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On Civil Society and Government partnerships

  May 6, 2016

Effective NGO and Government coordination is important, as it can ensure that all parties are able provide each other with valuable feedback that can help them reach their mutual goals. The government can provide support, resources that NGOs may not have, and NGOs can share lessons learned from being on...

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It's time we talked about burnout!

  April 17, 2016

Last February I was privileged to be part of the Global Voices Exchange gathering in Marseille and I spent an intense week with an amazing group of powerful women from the global south. Coming from different backgrounds and contexts we explored together different formats to produce content that will help...

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What About Post-Digital Advocacy?

  April 14, 2016

From grassroots mapping to community radio, this interview with Chris Csikszentmihályi, co-founder and former director of MIT Center for Future Civic Media, may well provoke our imagination as activists, advocates and researchers.

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Building, Gaining and Keeping Trust in Online Communities

March 30, 2016

Spending a week in a room filled with people whose work I admire, creating something new and awesome – what's not to like? The days we spent in Marseille working on the GVeX project made me learn about many things, but one of the main learnings I gained there is...

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Unified in a Plurality of Voice

March 2, 2016

Global Voices is “a borderless, largely volunteer community of more than 1400 writers, analysts, online media experts and translators.” They've been around since 2005, weaving together locally produced stories from all over the globe. They also have a translation community called Lingua, fight against censorship and for freedom through Advox,...

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GVeX- Is So Good

  March 2, 2016

We talked about a number of things from strategy design to evaluation and values to experience sharing to finally producing a content that is both unique, helpful, and as it was mentioned more than just once- a resource which won’t reinvent the wheel but actually become a car perhaps.