Abir Ghattas is a Lebanese activist, blogger and a digital communication strategist with a focus on women rights, freedom of speech and digital security in the MENA region. Abir holds a BS in Computer Sciences and a Master's in Communication and Media studies. She is somewhere between Marseille and Beirut.
Latest posts by Abir Ghattas
GVeX latest podcast with Rising Voices director Eddie Avile, Arzy Geybulla and Tanya Lokot, talking about the users of the GVeX guide and the importance of understanding the political climate and context whenever thinking about an advocacy campaign!
A coherent narrative is essential to an effective advocacy and an optimized engagement and with all the tools and technologies around us, each and everyone of us can tell his/her story and the story of others…In today's GVeX podcast episode Tamara Qiblawi, co-founder of KnoozRoom in today’s episode talk to us about...
“Are you an activist or an advocate?”, we all had to answer this question at a certain point in our life. How do we identify? Is it important to make this differentiation? And how does this influence our methods of engagements? We've attempted to answer all these questions in this week's podcast with Tanya Lokot for...
GVeX core team has been involved with many advocacy campaigns all over the world, below are some of the campaigns that took both an online and offline aspect. If you want to share with us information about campaigns you've worked on, please fill this form. Data from globalvoicesexchange.silk.co
In this first podcast we will hear from Arzu Geybulla, Nighat Dad, Natasha Msonza, Rosebell Kagumire, Tanya Lokot & Abir Ghattas talking about GVeX and the importance of such a project in the global south.