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APC member Ungana-Afrika wins 2005 Dirk Award

GOA, INDIA 17 September 2005 (APCNews)

APC member Ungana-Afrika has won this year’s Dirk Award, given annually to circuit or eRiders making an extraordinary contribution. eRiders are ICT capacity-builders for development organizations, and work in a movement which spans over 20 countries.

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Tips and tricks for non-profits; get the most of the internet

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 16 September 2005 (IGC.org)

Want to develop a quick Web campaign? Are you a conservation activist that needs technology assistance? Any tricks for non-profits to make the most of the Internet? Can non-governmental organisations benefit if they have a better idea of consultants around? For this, and more, information check out the Institute for Global Communications (IGC) online resources put out as part of their "commitment to helping nonprofits working on advocacy campaigns get the most out of the internet today".

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TRIBUTE TO OUR FRIEND, COUNCIL AND BOARD MEMBER, CHRIS NICOL

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA 31 August 2005 (APCNews)

On Monday 29 August 2005 the APC network lost someone who was a colleague, a leader and a friend. Chris Nicol, member of the APC council and also of the APC executive board, died in Barcelona after more than a year of struggling against cancer. For much of the time during this battle Chris was winning, continuing to work, travel and network when the difficult cycle of surgery and treatment left him with any spare time.

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CHRIS NICOL - SJEĆANJE NA PRIJATELJA, ČLANA SAVJETA I IZVRŠNOG ODBORA APC-a

SOUTH AFRICA 31 August 2005 (APCNews)

U ponedjeljak 29. kolovoza 2005., mi u APC mreži izgubili smo osobu koja je bila kolega, aktivist i prijatelj. Chris Nicol, član APC Savjeta kao i APC izvršnog odbora, preminuo je u Barceloni nakon što se više od godinu dana borio s rakom. Većinu tog vremena Chris je pobjeđivao, nastavljao raditi, putovati i povezivati se s ljudima kad god je imao vremena s obzirom na težak proces operacija i liječenja.

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APC members from four continents to join Tunis conference

GOA, INDIA 21 August 2005 (APCNews)

APC, the network of civil society organisations pushing for a pro-people thrust to the internet and ICTs (information and communication technologies), is gearing up for participation in the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). This UN-sponsored conference about information and communication gets underway later this year.

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Wireless talks development, that too in Spanish: www.wilac.net

MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY 28 July 2005 (WiLAC.net)

Wireless Technologies for Development has just got a new focus online — and that too in the planet’s third most widely spoken language, Spanish — with the launch of an information portal, WiLAC, that focuses exclusively on this theme. It is designed to support individuals, organisations, municipalities and businesses currently implementing community wireless connectivity projects, or those about to launch on this road.

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From pioneering data networks to 'WSIS Papers": ITeM in Uruguay

URUGUAY 27 July 2005 (Pablo Accuosto)

APC’s member in Uruguay ITeM has been participating in the World Summit on the Information Society through its WSISPapers project it has developed. This project grew from the realization that in WSIS’s first phase, many Southern government delegates faced severe roadblocks in negotiating effectively. They found grappling with certain information and communication technology issues a puzzle, largely due to the lack of specific information resources to support their positions. The WSISPapers project is supported by IDRC’s research initiative PanAmericas.

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"Modern information technology should guarantee there's no harmful impact on users"

SOFIA, BULGARIA 19 July 2005 (BlueLink)

Convincing business and government to ensure that modern information and communication technologies (ICTs) have no harmful impacts on their users is proving to be a difficult job. Besides, in the global village, non-uniform standards and a lack of compatibility among various systems are blocking people and technologies from communicating freely and working effectively.

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Cambodia gets a Community Information Center web portal

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA 12 July 2005 (Open Forum of Cambodia)

Cambodia’s Community Information Center web portal — www.cambodiacic.org — is currently the only large web portal available in the Khmer language. Content is fed daily to this web portal, with an average of 15 articles coming in from media and non-media news sources.

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Computer Aid International launches new East Africa office

GOA, INDIA 12 July 2005 (APCNews)

After providing over 50,000 high quality refurbished computers, the UK not-for-profit Computer Aid International has now put down roots by opening a permanent office in Nairobi. Computer Aid International is a member of the APC.

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