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Online Power for Volunteer Action
Susan J. Ellis, President, Energize, Inc.. Dec 2003.

One of the unique characteristics of volunteers has always been that they are private citizens and, as such, can cross official jurisdiction boundaries and even national borders in ways that paid representatives of organizations and governments cannot. More...

Capacity Building in the Digital Age through Volunteer Involvement
Susan J. Ellis, President, Energize, Inc.. Dec 2003.

Sometimes it's hard to remember that the first Web site was only introduced in 1991-just think about what has happened in twelve short years! In just over a decade, computers have exploded in capacity, grown smaller in size, and come down in price. More...

Online Volunteer Editors for OneWorld: better late than never?
Bill Gunyon, Project Manager, OneWorld Volunteer Editors. Dec 2003.

Through its network of 12 regional centers, OneWorld supports and facilitates an online community of over 1500 global partner organisations working for human rights and sustainable development. More...

The Spirit of Making Something Out of Nothing: Volunteers and Information Technologies
Sheba Okwenje. Dec 2003.

Contemporary Africa is full of contrasts and contradictions. More...

Action Plan 2003-2005: Volunteering and ICTs
Dec 2003.

Geneva, Decembre 2003
The extended process of involvement by the Volunteer Family dating back to the Bamako Regional Conference in May 2002, has led us, as a Volunteer Family, to create a Volunteering Action Plan identifying a range of priorities to be implemented between now and Tunis 2005. More...

Language on Volunteering in Official WSIS Documents
World Summit on the Informaiton Society. Dec 2003.

While earlier versions of the Declaration of Principles had made mention of volunteers, some disagreement among governments led to the decision of keeping the mention only in the Plan of Action, under the chapter on capacity building:. More...

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...

Report (Part 3): Conference on Volunteering and ICTs
ICVolunteers.org. Dec 2003.

Geneva, Switzerland, 7 to 8 December 2003
Date: 8 December 2003, 9h00 to 10h00Moderator: Diane Trahan, Netcorps CyberjeunesReporters: Topias Issakainen, ICVolunteersSpeakers:. More...

Dakar Declaration on Volunteering & ICTs
Oct 2003.

Dakar, 25 Octobre 2003
We, participants in the International Symposium on Volunteering, representing governments, civil society and the private sector, coming from 25 different countries, met in Dakar (Senegal), from 23 to 25 October 2003. More...
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Report (Part 1): International Symposium on Volunteering and Development of Capacity in the Information Society (ISV 2003)
ICVolunteers.org. Oct 2003.

Dakar, 23 to 25 Octobre 2003
Date: 23 October 2003 Président: S. More...

Report (Part 2): International Symposium on Volunteering and Development of Capacity in the Information Society (ISV 2003)
Oct 2003.

Dakar, 23 to 25 Octobre 2003
Date: 24 October 2003, 9h00 to 17h30 Moderator: Diane Trahan, Director of Netcorps Canada, Canada Reporter: Djibril Ndaw, Direction informatique de l'Etat (Republic of Senegal). More...

Discours d'ouverture de Renate D. Bloem, Présidente de la Conference des ONG ayant des relations consultatives avec les Nations Unies
Renate D. Bloem. Oct 2003.

Symposium international sur le Volontariat et le développement de compétences humaines dans la société de l'information, Dakar, 23 - 25 octobre 2003. More...

Voluntarism: The WOUGNET Experience
Milton Aineruhanga, Program Officer -- WOUGNET. Oct 2003.

Women of Uganda Network (WOUGNET) is a non-governmental organisation established in May 2000 by several women organisations in Uganda to develop the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) among women as tools to share information and address issues collectively. More...
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Creating Opportunities for Poor and Marginalized Groups in the Information Society
Abantu. Oct 2003.

Impressions on the development of the Information Society. More...

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