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Juan Salazar <[log in to unmask]>
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Juan Salazar <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 20 Nov 2008 06:37:18 +1100
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Hello Tanya and thanks

Coincidentally (or  not) the links to Tach tech have been on the OURMedia
website for some weeks now. The same with Sascha's recommendations. Please
feel free to upload the website or the wiki. In the site you can create
content very easily (stories for the main page, articles or your blog entry)
and the wiki also has a very straightforward procedure.


On 19/11/08 3:19 AM, "Tanya Notley" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hello friends,
> Last weekend I attended a seminar at the University of London on 'Community
> and Communication'. One presentation really impressed me, so I thought to
> share some details about it. The presentation was by Marek Tuszynski who
> introduced us to the impressive work of the Tactical Technology Collective.
> Tactical Tech is an international NGO helping human rights advocates use
> information, communications and digital technologies to maximise the impact of
> their advocacy work. They provide advocates with guides, tools, training and
> consultancy to help them develop the skills and tactics they need to increase
> the impact of their campaigning.
> Some of you may already be familiar with the work of Tactical technology
> collective and indeed they may even be on this list? For those who are not
> familiar, their guides and tools are really quite fantastic and I highly
> recommend that activists and human rights organisations looking to use
> technology for advocacy and social change check out their work. Unfortunately
> I think all their work on their website may be in English though I know all of
> their tools are produced in local languages.
> Website: http://www.tacticaltech.org/
> Cheers,
> Tanya 
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