iCommons announces a new project called the ‘Free Culture House’ project, recognising the growing importance of physical spaces in building the kinds of communities that will spread the global commons. The creative and information commons is by its nature a virtual and intangible thing, and having a physical space where people can learn from and talk to one another, becomes more and more important.
Source: Wikipedia">governmentwith 17,000 Classmate PC's running Mandriva Linux. Now they have published an An open letter to Steve Ballmer of Microsoft after hearing that the customer will be replacing the original software with Windows.
Are you troubled by pornographic materials on the Source: TechSoup Glossary and GenderIT.org">internet? Do you consider it damaging? Or is it a valid expression of fantasy or of diverse forms of sexualities? Have you been harmed by sexually explicit and/or violent content through information and communications technologies? How have you dealt with this in your own use of the internet, mobile phone etc.? harmful content on 1 November 2007.
Rural Knowledge Center (RKC) provide Data Operators to the Voter Registration and National ID Card on going program and facilita
Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC) participates actively in Voter Registration for preparing a fresh voter list with photographs and National Identity Card (NID) program through the Rural Knowledge Centre(RKC) taken by the Bangladesh Election Commission in the countrywide.
Observation of World Rural Women Day (WRWD)2007, We demand Right based food security,Not Import & Market Dependencies!
Equity and Justice Working Group (EJWG) & Bangladesh : World Rural Women’s day National Committee organized a seminar at National Press club Conference hall demanding “Nature & Right based Food Security ”.
A Cambodian blogger asked recently
whether former King Norodom Sihanouk should be considered the country's
founding father of blogging.
He got no definitive answer.
Cambodian blog watchers say the 84-year-old monarch may not have known
he was blogging when he unveiled his Web site, updated daily by his
staff since 2002 with his views on national affairs, correspondence
with his admirers and news about his film-making hobby.
Training people to use APC Annual Report 2006 ">GEM(Gender Evaluation Methodology) is always a challenge. There are lots of expectations about the results of this training. For the trainer, the usual finding is that evaluators very seldom take a gender perspective into account when planning a project or considering its results, unless they work in a gender unit or in a project that is already committed to women´s issues or related to equity goals. So after lots of discussions in plenary sessions, learning about gender issues and gender policies, and active group work, participants do want to show, through concrete examples, what they have learned about this tool. And this is where creativity plays a crucial role.