Close

Donate today to keep Global Voices strong!

Our global community of volunteers work hard every day to bring you the world's underreported stories -- but we can't do it without your help. Support our editors, technology, and advocacy campaigns with a donation to Global Voices!

Donate now

· February, 2011

Stories about Feature from February, 2011

24 February 2011

Ukraine: Helping Their Community Through Labor Therapy

Sergey Tetiorkin, an activist from the Substitution Treatment Advocates of Ukraine shares a story on the organization's blog about how substitution therapy patients help their community through an initiative called...

22 February 2011

Case Study: Featured Content from Megafone Projects

This next post in the Case Study series on citizen media projects around the world takes a look at sample content created by the participants of the Megafone project who...

17 February 2011

Blogging Positively: Young Positives Speak Out

The challenge of helping reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS is often on the shoulders of young people across the world. A group of "young positives" who are HIV positive are...

16 February 2011

Case Study: Megafone – Amplifying Voices via a Communal Mobile Phone

This is the first in the series of case studies of projects engaging with underrepresented communities through the citizen media training workshops. This four-part series takes a look at the...

4 February 2011

Call for Applications for Microgrants Now Closed

Thank you to all those who have submitted a proposal for Rising Voices' microgrant funding for citizen media outreach projects. Applications are now closed. Unfortunately, we cannot extend any deadlines...

Drop-in Center: Blogging Makes A Difference

This is the second part of the e-mail interview of Pavel Kutsev where we learn about other authors of the collective blog “Depo3p” and find out how the blogging helps...

3 February 2011

Rising Voices Community Survey – Sharing The Results

Rising Voices started its journey more than three and a half years ago and its community of grantees, participants, applicants, readers, well-wishers have grown gradually. The community mailing list has...