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Welcome to VoiceMail, the bimonthly newsletter of Voice.
This 4th edition is devoted to introducing new grantees.
Great projects that we love to share with you!
We are proud to present some of the newest Voice grantees!
THIS IS OUR STORY

The project of Pamflet Indonesia aims to strengthen the storytelling capacity of deaf youth to articulate their stories as well as to raise issues of inclusivity from their perspective.

They have just sent their first report in a VLOG!
RIGHTS AND STATUS OF HOUSEGIRLS AROUND BAMAKO
In Mali, GRADEM  works to improving the living and working conditions of 3000 houseworkers (or housegirls) aged 15 and older, vulnerable to abuse and exploitation.
Two artists performing in a Circus in Cambodia
PERFORMANCE ART IN SLUM AREAS
Theatre performance to strengthen the rights, to empower for behavioural change and to improve living standards of elderly, people living with disabilities, LGBTI and women victim of violence are the main goals of this Cambodian project by the circus group Phare Ponleu Selpak.
Women in Uganda working in the Gold Mines
GOLDEN VOICES IN GOLD MINES
This project of Global Rights Alert aims at creating a safe, productive and political space for women in the gold mines of Mubende and Buhweju districts in Uganda.
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Profile photo of Tazia Darryanto, Programme Officer for Voice Indonesia
 
Selecting grantees from all the proposals Voice  receives is not easy. Some proposals have potential, but might not be selected, because the capacity or background of the applicant is not sufficient to write that amazing proposal. And we also know decisions may effect people's lives. How do you deal with these things as a Voice officer and what lessons can be learnt?

A blog by Tazia Darryanto, Project Manager,  Voice Indonesia
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Banner of #todaywespeak Campaign of Civicus
 

September 22, marked the launch of a global three-day campaign called Speak. Speak is coordinated by Civicus, the World Alliance for Citizen Participation. The campaign began with a day- of-silence followed by two days of events and actions at both international and national level, all to show solidarity with the shrinking civic space civil society and citizens are experiencing around the world.

The issue of civic space is at the heart of Voice and that is why wholeheartedly participated. 

A blog by Marinke van Riet, Global Programme Manager of Voice

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