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The Million Meal Challenge made a difference for children and families in Haiti, India, Jamaica, the Philippines, and Tanzania. Maddie and I attended the ASAE Summit Awards Dinner a few days ago. It’s a beautiful event held annually in Washington, DC. We had drinks, wine and a three-course dinner. Associations feed the world. Nothing.

International Human Rights Day 2011

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Our Martus team trained two new partners focused on rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people : Jamaica Forum for Lesbians, All-Sexuals and Gays , or J-FLAG and AIDS-Free World. 2011 has been an amazing year for human rights defenders. and the European Union. All HRP’s publications are available online.

NetCentric Advocacy: MIT OpenCourseWare | OCW Home

Network-Centric Advocacy

Who wants to go to West Indies, Mexico, Jamaica and open a University? Who wants to go to West Indies, Mexico, Jamaica and open a University? NetCentric Advocacy Advocacy Strategy for the Age of Connectivity. » February 20, 2006 MIT OpenCourseWare | OCW Home So. Yep.lets offshore education. in a nice warm location. del.icio.us/networks

iLaw: Cyber Strategy for a Developing Nation

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In 1998, during the embryonic stages of the project, this focus turned to a concept called "Reverence for Life," a non-demonational philsophy of self-development which had taken root in Jamaica's prisons. He imagines a Jamaica ten years in 2008, ten years after the initial discussions about this project began. " Oh no.

Boston Media Makers Media

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The meetings take place the first Sunday of the month in Jamaica Plain. Photo by David Tames from his flickr stream. He noted that Blip.TV

Jewish Television Network Delivers Online Religious Service

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From the sunny island of Jamaica in the Caribbean. Once again the Jewish Television Network let people remotely watch Kol Nidre (Jewish High Holiday) service from their home via live webcast. And, for the second year in a row it was a hit. You can read more about this at the Jewish Television Network’s website. September, 2009. Karen.