Nancy Jo Craig’s Lifetime Achievement Award In Nonprofit Computer Refurbishment

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Each year the International Computer Refurbishers Summit awards a lifetime achievement award. This year the award went to Nancy Jo Craig who runs the nonprofit Capital Area Corporate Recycling Council (CACRC) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. After she co-founded the Foundation For Friends of Nature in Bolivia, a million acres of natural habitat were put in to public trust.

Bringing Women a Global Voice: Jensine Larsen, World Pulse

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I actually started out with International Studies, and more academic. A woman journalist from Sudan had her story about the flogging of a woman who was wearing pants get picked up, and it made international headlines. If someone is in there own community and wants to do a training for journalists within their community, whether it's internationally or here, what advice do you have for them? They're coming from Nepal, the Philippines, and Bolivia.

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Women's Global Green Action Network: An Interview with Melinda Kramer

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From her Berkeley-based office, Melinda Kramer facilitates an international network of women leaders. Melinda Kramer: Women's Global Green Action Network is an international organization that is linking and empowering women working in environmental sustainability around the world. So our first exchange that we did with Global Exchange was called "Transformative Advocacy in Bolivia."

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The Global Fund for Women: An Interview with Kavita Ramdas

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She has been the recipient of many awards, including Fast Company's 2007 Social Capitalist Award, and the League of Women Voters' Women Who Could Be President Award. I think it's worth it (: Kavita Ramdas: The Global Fund for Women is the largest independent, publicly supported grant-making foundation to advance women's human rights internationally. I think feminists in the United States have always had a strong sense of international solidarity.

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