Stories about Video from December, 2013
Amidst all the sad and violent news coming out of Yemen, we managed to dig out a few news items that you might have missed.
What if the news could inspire and empower us to become more active citizens, to actually have an impact on the world?
As Euromaidan protests in Ukraine continue, reports and evidence of police brutality against protesters and journalists grow. Netizens are organizing to protect victims of police brutality.
A nation's distress can be described in a single artwork better than a million words. Here is how Syrian artists celebrated Christmas.
Several Southeast Asian governments were confronted with big street protests in 2013. In Thailand, street protesters are still actively pushing for the ouster of the incumbent government
For our 2013 end-of-year campaign we asked members of the Global Voices family to fill you in on what their countries are really about.
Positive stories from Niger are a few and far between these days, thanks to economic hardship combined with threats of terrorism. Three projects are trying to change that.
On the eve of the vote of Brazil's new Mining Code, a documentary produced by collective Mídia NINJA appeared to give voice to the communities in regions affected by mining.
A video report produced by Coletivo Catarse takes a look at hydroelectric plants along the Uruguay River in southern Brazil and raises questions about the real costs of hydroelectric power.
Around 10,000 Palestinians in northern Gaza were displaced from their homes after four days of torrential rain.
The Mandela memorial sign-language interpreter, Thamsanqa Jantjie, didn’t use any known sign language. He is now known all over the world as the "Fake Interpreter".