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  • 1. Viviana, from HiperBarrio, Medellín, Colombia
  • 2. David Sasaki Georgia Popplewell
  • 3. Nari Jibon Dhaka, Bangladesh New media trainings at a professional skills center
  • 4. Neighborhood Diaries Bow Bazaar, Calcutta, India Kalam/Sanlaap - Creative writing and citizen media for marginalized children
  • 5. Iran Inside Out Teheran, Iran Challenging international impressions of Iran via videoblogging
  • 6. FOKO Club Citizen Journalism around Poverty, Environmental Issues Madagascar: Antananarivo, Mahajanga, Toamasina
  • 7. REPACTED Nakuru, Kenya Documenting post-election violence and refugee issues
  • 8. Think Build Change Salone Freetown, Sierra Leone Building the next generation of journalists in a post-conflict nation
  • 9. Prison Diaries - Kingston, Jamaica Students Expressing Truth Challenging “badboy veneration” with a look inside three Kingston prisons.
  • 10. Blogging Desde Infancia Uruguay Partner: Ceibal Blogging in schools using OLPC
  • 11. Voces Bolivianas El Alto, La Paz, Bolivia Blogging in Spanish and Aymara to bridge cultural differences
  • 12. HiperBarrio La Loma, Medellín, Colombia Videoblogging, workshops through public libraries
  • 13. 300 new bloggers 21 communities 10 countries a large pile of lessons learned next: blogging for public health