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The Amp #19: August 1 to 15

FROM THE BLOG
‘Never Alone', a Video Game That Immerses Players in Traditional Iñupiat Culture - Never Alone (Kisima Inŋitchuŋa) features a female protagonist

Still Devastated: Eight Months after Typhoon Haiyan

Rising Voices note: This post continues the series of project updates from our Rising Voices grantee community. In this blog post, Hope Hervilla shares some background information on the circumstances leading to the launching of the Victims of Hope project in Estancia, Philippines.

Mapping for Niger Turns One, Community Reflects

The original post post was published on the Mapping for Niger website. It is republished here with the team's permission. Mapping for Niger is a Rising voices project.

Community Radio Soap Opera Starts Researching What Ugandans Think About Democracy

Rising Voices note: This post by Emmanuel Gira continues our series of blog posts written from the perspective of our grantee projects. This post comes from the Common Community – Radio Soap project taking place in Lira, Uganda.

Los Inespertos Set Off to Find the Information in the Streets

Rising Voices note: This is a grantee update provided by Radio Los Inestables based in Córdoba, Argentina.

Building Clogher Power!

Rising Voices note: This post by Sopheap Chak continues our series of blog posts written from the perspective of our grantee projects. This post comes from the Empowering Clogher Project taking place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

A One-Sided Story: Bosnia and Herzegovina's Media Landscape

Mainstream media in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is highly polarized along ethnic and political lines and often serves to exacerbate already existing ethnic divisions. Media often focus on events related to the war in the 1990s and exploit information to promote ethnic stereotypes and even stir up inter-ethnic tensions.