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Considerations and methods for bypassing internet censorship
The Citizen Lab 2007
More than 25 countries currently engage in internet censorship practices such as blocking access to human rights organisations, news, blogs and web services that are seen to challenge the status quo or are deemed to be threatening&nbs...
Effective e-advocacy
A. Chandler; G. Johnson (ed) / PolicyLink 2007
For more than a decade the Internet has helped to gradually reshape the American political environment. This manual offers a guide to using technology techniques to engage in advocacy and promote the quality of life and access to oppo...
Benefits and drawbacks of publishing online
S. Morris / International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications 2005
Electronic publishing has six key advantages over print - its international reach, speed of publications, additional capabilities, lower cost, new publishing opportunities and sustainability. This primer discusses the efforts, expense...
Advice on using video in advocacy work
G. Caldwell / Witness 2005
Video is increasingly recognised as a powerful advocacy tool for organisations campaigning for human rights and social justice. This introductory chapter provides practical advice on how organisations or individuals can integrate vide...
Using video footage as evidence
S. Pillay / Witness 2005
This chapter offers guidance on using video as evidence, in judicial or quasi-judicial bodies, or before advisory bodies and commissions. It discusses how to think through the filming, editing, and submission of video for evidence and...
Advice on the use of storytelling for advocacy video
K. Cizek / Witness 2005
This chapter discusses how storytelling can be used as a tool for advocacy video and offers practical advice on how to tell stories in advocacy contexts. It explores and what different story models can be used and discusses the import...
Central America: reporting social issues in a compelling, vivid and accurate way
R. Desouza; L. Colson; J. Fricas / Population Reference Bureau 2007
This document serves as a guide to assist journalists reporting on health, population and the environment in Central America. In particular, it focuses on how one can disentangle these issues to present a compellingly vivid and accura...
How can young people work towards the MDGs?
C. Seeto / Youth for a Sustainable Future Pacifica 2006
This toolkit is aimed at young people in the Pacific region who are intersted in the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) and in taking practical action to support them within their communities. All information is presented in si...
Improving information flows between various development actors
B. Ramalingam / Research and Policy in Development, ODI 2006
This guide aims to facilitate the sharing of relevant and contextual knowledge amongst personnel in both the developed and developing worlds, so to improve the effectiveness of development and humanitarian work. This includes donor ag...
Ways for civil society organisations to engage with the media
Pact Tanzania 2006
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) need to share information on their different advocacy issues in order to bring about change. The aim of this guide is to provide knowledge and skills to enable CSOs and interested individuals to prom...
Items 1 to 10 of 42

Items 1 to 10 of 42

Considerations and methods for bypassing internet censorship
The Citizen Lab 2007
More than 25 countries currently engage in internet censorship practices such as blocking access to human rights organisations, news, blogs and web services that are seen to challenge the status quo or are deemed to be threatening&nbs...
Effective e-advocacy
A. Chandler; G. Johnson (ed) / PolicyLink 2007
For more than a decade the Internet has helped to gradually reshape the American political environment. This manual offers a guide to using technology techniques to engage in advocacy and promote the quality of life and access to oppo...
Benefits and drawbacks of publishing online
S. Morris / International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications 2005
Electronic publishing has six key advantages over print - its international reach, speed of publications, additional capabilities, lower cost, new publishing opportunities and sustainability. This primer discusses the efforts, expense...
Advice on using video in advocacy work
G. Caldwell / Witness 2005
Video is increasingly recognised as a powerful advocacy tool for organisations campaigning for human rights and social justice. This introductory chapter provides practical advice on how organisations or individuals can integrate vide...
Using video footage as evidence
S. Pillay / Witness 2005
This chapter offers guidance on using video as evidence, in judicial or quasi-judicial bodies, or before advisory bodies and commissions. It discusses how to think through the filming, editing, and submission of video for evidence and...
Advice on the use of storytelling for advocacy video
K. Cizek / Witness 2005
This chapter discusses how storytelling can be used as a tool for advocacy video and offers practical advice on how to tell stories in advocacy contexts. It explores and what different story models can be used and discusses the import...
Central America: reporting social issues in a compelling, vivid and accurate way
R. Desouza; L. Colson; J. Fricas / Population Reference Bureau 2007
This document serves as a guide to assist journalists reporting on health, population and the environment in Central America. In particular, it focuses on how one can disentangle these issues to present a compellingly vivid and accura...
How can young people work towards the MDGs?
C. Seeto / Youth for a Sustainable Future Pacifica 2006
This toolkit is aimed at young people in the Pacific region who are intersted in the Millenium Development Goals (MDGs) and in taking practical action to support them within their communities. All information is presented in si...
Improving information flows between various development actors
B. Ramalingam / Research and Policy in Development, ODI 2006
This guide aims to facilitate the sharing of relevant and contextual knowledge amongst personnel in both the developed and developing worlds, so to improve the effectiveness of development and humanitarian work. This includes donor ag...
Ways for civil society organisations to engage with the media
Pact Tanzania 2006
Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) need to share information on their different advocacy issues in order to bring about change. The aim of this guide is to provide knowledge and skills to enable CSOs and interested individuals to prom...
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