Our community has more than 1,200 writers, translators, activists and experts from around the world. We don't have a physical office at Global Voices, but every day our authors, editors, and translators interact to make things happen on the Global Voices site and in our broader community.
This section explains how we are organized, how we communicate, and presents our ethics policy and guidelines for interacting with each other.
Introductory guide to communication channels used by GV to help new members get up to speed and ensure they are signed up.
As an organization, Global Voices, and in particular the Core Team, uses “Working Groups” to tackle aspects of our work that require collaboration across departments. Below are listed the current working groups and their mandates, activities, membership and frequencies. If you would like to contact an appropriate working group about…
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Everything you need to know about participating in Global Voices
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Global Voices Funding Principles At Global Voices, our work is driven by our community, in service to our readers. Our contributors and editorial staff decide what stories we tell and how we tell them. We evaluate all funding sources based on the impact they have on our mission, values, and…
This page explains the organizational structure of Global Voices.
As a distributed community, our work will be smoother, safer and more efficient if we all share a basic methodology and set of tools for our communications.
This section sets out principles and guidelines for behavior in a variety of contexts and situations.
This page explains the procedure for electing community representatives to the Global Voices Board of Directors.
A comprehensive list of Google Groups and other channels used to communicate within GV, including global groups, regional/ linguistic editorial groups and Lingua translation site groups.
Explanation of how we use Slack inside Global Voices
This guide was compiled following the experiences from six GV Meetups in six cities around the world, which were a part of the GV Innovation grants in 2014.