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Eduardo Avila · December, 2009

Joined Global Voices in 2005 as a volunteer author writing about Bolivia. From 2007-2010, I was the Latin America and Spanish Language Editors at Global Voices, and now currently lead the Rising Voices initiative. Follow me on Twitter (@barrioflores)

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Latest posts by Eduardo Avila from December, 2009

9 December 2009

Featured Author: Eman AbdElRahman

Egyptian Global Voices Online contributor Eman AbdElRahman, also known as Lasto Adri, is active in a project called Kolena Laila, which she presented at the Second Arab Bloggers Conference in...

7 December 2009

Featured Author: Mac-Jordan Holdbrookes-Degadjor

From his home in Accra, Ghana, Global Voices author Mac-Jordan Holdbrookes-Degadjor talks about his prolific blogging and tweeting activity and his many collaborations with online communities.

4 December 2009

Guatemala: Breaking Down the Doors of Brothels

The blog Noticias para Dios offers an inside look, both raw and literary, on the everyday life of a Guatemalan lawyer rescuing trafficked children from brothels.

1 December 2009

Mongolia: Climate Change Affecting Nomadic Way of Life

Conversations for a Better World

Climate change is affecting the way of life of Mongolian nomadic families, as rangeland for their grazing animals has been reduced in size and the availability of fresh water has...

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