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EU, travel and privacy event - Czech style

Prague, CR

Well, here i am in prague – sitting in a room in kaca and marek’s flat after a

Non-profits take to Drupal... increasingly and intensely

GOA, INDIA 4 August 2006 (FN for APCNews)

When Partha Sarkar of APC-member BytesForAll decided to turn the South Asian volunteer-driven network he co-founded into an even more participative affair, he opted for Drupal. And Sarkar and company are not alone. Other members of the APC network are also finding Drupal is a convenient tool for setting up and activating online communities.

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BETINHO PRIZE: The voices of women and communities through radio telecentres

TOULOUSE, FRANCE 4 August 2006 (AL for APCNews)

First it was radio, then the internet. First women’s organisations, then the community. The story of CEMINA, a Brazilian communication and gender organisation, is one of growth, change and openness. Its radio telecentre work captivated the APC Betinho Prize jury in 2005.

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Redefining local and global working spaces

TOULOUSE, FRANCE 3 August 2006 (AL for APCNews)

Uruguayan civil society has insisted on showing its successive governments that information and communication technology (ICT) related policies are a key issue in the country’s development that goes beyond expanding the software industry.

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APC-endorsed statement on war: For an immediate and unconditional cease-fire

3 August 2006
JERUSALEM 3 August 2006 () -

International appeal

Linking technology to the interests of citizens

QUITO. Ecuador

Dafne Plou, from APC Women’s Networking Support Programme, is blogging live from WALC 2006. WALC 2006 is a yearly workshop organised by APC member EsLaRed, that focuses on networking in Latin America and the Caribbean. After the technical sessions of the workshop which took place the 24th-29th of July in Quito, Ecuador, APC organised a Forum on Internet and Society. In this post, Dafne shares her impressions on the panel on e-government and citizen participation: “Convincing citizens of the efficiency of e-government is not easy,” she begins in her the blog.

From here to where? APC meet zooms in on FOSS in South Asia

DHAKA, BANGLADESH 1 August 2006 (FN for APCNews)

From here to where? And how? APC’s April Bangladesh consultation on communication policy, which brought in diverse people from across South Asia, helped to connect ideas that nudge forward ideals of freedom-in-computing in this populous part of the planet. One of the sessions that participants themselves felt the need to look at, are the critical issues facing free and open source software.

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Latin Mosaic

SAO PAULO, BRAZIL 31 July 2006 (Luísa Gockel)

With the objective of producing and disseminating relevant content on the Latin American reality from civil society’s perspective, Rits, in partnership with another eight South American organisations, launched the Social Mosaic information portal on July 5.

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A UN charter for digital identity ?

BERLIN, Germany

Hi everyone, Karen Banks sent me this article last week and I forgot to post it. It’s written by Jerry Fishenden and was posted on his blog (ntouk.com) on July 4, 2006. Talking about his attendance at the APC organised event at the London School of Economics in early July, he says: “I was invited to speak on a panel talking about the importance of privacy and security issues.”

Asia’s doors open only very slightly to community radio

DHAKA, BANGLADESH 28 July 2006 (APCNews)

AMARC Asia-Pacific is part of an international non-governmental organisation serving the community radio movement, with almost 3,000 members and associates in 110 countries. APCNews met with Suman Basnet earlier this year. The AMARC Asia-Pacific’s regional coordinator talks about his organisation and provides an poignant overview the challenges faced by community radio stations in Asia and the Pacific region.

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