These are the citizen media outreach projects that Rising Voices are currently supporting.
Pakistan is a country that can often be unfairly portrayed in the international mainstream media. With one of the existing narratives focusing on security issues...
University students in Niamey are using OpenStreetMap tools to take part in a collaborative open-source humanitarian mapping project.
Of the 5,000 tribal members of the Umoⁿhoⁿ living in the rural reservation community in Eastern Nebraska, there are less than ten fluent speakers remaining....
When we last saw Israel Quic, he was being featured by Facebook's Ten Stories in recognition for his work promoting the Tz'utujil language on the...
The Santiaguero Collective started in the city of Mérida, Mexico, where they were drawn together out of their common love of music, but not just...
These are our alumni projects that are no longer being maintained by Rising Voices. Click to see a full list.
In the Brazilian town of Januária, a local organization called the Friends of Januária are engaging residents of the town, especially focusing on youth, teaching them how to use citizen media tools for greater civic participation.
The NGO Associação Amigos das Crianças seeks to teach the youth of the neighborhoods of Bandim and Enterramento in Bissau, Guinea-Bissau how to use digital photography and video to document life in their surrounding community.
Six Aché indigenous communities in Paraguay will use citizen media to tell the stories of their rich culture and reflect back on their difficult past.
Centre for Media and Democracy in Bhutan provides audio podcasting workshops to the communities of Samtse, Trongsa, Kanglung, Thimpu, and Paro to have online conversations about the country's emerging democracy.
Radio "Los Inestables" complements the live radio program broadcast with patients at the local psychiatric hospital in Córdoba, Argentina with the production of audio podcasts managed and created by the participants.
Dizha Kieru is a local community radio station located in the indigenous Zapotec village of Talea de Castro in Oaxaca, Mexico that will train local residents to become community news gatherers through in-person reporting or through collection via SMS or phone calls from citizens taking advantage of the community-owned and operated GSM mobile network.
Three rural libraries in the Guatemalan villages of Huitán, San Carlos Sija, Cabricán in the Quetzaltenango or "Xela" Department will explore ways that they can open their doors through citizen media for local residents to participate more actively in society.
The Blind Dates projects in Thessaloniki, Greece, is working with students from the local blind community to use technologies available for the visually impaired in order to share experiences about accessibility and policies facing their community.
The Ségou Village Connection project seeks to link residents living in the rural villages of the Ségou region in Mali with former residents that now live in the larger cities through the use of mobile reporting and communication.