Romina Oliverio

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Based in Toronto, Romina has experience in online volunteering management, online strategies and social media. She has worked with Nabuur.com as their online communities manager and volunteer coordinator, and has contributed to the coordination of social media campaigns including 350.org, Amnesty International, and Social Action's Change the Web.

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12 June 2011

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Case Study: An Interview with Wycliffe Sande

Rising Voices continues its look at the projects of the Map Kibera Trust in Nairobi, Kenya. This post features an interview with Wycliffe Sande, who is the coordinator of the Voice of Kibera and one of the members of the Kibera News Network. He talks about how he started with the project, and how it has made a difference in the community.

7 May 2011

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Case Study: Mapping and Hearing the Voice of Kibera

This continues the series posts featuring projects engaging with underrepresented communities through citizen media training workshops. This post takes a look at the Map Kibera project in Kenya with an interview with its co-founders, Erica Hagen and Mikel Maron.

30 March 2011

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Case Study: The Challenges for Megafone from a First Person Perspective

Megafone project founderAntoni Abad writes a first-person blog post answering the questions "What have been some of the challenges in implementing the Megafone project and how did you address those challenges?" This is the third in a case study studies that takes a look at global citizen media projects.

16 February 2011

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Case Study: Megafone – Amplifying Voices via a Communal Mobile Phone

This is the first in the series of case studies of projects engaging with underrepresented communities through the citizen media training workshops. This four-part series takes a look at the Megafone project and an interview with its founder, Antoni Abad.