Our NetSquared Wellington meet-up on 14 June 2015 came in two parts: a framework for refining your organisation’s web presence from Bill Dashfield and a real-life example from Helen Brasting, from Film for Change Aotearoa.
Delivering value online: The What? Why? And So what? of your web presence
Our next SeaTech4Good Meetup will be on Thursday, June 30th, at General Assembly in Seattle. We have assembled a panel of experts to discuss the tech tools that local nonprofits use to schedule and coordinate volunteers. They include: Molly Jordan of Bloodworks Northwest, Jenn Romo of Real Change, and Becky Birch of the Eastside Assistance League.
Over the last few days, we have witnessed the power and strength of our community. We couldn't be more proud of how Orlando is giving back to support one of the most horrific attacks.
In response, the #OrlandoGives team has created a central place for anyone and everyone to find how they can give back and support the victims and their families as well as other supporters. These organizations need your help now and everyday throughout the year.
Jaką rolę odgrywają nowe media w toczącej się właśnie kampanii w Stanach Zjednoczonych, a także o tym jak wykorzystuje je w swoich działaniach Kreml. Naszymi gośćmi są Paulina Kozłowska - dziennikarka (m.in w 300polityka) i specjalistka od komunikacji zajmująca się i social media, i kulturą amerykańską, a także Masza Makarowa i Katarzyna Chimiak - aktywistki ze Stowrzyszenia "Za Wolną Rosję"
My community sees NetSquared as a new initiative preceding the shortage of information and inadequate access on ICT tools to local people. This scenario pushes some individuals from areas like Kihonda,Mazimbu, Chamwino and Nanenane to use transport or sometimes to walk on foot finding the ICT centers at the midtown due to fact that there are only two centers that are located in Morogoro urban.