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BlueLink's Balkans partnership initiative included in a United Nations online clearinghouse on environment

SOFIA, BULGARIA 30 July 2004

An environmental portal that pools information from eight different environmental partners in the Balkans has become part of a United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) clearinghouse which showcases good practices. The UN initiative is expected to make implementation of the 1998 Aarhus Convention which aims at improving access to information and public participation in decision-making regarding environmental matters more effective.

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Letsatsi - "helping you grow with ICTs"

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA 30 July 2004 (SANGONeT)

"Letsati" is a Setswana word meaning sun. This new discussion forum series, offered by APC member SANGONeT, aims to demonstrate the practical benefits of technology to the South African non-profit sector.

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African citizens in the information society - a new publication from ENDA

DAKAR, SENEGAL 30 July 2004

This advocacy document produced by APC member in Senegal, ENDA, presents the major issues faced by African countries in relation to their inclusion in the information society, as perceived by women. It’s a tool for public, private and civil society stakeholders and decision-makers for integrating gender into ICT policies to contribute to a fair, plural and inclusive African information society. The foreword is written by APC.

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After nine years at the helm of the Women's Programme, Karen Banks moves into advocacy for APC full-time

MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY 30 July 2004 (APCNews)

A major change for APC programmes occurred in July. Karen Banks has moved over to become APC’s Networking and Advocacy Coordinator and her former role of manager of the APC women’s programme (APC WNSP) will be taken on by well-known Philippine gender and technology advocate, Chat Garcia Ramilo.

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ICT policy set to change – Minister of Information and Communication backs change for the better

27 July 2004
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Kenya’s new Minister of Information and Communication, Hon.

ICT policy set to change – Minister of Information and Communication backs change for the better

NAIROBI, KENYA 27 July 2004 (APCNews)

Kenya’s new Minister of Information and Communication, Hon. Raphael Tuju, has announced his support for the liberalisation and advancement of ICT policy in Kenya following a week-long ICT policy advocacy workshop in Nairobi organised by APC. The multi-stakeholder workshop – which ran from 19-23 July – brought together some of the most influential ICT policy stakeholders from civil society organisations, the private sector and the media from nine African countries.

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APC at the Americas Social Forum in Quito

QUITO, ECUADOR 26 July 2004 (APCNews)

The Americas Social Forum 2004 takes place in Quito, Ecuador July 25-30. APC is at the event offering a workshop on ICT policies and gender, as a joint initiative of the LAC ICT Policy Monitor and the Latin American network of the APC Women’s Programme (WNSP), with the support of APC member in Ecuador, INTERCOM.

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Rural Africa Yearning for Internet, Connectivity

NAIROBI, KENYA 26 July 2004

In a few years, an old woman in rural Africa should be able, if all goes according to plan, to connect to the net and communicate with her children in the city. This is what an information and communications technology (ICT) workshop held in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, by APC is seeking to explore.

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Civil society ICT policy portals: How the ten websites in ten different countries were developed simultaneously

MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY 20 July 2004 (APCNews)

APC’s Anna Feldman explains the process behind the challenge to set up ten information portals around the world in under six months in a team effort where everyone involved collaborated entirely online.

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