The Global Fund for Women: An Interview with Kavita Ramdas

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Kavita Ramdas, President and CEO, Global Fund for Women. Kavita Ramdas is the President and CEO of the nonprofit, the Global Fund for Women. Therefore, we are the only foundation I know of that will accept requests in any language, and in any format.

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My remarks just made at WIPO today

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

We now have global permissions for around 8,000 copyrighted books out of our 70,000. • o We’d love to serve the community of people with print disabilities in your country, with English and Spanish today and we hope your national languages in the future o We’re planning on launching an Arabic language service later this year • As wonderful as these permissions are, several years of work has led to less than 100 publishers making these agreements.

Accessibility Excitement in Geneva

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This is totally the “how sausage and law are made” view, so don’t read this unless you want to know more about global accessibility in detail! Developing countries like Kenya and Ghana, which are starting to make good progress on these efforts, aren’t in the LDC category.

Upcoming Nonprofits Live: Storytelling and Collaborative Video

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We'll discuss best practices, platforms, cloud services and filesharing, how to edit together when you're not in the same place, and how to agree on ways to tell your story when you may not be speaking the same language. questions surrounding globalization and social justice.

Participation in Storytelling: Collaborative Video on Nonprofits Live

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We'll discuss best practices, platforms, cloud services and filesharing, how to edit together when you're not in the same place and how to agree on ways to tell your story when you may not be speaking the same language. David Evan Harris - Global Lives.

Joitske Hulsebosch: Blogs, NGOs, and Developing Countries

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The tools can be useful for in-country connections, in local languages, or north-south connections. In Ghana people are interested in knowing about new tools, because they need to stay in touch with what???s An offline newsletter or meeting is very important in Ghana for instance for reaching people as they don???t in Ghana here and a story about the use of a wiki in Zambia by my colleague Saskia here.

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Using Photography to Change the World: An Interview with Paola Gianturco

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She is donating 100 percent of the royalties from the book to the Global Fund for Women. BB: Can you talk a little bit about the relationship between the Global Fund for Women and this book? PG: I want to talk a little bit about the Global Fund for Women.