Women Ingenuity is Powering Solutions for the Digital Divide

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There are digital literacy trainings for women springing up in Bangladesh, Internet cafés for women opening doors in Argentina, and women leaders in Kenya prototyping mobile apps that send out alerts if a woman’s safety is threatened.

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SocialFish

From We Are Social Singapore. This report presents all the key statistics, data and behavioural indicators for social, digital and mobile channels around the world.

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#IFC2014 International Fundraising Congress: Inspire, Connect, Transform

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The Plenary content was a creative jigsaw puzzle, a creative collaboration curated by Derek Humphries and hosted by Marcelo Iniarra , from Argentina. Source: Pamela Sutton-Legaud.

Latest global social, digital, mobile data for ya

AFP Blog

Alongside regional pictures that capture the stats for every nation on Earth, we also present in-depth analyses for 24 of the world’s largest economies: Argentina, Australia, Brazile, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Nigeria, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, Thailand, the UAE, the UK, and the USA.

Igniting Your Passion

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His one for one business model concept grew out of a day of volunteer work while on vacation in Argentina. Blake poignantly said it wasn’t the day that he came up with the concept of TOMS shoes that changed his life, it was the day he distributed his first donation of TOMS Shoes to children in Argentina. Author: Lynn Howes. For me, the first day of the AFP conference was about igniting passion.

The Great Good Place Book Discussion Part 6: Museum 2.5 by Elaine Heumann Gurian

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iii] “One Meter Square” in Sacco, Graciella, M2 , Museo Castagnino + MACRO, Rosario, Argentina, 2009. [iv] This is a bonus installment of a book discussion about Ray Oldenburg’s book The Great Good Place. Every Tuesday in June, this blog featured a guest post examining some aspect of the book.

An Interview with Lorene Straka, Joanna Eng, and Mari Velasco from the Idealist

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When I joined, we were a staff of three, and we're now at 55 in two countries: the US and Argentina. An interview Mari Velasco, Lorene Staka, and Joanna Eng of the Idealist Photos in flickr The Idealist , a project of Action Without Borders ,connects people, organizations, and resources to help build a better world. If you want to get involved in social change issues or work with nonprofits anyplace on the globe, the Idealist is one of the first desinations on the web you should visit.

An Interview with Silvia Tolisano of Langwitches Blog

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I grew up in Buenos Aires Argentina with a German/Argentinean father and a German mother. Silvia Tolisano, Langwitches Blog Tell me about your background? In addition to going to a bilingual and bicultural school, I was already set on the path of understanding that there are always multiple sides to a story, perspectives, opinions, ways to express yourself, etc. While I was in college, I moved to the United States, got married and had three daughters.

Screencast Treatment: Web Analytics As Simple Gifts To Measure Mission

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One of my colleagues in Argentina has started to use it for Idealistas.org and she's inspired me to take another look at it and set up some goals of my own. Young Einstein. I have been knee deep researching and thinking about Web Analytics in general and Google Analytics in particular for a third screencast in a series I'm doing for NTEN. The other two included my tagging and widgets screencasts).

The Global Fund for Women: An Interview with Kavita Ramdas

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And yes, it may mean that a group in Argentina, that is certainly deserving by our basic standards, may not get a grant this year, so that we can support very worthwhile and important requests from a group that has even less access to resources in Haiti.