhibition titled 'Hope' marked 70 years since the Independence of Sri Lanka.

December 14, 2017

Why We Do What We Do: Confession Of A Gver

There are many injustices happening every day across the world that prevent us from having a sound sleep. That's why we must keep on doing what we do as GVers.

September 21, 2017

‘My dream Was to Bring Internet to my Village.’ A Final Homage to Boukary Konaté from his Friends and Colleagues

We are deeply saddened to announce the death of our friend and collaborator, Boukary Konaté.

May 19, 2017

Remembering Anna: An unrelenting activist for African justice and a huge loss for the Global Voices community

Anna Guèye: Gone too soon. It is with great sadness that I learned of the passing of Anna Guèye, author and translator for Global Voices en français and a forceful...

June 29, 2016

A Decade of Blogging for Global Voices

I am privileged to be in the company of creative and intelligent individuals whose work and life stories provide a daily inspiration to me and countless others.

January 15, 2016

My Global Voices Mentor: Preetam Rai

"I would recommend GV contributors to be active beyond the online space. I think the insights into local cultures that we have as part of GV is rare and unique."

December 22, 2015

A Debate on Freedom Versus Control at the World Forum for Democracy

The World Forum on Democracy main theme was Freedom Versus Control. Here is a recap of the three-day event.

December 9, 2015

May Gershom's Memory Live on in These Five Trees

As a token of our deep affection for Gershom, we've arranged for five trees to be planted in South Africa in his memory.