Summit Attendees – 2005

The following people attended the Global Voices Summit in London in 2005.

(Also see the attendee facebook, compiled by Angelo E. and Mary Joyce.)

Andrew Heavens - Ethiopia Blogger at Meskel Square
Andrew Nachison – Media Center
Anthony Barnett –
Becky Hogge –
Ben Paarmann – Eurasia Blog
Benjamen Walker – Podcaster and Berkman Ctr. Affiliate
Beth Kanter – Boston/Cambodia
Boris Anthony – GV Web Architect
Brendan Greeley – Radio Open Source
Bun ThaRum – Cambodian blogger
Catherine Bracy – Berkman Center
Cecile Landman – Amsterdam-based. (Iraq audio blogs)
Charlie Nesson – Berkman Center founder
Colin Macaulay – Berkman Center Managing Director
Dan Gillmor – “We the Media” author
David Sasaki – GV Americas Editor
David Schlesinger – Reuters Global Managing Editor
Dina Mehta – Indian blogger
Eman Abu-Khadra – Tunisian blogger
Enda Nasution – Indonesian blogger
Ethan Zuckerman – Global Voices Co-Founder
Fred Andon Petrossians – Iranian blogger
Fatma Karama – Tanzanian blogger
Georgia Popplewell -Trinidad and Tobago
Haitham Sabbah – GV Middle East/N.Africa Editor
Henrik Schneider – Hungarian blogger
Hossein Derakshan – Iranian blogger
Hugh Macleod – Gapingvoid
Iria Puyosa – Venezuelan blogger
Jake Shapiro – Public Radio Exchange (
Jane Perrone – Deputy News Editor, The Guardian Unlimited
Jeff Ooi – GV Contributing Editor & Malaysian Blogger
Jeremy Druker – Transitions Online (Eastern Europe & former Soviet Block)
Jon Ungphakorn – Senator from Thailand
Jonas Galvez – Blogamundo
Jonathan Bracken – MacArthur Foundation
Jonathan Palfrey – Berkman Center Executive Director
Jonathan Zittrain – Berkman Center Founder
Jordan Seidel – Polish blogger
Kevin Anderson – BBC “World Have Your Say”
Kevin Wallen – Jamaica Voices Project
Kevin Wen – Chinese blogger (
Kitty Arie – Freelance journalist & AlertNet contributor
Lisa Goldman – Israeli blogger
Loic Lemeur – SixApart France
Lucy Hooberman – BBC
Luke Razzell –
Mark H Jones – Reuters AlertNet
Martin Lucas – CUNY (media studies)
Marvin Hall – Jamaica Voices Project
Mary Joyce –
Mary Page – MacArthur Foundation
Michelle Levesque – Open Net Initiative
Mohamed Marwen Meddah – Tunisian blogger
Neha Viswanathan – GV South Asia Editor
Nick Moraitis – Amnesty International & TakingITGlobal
Noelle McAfee – Ctr. for Social Media
Obiora Orjiekwe – Nigerian blogger
Onnik Krikorian – Armenian blogger
Ory Okolloh – Kenyan blogger
Pat Hall – Blogamundo (blog translation project)
Paul Kihwelo – Open University of Tanzania
Peter Emerson – Harvard University
Rebecca MacKinnon – Global Voices Co-Founder
Richard Dreyfuss – guest of Peter Emerson
Roba Al Assi – Jordanian blogger
Robert Scoble – Microsoft
Roby Alampay – South East Asian Press Association
Rohin Francis –
SJ Klein – Wikipedia
Sokari Ekine – GV Sub-Saharan Africa Editor
Ndesanjo Macha – Tanzanian blogger
Terry Fisher – Berkman Center
Tian Sun – (London-based) Chinese blogger
Tihomir Loza – Transitions Online (Bosnia)
Tim Morley – Linguist
Tom Steinberg –
Urs Gasser – Berkman Center
Xiao Qiang –
Zephyr Teachout – Berkman Center Fellow

Sharon Hom, Human Rights in China
Shirley Hao, Human Rights in China
Fern Nesson, guest of Charles Nesson
John Thomas Hall, Blogamundo
Nart Villeneuve, Citizen Lab
Julian Wolfson, Citizen Lab
Sameh Saeid, Amnesty Intl’ Arabic section
Peter Allden, BBC
Silver Meikar, Estonian blogger
Peter Leonars, blogger
Darius Cuplinskas – Open Society Institute
Isabel Hilton –
Katy Pearce – Blogrel

(total: 93)


Chris Ahearn – President, Reuters Media
Dean Wright – Reuters Senior
Vice President and Managing Editor for Consumer Services


Ahmed – Saudi Blogger
Angelo Embuldeniya – (Bahrain-based) SEA-EAT/South Asian Disaster Relief Blogger
Deborah Dilley – expert on Turkish and Kurdish blogs
Eduardo Avila – Bolivian blogger
Jose Manuel Tesoro – GV East Asia Editor
“Mr. Behi” – Iranian blogger
Nathan Hamm – GV Russia/Eastern Europe/Central Asia/Caucaus Editor

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