10NTC: Are Nonprofits the New International Correspondents?

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TechSoup's Carlos Bergfeld was there too, as well as TechSoup forum host Robert Weiner. We chatted about the sad decline in international newspaper correspondents , but Roger suggested that this downturn could open new possibilities for nonprofits.

Fighting for Civic Transparency with Technology in the Western Balkans

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The goal was to find the best web or mobile ideas for social projects in Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia. And the Winners Are… After a few weeks of coding, sourcing ideas, and testing public interest, the projects were again open to the public for voting. Three project winners were chosen from each country: From Bosnia and Herzegovina: Centar 72 aims to solve community problems within 72 hours.

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The Future of Fundraising, Part Two

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TechSoup hosted its first ever Nonprofits Live. Surprisingly, 35 percent of respondents to a Nielsen study indicate being open to making online payments on their smartphones. which means "enough," began online and moved offline to solidify a movement to create a better Bosnia and Herzegovina. on the Future of Fundraising back in 2011. The episode examined some of the ways technology and social media can be harnessed to support causes.

Hackathons for Good: Techies, Thinkers, and Activists Unite

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Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) is a global-wide community of hackers and social leaders with the common goal of building open technology for a better world. Here are even more hackathon resources from TechSoup and beyond: Want to host your own hackathon? Serbia) in partnership with TechSoup Global and Zasto ne (Bosnia and Herzegovina).