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· December, 2005

Stories about Citizen Media from December, 2005

31 December 2005

Cambodian Human Rights Leader Kem Sokha Arrested On New Year's Eve

It looks like 2006 will be an even more difficult year for those fighting for freedom of expression in Cambodia according to this post by Jinja about the New Year's...

Pakistan: Blog-o-New Year!

As the year comes to a close, I am forced to look back and ask myself an important question, “why the heck did I not write a post for GV...

29 December 2005

Tsunami: Malaysian blogs reflect a year after

In remembrance of the Tsunami which took place at Asia Pacific in 2004, bloggers around the world were putting up posts to commemorate the event. MackZul dedicated a blog entry...

Sudan: Genocide in Darfur

27 December 2005

Chilean Cinema Trends

Chilean cinema has been growing and growing as years go by. The “Festival de cine de Valdivia” (ES), the best known Chilean festival of cinema, has taken place in the...

Blogging To Improve Cambodia’s Environment

Meet Zarah Jane Almeida who works as a producer for Mlup Baitong's Environmental Advocacy Radio Program. She has been blogging about her work and life at Sreisaat Adventures in Cambodia...

25 December 2005

Indonesia: Blogger questioned by the police, Tsunami one year after and a Peaceful Christmas Eve

Last week, Herman Saksono, a blogger from Jogjakarta was questioned by the police because he posted (now removed) a modified picture of Indonesian President, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono with Bambang Trihatmodjo,...

18 December 2005

Bangladesh Blog buzz

Read what's happening in the Bangladesh blogosphere lately.

16 December 2005

Pakistan: Blog-o-furious

Over the course of the last few months, the responses to my personal blog have become “interesting” to say the least. I am not talking about the usual comments posted...

15 December 2005

South Asia: From the Blogosphere

South Asia: From the Blogosphere

14 December 2005

Voices from the Horn of Africa and Sudan

Our look at what bloggers in the Horn of the African continent and Sudan are saying begins in Darfur and with some good news. Sleepless in Sudan is reporting that...

13 December 2005

Southeast Asia: Skeptic's Constitution

Global Voices Summit: Emergence of a Conversation Community

(photo by Beth Kanter) Thanks to everybody who participated – both in person and online to make our Global Voices London Summit such a stunning success! The conversation was so...

9 December 2005

Pakistan: Blog-o-coma

Well, it happened. I got side-swiped by a colossal Boredom Truck while riding my trusted Vespa Scooter on the internet highway, surveying for relevant blogs to highlight for this post....

8 December 2005

Southeast Asian Games!

Southeast Asian Games closing ceremonies’ photo by Jove Francisco. The 23rd South East Asian Games, which recently concluded in Manila this week, were known as the South East Asian Peninsular...

5 December 2005

Nigeria: Books

Molara Wood calls on Nigerians readers to submit their “best book of the year”….So please let us have your choice of ONE outstanding book you read in 2005 and tell...

4 December 2005

High Abstention and Information Black-out in Venezuela Elections

Venezuelan bloggers report empty voting sites in today's elections for National Assembly Deputies. After touring Caracas, The Devil’s Excrement estimates that abstention rates would be higher in this election than...

2 December 2005

Global Voices Seeks Managing Editor

Global Voices is growing fast! We are now looking to hire a full-time Managing Editor. THE JOB: This person will be responsible for coordinating day-to-day content flow on the Global...

Chilean Bloggers: What happened with our Politics Blogging?

Roberto Arancibia, a well known blogger in Chile, posts that we are only ten days away from the presidential and parliamentary elections and that political Blogs should be burning hot,...

Pakistan: Blog-O-Manic

Pakistan: Blog-O-Manic

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