Would the world be better if it looked more like Global Voices? We think so!
Can we use social media to pressure governments to wake up and take issues of sexual violence online more seriously?
The overarching trait we all share is acceptance. We see each others’ assets, differences, facets, stories and struggles and we work with them - not against them.
There are many injustices happening every day across the world that prevent us from sleeping soundly. That's why we must keep on doing what we do as GVers.
I have another reason to learn a new language: not to be able to speak it, but to be able to listen deeply.
There were twenty of us gathered in Colombo, Sri Lanka; a mishmash of various languages, cultural viewpoints, varying professions, with one thing in common: we were Global Voices.
We are human rights organizations using a tool to further our goals...In that game we are not the only players; the players are those who suffer...
We've overcome technical challenges in the past -- we can continue the fight for a multilingual space where everyone is represented and everyone has a voice.
Presenter Simona Mayo is a Lingüistics Ph.D student at the University of Buenos Aires. Since 2010 she has worked with the Mapuche social organization “Kom kim mapudunguaiñ”, which is dedicated to the Mapudungun (Mapuche language) revitalization, teaching, and diffusion in Chile and Argentina. Eddie Avila explains that a key right...
The first victim in conflict is often the truth. How do online storytellers uncover the human stories?