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The following conference reports aim to distill the results of conferences involving volunteers.

We found thirty matches.

Workshop on Volunteer Computing in Asia

Workshop on Volunteer Computing in Asia
Apr 2009.

Taipei, 16 and 17 April 2009
On 16 and 17 April 2009, some 40 participants are taking part in a Workshop on Volunteer Computing at Academia Sinica in Taipei. More...
GK3: Fostering Partnership

GK3: Fostering Partnership
V. Krebs, traducción al español R. Gomez. Dec 2007.

Close to 1800 global visionaries, innovators, practitioners and policy makers, all geared to sharing knowledge and building partnerships. More...

Volunteerism in the Digital Age
Dec 2007.

GK3, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 12 December 2007
Event: Parallel Panel session 3, Date/Time/Venue: Wednesday, 12 December 2007, 14. More...
Global Forum on Youth and ICT4D

Global Forum on Youth and ICT4D
Sep 2007.

Youth and ICT as Agents of Change
You can use many different terms to describe them: virtual volunteers, e-volunteers, on line volunteers, cyber-activists, etc. More...
ICTs for Africa

ICTs for Africa
Sep 2007.

Education, Research and Volunteerism applied to Agriculture and Health
Educational and humanitarian projects in Africa can greatly benefit from good and meaningful use of information and communications technologies (ICTs). More...
Workshop Report of the AIMS workshop on Volunteer Computing for Africa

Workshop Report of the AIMS workshop on Volunteer Computing for Africa
By Jim Rudolf, version française Sophie Colesse. Jul 2007.

The view of a programmer/volunteer
The AIMS Workshop on Volunteer Computing took place from 16 to 22 July 2007 at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Muizenberg, South Africa (a suburb of Cape Town). More...

Report: WSIS Volunteer Family Nigeria
Dr Rose Ekeleme (IAVE), Oyebisi.B.Oluseyi (NNNGO). Nov 2005.

The WSIS Volunteer family in Nigeria’s activities dates back to the extended process of involvement by the Volunteer Family at the Bamako Regional Conference in May 2002, which has led us, as a Volunteer Family, to work with other volunteer families in other countries of the world involved in the WSIS process to create a Volunteering Action Plan identifying a range of priorities to be implemented between now and Tunis 2005. More...

Rapport national du Mali (Partie 1): Volontariat, Jeunesse et Société de l'Information
Mohamed El Moctar Mahamar, ICVolontaires-Mali. Aug 2005.

Rapport préparé pour la Famille des Volontaires du Sommet Mondial sur la Société de l'Information
Sur l’initiative de la Famille des volontaires et du caucus des jeunes du Sommet mondial sur la Société de l’Information, s’est tenu, le jeudi 24 Mars 2005 à l’AGETIC, un atelier national sur le thème « Volontariat, Jeunesse et Société de l’information ». More...

Rapport national du Mali (Partie 2): Volontariat, Jeunesse et Société de l'Information
Mohamed El Moctar Mahamar, ICVolontaires-Mali. Aug 2005.

Rapport préparé pour la Famille des Volontaires du Sommet Mondial sur la Société de l'Information
Au lendemain des conférences nationales africaines des années 90, la plupart des Etats ont élaboré des constitutions ou la démocratie multipartiste et la décentralisation ont été clairement exprimées. More...

Rapport national du Mali (Partie 3): Volontariat, Jeunesse et Société de l'Information
Mohamed El Moctar Mahamar, ICVolontaires-Mali. Aug 2005.

Rapport préparé pour la Famille des Volontaires du Sommet Mondial sur la Société de l'Information
7.1 Concept: En vue du développement des compétences et de la promotion de l'entreprenariat More...

Lier la recherche sur les technologies de l'information et de la communication (TIC) au développement
Azur Développement, EPIC, ICVolontaires. May 2005.

Brazzaville, République du Congo
L'Association AZUR Développement est une organisation non gouvernementale et apolitique, à but non lucratif qui a été reconnue légalement au Congo en mars 2003. More...

Rapport de l’atelier des jeunes femmes: Leadership, Volontariat & Non Violence
Azur Développement. Aug 2004.

Brazzaville, République du Congo
L’Association AZUR Développement est une organisation non gouvernementale et apolitique nationale, à but non lucratif qui compte plus de 30 membres, a été reconnue légalement au Congo en mars 2003. More...
Volunteer Family Report, phase 1

Volunteer Family Report, phase 1
Dec 2003.

World Summit on the Information Society
Volunteering is one of the clearest expressions of solidarity in action. More...
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Report (Part 1): Conference on Volunteering and ICTs
ICVolunteers.org. Dec 2003.

Geneva, Switzerland, 7 to 8 December 2003
Date: 7 December 2003, 9 to 9h30Moderator: Viola Krebs of ICVolunteers and Focal Point of the WSIS Volunteer FamilyReporters: Laila Petrone, Cornelia RauchbergerSpeakers: Liz Burns, IAVE, Alain Clerc, Civil society division of the WSIS. More...

Report (Part 2): Conference on Volunteering and ICTs
ICVolunteers.org. Dec 2003.

Geneva, Switzerland, 7 to 8 December 2003
Date: 7 December 2003, 13h45 to 14h30Moderator: Viola Krebs, ICVolunteers and Focal Point of the WSIS Volunteer FamilyReporters: Randy SchmiederSpeakers:. More...

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