Posts about Community
“Yemen used to be” the different side in the war country
Yemen's past has had many stories that inspire us as Yemeni and non-Yemeni.
A visa for letting Yemen enters peace
It has always been the only visa that makes me go everywhere is art
From inviting for tea to resisting to live
it became the scenario of Yemeni’s life: searching for basic necessities to live
A Secret behind a Cup of Tea
I kept thinking too much why I can not stay with my father to eat that piece of bread and drinking the tea.
Using Personas to Gain Understanding and Focus
Global Voices is asking its community to engage in defining its future path. Are we a community? Are we news? Are we media? All of the three? Something we have not yet imagined?
Translators: Would you like to support a new human rights project?
The Human Rights Measurement Initiative (HRMI), a start-up global social enterprise aiming to reinvent the way human rights data are produced and used, is seeking translators.
Here’s what we learned about global conferences and social media
In #RightsCon Conference, we translated 444 Tweets — 172 to Arabic, 259 to Spanish. That’s 148 Tweets/day, or roughly 19 Tweets/hour. Here’s what we learned about global conferences.
Captivated on Hanging Graveyard
I and ambassadors along with diplomats from several countries had visited regions Kete’ Kesu and Londa. Both sites are located at mountain ridge area, not far from Rantepao in Toraja.
#RightsCon Translation Lab Was Powered by GV and Meedan
GV Lingua and Meedan have collaborated to translate RightsCon conference tweets to Spanish and Arabic via its Bridge Translation tool. More projects to come, here is what we have done.
Cooperating with Universities: Turning a Discussion into a Reality
Before I begin this post, I want to share a response from a professor at a university, who I contacted as part of our working group on collaborating with universities to try and create a Global Voices internship in a given region. The response required only two emails and was...