Dawn, the sound of the keyboard marks the beginning of the day. I start a blog that will make me experience the most gratifying and terrible moments of my existence. I go out with the USB stick around my neck, climb the steps of the Havana Capitol and mumble a few phrases to get myself into the place with internet access exclusively for foreigners. It is the 9th of April 2007 and I publish the first text of Generación Y. My life has just taken a turn. Continue →
Ines Amri is an activist, teacher and expert in founding and establishing socially-minded start-ups. Currently based in Tunis, she originally hails from Gabes in Tunisia’s south, where her work with local activist networks and rights-focussed projects at the time of the 2011 revolution saw her become a respected advocate and force for change.