Born and raised in Lima, Peru. Professional lawyer. Volunteer author for Global Voices and volunteer translator for the Spanish version of Global Voices.
Author of the blog Seis de enero (January 6th).
Latest posts by Gabriela Garcia Calderon
Hinantin is a project aiming to develop Quechua-related software that spreads the indigenous language online through various social networks.
Breaking down barriers to technology is the first step to involve society's most experienced members. This Czech Wikimedia Foundation project will involve seniors in the online Wikipedia community.
Rising Voices talked to Amadou Ndong about some projects developed in the University of Lomé, the OpenStreetMap and a 3D printer made out of e-waste.
Saharawi Voice is a blog, news website and video hosting platform showcasing first hand testimonies of people living in the Saharawi refugee camps in Northern Africa.
Bridging cultural differences through understanding, Sanskar is a new interactive app to teach through gaming.
Radialistas has recently launched a set of online tutorials about a variety of topics to help people use radio and open software to spread information about their communities. As part of our Conectándonos series, community manager Clara Robayo talks about the project.