Global Village Space (GVS) is an initiative of few friends from Columbia University Alumni Club of Pakistan. Our vision is defined by the idea that in the beginning of 21st century we need not be in New York or London to think globally. Its about streams of consciousness and not location.
Starting with three dreamers from a storehouse in Islamabad, in 2017, GVS has moved on to proper offices and a small dedicated team that works from several cities and connects with writers and readers across the world. In last 30 months, GVS has published more than 20,000 piece of news, analysis and opinion, has been read around 60 million times and almost 50% of its readership is outside Pakistan, across North America, UK, Europe, Australia, India and the Middle East.
GVS has also launched a print magazine, by the name of “Global Village Space” that reaches out to policy makers, academics and think tankers across the world.
Our aim is to provide a platform to promote dialogue and understanding which will present all shades of opinion and not to see any as being sacrilegious to questions. We encourage our writers to be respectfully irreverent and our readers to be tolerant. They need not agree with all thoughts expressed but they should provide broad hospitality to them.