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2011 on Global Voices
2011 has been an extraordinary year for online citizen media content. Global Voices has been there as revolutions happened, dictatorships fell, and network effects rippled through the cities and neighborhoods of our contributors reporting from around the world.
- Global Voices Most Read Posts in 2011
- Global Voices in Spanish Translators: “The World is Talking… We Translate”
- Global Voices in Dutch Looks Back on 2011
- Global Voices Aymara: Experiences in Translation in 2011
- Global Voices in French: Translators’ Choice 2011
- Eurozone Crisis: 2011 Citizen Media Responses
- Global Voices Podcast: Brave New Year 2012
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Global Voices authors and editors highlight some of the most important events of their regions. Did you miss any of these events during the year? Catch up now!
- Zambia 2011: Two Events That Shook the Country (06 Jan)
- From Sidi Bouzid to Kinshasa: Francophone Africa in 2011 (02 Jan)
- 2011: The Worst Year in Malawi’s History? (02 Jan)
- Caribbean: Looking Back on 2011 (03 Jan)
- Caucasus: The Year in Review (02 Jan)
Middle East and North Africa
- MENA: 2011, a Year of Struggle and Triumphs for Bloggers (07 Jan)
- Arab World: A Year In Pictures – Our Authors’ Selection (04 Jan)
- Tunisia: Censorship and Freedom of Speech in the Year That Was (03 Jan)
- Yemen: A Year of Revolution and a Story of Struggle (03 Jan)
- Tunisia: 2011 in Citizen Media Photos (03 Jan)
- Egypt: 2011 in Blog Posts (30 Dec)
- Morocco: The Tale of the February 20 Movement in 20 Videos (27 Dec)
South East Asia
- Southeast Asia: The Great Floods of 2011 (05 Jan)
- Southeast Asia in 2011: A Year of Protest (03 Jan)