Posts about Memories

A Conversation on Editing

We have to strike a balance between many considerations -- our wonderful Global Voices community, our readers from around the world, and our mission of building bridges.

Global Voices esteve no debate sobre jornalismo móvel em Moçambique

Realizou-se no dia 31 de Março, o debate sobre jornalismo móvel em Moçambique organizado pela IREX através do Programa Para Fortalecimento da Mídia, com a presença do jornalista e investigador...

Salamat, Cebú: Apuntes sueltos sobre la Cumbre de Medios Ciudadanos de Global Voices

Hace una semana desde que terminó la Cumbre de Medios Ciudadanos de Global Voices en Cebú, Filipinas, a la cual tuve la suerte de asistir. Cuarenta horas de vuelo después,...

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...

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...

Discover the not so serious face of Ahmed Jedou from Mauritania

Ahmed might be a staunch activist and a firm believer in democracy in his country: Mauritania of which he was an excellent ambassador on GV. Aside from this, Ahmed has...

A GV meetup in Beirut that auto-organized itself and many other happy unexpected encounters

In one of my posts here, I wrote about how worried I was when asked by Eddie to host a GV meetup in Beirut. Panic mode, freak-out … call it...

Why Do I Translate for GV

As part of commemoration of the Volunteers Day, GV sent this survey to Lingua, community. I maybe working now for GV, but I joined GV originally as a volunteer translator. The survey...

Seven Years and Counting…

A very brief summary of a seven-year long wonderful and unexpected journey.