APCNews – May 13 2010 – Year XI Issue 120
The news service on ICTs for social justice and sustainable development
APC, the world’s longest-running network, celebrates our 20th anniversary in May 2010.
- APC job title
- Communications Associate
- Programmes/management systems
- Thea is a communications and campaigns specialist with experience across the not for profit sector, social enterprise and business. She has five years experience at the international development agency Christian Aid, where she was responsible for managing the organisation's e-campaigning. Her work there covered climate change and economic justice issues.
APC, the world’s longest-running network, celebrates our 20th anniversary in May 2010. Twenty years networking online for social justice and sustainable development. Send your message and memories (you must be logged in to send a message, you can also comment on other posts). Share old photos and videos with us (you can tag them “APC” and don’t forget to add descriptions so we know who’s in the picture). And thank you for helping make APC what it is today!
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.
The purpose of the governance manual is to guide APC’s governance processes in accordance with the bylaws and APC’s organisational practice. It is intended to help and support the council and board of directors acting on behalf of the organisation of their duties, responsibilities, and the various legislative and regulatory conditions which govern their conduct.
APC’s eight person board meets periodically face to face although mainly online. This will be the first meeting of 2010.
This came into us from our long time partners, international non-profit news agency IPS:
Fifteen years after the Beijing World Conference on Women, IPS remains
committed to in-depth reporting on progress achieved and challenges
facing women and girls.