Notes from an (internal) session about the role of Global Voices in conflict prevention and resolution, including a proposal for future activity.
The main focus of the small breakout session was to explore the ways that internet has helped promote the uses of indigenous languages in countries where these languages have not had much presence online.
The editor of Global Voices in Spanish shares some post-Summit reflections.
Notes from an open session on online social translation, mostly related to Global Voices Lingua project.
On youth and experiences with integrating youth. Session leader was Emily Jacobi from Digital Democracy.
Global Voices Executive Director Ivan Sigal led a panel discussion on Measuring and Evaluating the Impact of Citizen Media.
The person-to-person aspect of social organizing in Latin America (sometimes without dependence on telecommunications).
Session Notes: La nueva Ley de Propiedad Intelectual de Chile: derechos de autor y libertad de expresión
Open Session a cargo de Pedro Less, Gerente de Asuntos Gubernamentales y Políticas Pública de Google para Latinoamérica, y Claudio Ruiz, presidente de la ONG Derechos Digitales de Chile.
Given the subject matter about the use of mobile phones, reporting on the breakout session was undertaken via Twitter. Led by Prabhas Pokharel, MobileActive.org.
The fifth Global Voices Summit has come to an end. Thank you and see you again next time!