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eINDIA 2010 awards - nominations now open online

CALGARY

eINDIA 2010 award nominations are now open online. Nominations are being accepted from individual participants, government organisations, NGOs, private institutions and enterprises, who have transformed a development opportunity into a sustainable enterprise through innovative use of ICTs.

Please visit the eINDIA Awards website to learn more.

Does social networking make sense for government institutes?

Mexico

Doing a search for women´s institutes in Mexico yields few results – even though all women´s institutes are required by law to have websites. Mexico´s 2002 transparency law was heralded as key to ending corruption, a vindication of citizens’ right to know.

Joomla – a community of web builders!

singapore

Joomla means in Swahili (Urdu) “all together” and to a certain extend they have been living up their name of being a system that is end-user friendly, developer friendly and also takes care of the design of your website and the way a content management system should work.
Designers will choose Joomla because of the amazing capabilities that its engine has in making websites look fantastic.

Bangladesh: How and Where is Bangladesh Telecenter Network (BTN) funded by donor Agencies

Dhaka

Two years back I wrote two articles on telecentre movement, Birth of BTN and Trend & Trade of Telecenre Movement, where I showed wrong way and fallacy of ICT4D. The both articles were appreciated not only in Bangladesh, even I got kind responses from British, French and American ICT thinkers.

How ICTs Are Changing the Way We Live - The eLearning Africa 2010 Photo Competition

How ICTs Are Changing the Way We Live – The eLearning Africa 2010 Photo
Competition
http://bit.ly/dhusSR

We wanted to know how mobile phones, the Internet, computers and the
audiovisual media have changed (your) life in Africa. More than 100 images
were submitted to the competition.

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE NOW at
http://www.elearning-africa.com/picturevoting_home.php [1]

Promising scholars receive award to research the impact of public access to ICT

Ottawa, Canada

Amy MahanAmy Mahan
For twelve emerging scholars from developing countries around the world, their research ideas in the area of ICT for development have just been made reality.

AMARC Asia Pacific Welcomes Approval of Community Radio Licenses in Bangladesh

Dhaka

Kathmandu, April 27, 2010. Asia Pacific Region of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters, AMARC-Asia Pacific has welcomed the recent decision of the Government of Bangladesh to approve 12 community radio licenses. This is the first time in the history of Bangladesh that community radio licenses have been approved.

FOSSFA to launch The African FOSS Reporter Award

Africa

FOSSFA has issued the African FOSS Reporter Award Competition 2010. The award aims to highlight the impact of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) on the development of Africa and search enthusiastic writers/journalists who want to demonstrate their journalistic abilities by examining these issues.

10 tactics videos on informationactivism.org

Johannesburg, South Africa

10 tactics is a package of videos and information cards explaining tactics when planning an implementing an information campaign.

A set of basics cards explain the basics of information activism and provide ideas on campaign strategy and access to information etc. which can be useful in any of the ten tactics that are covered.

Networking Networks: Looking back to look ahead

Montreal, Canada

Lots going on with the network of networks for a free and open internet project. First and foremost, apologies for the silence. At first it didn’t seem like there was too much to write about, and then it seemed like there was too much to write about.

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