Bloggers Are Not Journalists – But They Are Abducted, Imprisoned Tortured and Assassinated the Same #HowManyMore

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

Media group Reporters Without Borders rated Bangladesh 146th among 180 countries in a ranking of press freedom last year.” Shares Extract: George Brandis today said that “Bloggers are not Journalists” meaning they don’t need the same protection.

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This complex world is hard.

Chris Corrigan

But, if you found yourself teleported to rural Bangladesh and you now had to make a living as a rice farmer, do you think your current language and skill set would be applicable, if only you applied yourself harder? Just off a call with a potential client today and we were scoping out some of the work that we might do together, with a small organization facing unprecedented change. They are in a place of finally realizing that they are not in control of what is happening to them.

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Freelancer – $25k in Australian social media competition

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Philippines, USA or of course Australia but make sure you capture it all on video. Freelancer are offering $25,000 in prizes for promoting their services to Australians. Great opportunity for someone wanting to “get their social media on&#.

Advocacy Judo vs. Advocacy Weightlifting

Net-Map Toolbox

Whether you are promoting new-born survivial in Nigeria, gay rights in a US church or agricultural policy reform in Bangladesh, you will always encounter people with a lot of influence on the outcome who couldn’t care less about your cause.

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eModeration Station » Mobile learning #1: The big picture

e-Moderation Station

Even the simplest mobile devices such as low-end mobile phones (which are not necessarily Internet enabled) allow access to learning content via SMS, as the BBC Janala project in Bangladesh shows. Subscribe to the comments for this post? Tweet This! Share this on Facebook.

Making sure your research doesn’t sit on the shelf: my recent experience in South Asia

Michelle Laurie

Earlier this year I joined the South Asia Urban Knowledge Hub (K-Hub) made up of research institutes located in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka (one in each country), as their knowledge management specialist. ITN-BUET from Bangladesh working on their influencing strategy.

Making sure your research doesn’t sit on the shelf: my recent experience in South Asia

Michelle Laurie

Earlier this year I joined the South Asia Urban Knowledge Hub (K-Hub) made up of research institutes located in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka (one in each country), as their knowledge management specialist. ITN-BUET from Bangladesh working on their influencing strategy.

Online Educa Berlin 2010 Keynote: Building Networked Learning Environments

SocialTech

Leicester is home to a large Asian community, from East Africa, Gujarat, Punjab, Pakistan and Bangladesh, an African-Caribbean community, as well as residents from Eastern Europe, including Poland and Ukraine, and more recently has seen migration from Turkey and from Somalia, Sierra Leone and Cameroon.

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Linking research to policy – my new project

Michelle Laurie

I will have the opportunity to work with research institutes in Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka (to start) on sustainable development issues in the urban sector.

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Engineers without Fears

You'd be better off looking in Bangladesh than Wall Street. The future is already here - it is just unevenly distributed.- William Gibson I've been pondering Sean & Ellen's discussion around explicit, tacit & latent needs. It tied to some thinking I've been doing around innovation. We expect innovation to come from high-tech research labs because that's where the dollars and the brains are. But that's fundamentally wrong. Innovation comes from where the challenges are.

Technology: Electronic conferencing and gender

Joitske Hulsebosch

The study looks at e-conferences in the field of water supply and sanitation in Kenya, Columbia, Russia, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, India and Ghana. There are gender differences in the use of internet. The potential and use of electronic conferencing: a study of women's involvement in a global context looks at steps that can be taken by e-conference organizers to promote greater participation by women in the south.

whose innovation is it anyway?

Engineers without Fears

And I said something along the lines of "You know that Grameen bank has been doing microfinance in Bangladesh for over 30 years?" So I was talking to a dude at one of Australia's major banks. And he was enthusing about P2P lending (Kiva, Zopa, Prosper). He hadn't. Whilst P2P lending and microfinance are not identical, there are significant similarities. I had a brief Skype conversation this evening with Sriram Reddy from Infoxchange and Engineers Without Borders.

Practical example: Communities of practice at CARE International

Joitske Hulsebosch

The article [link] talks about a pilot to create two CoPs with members from CARE offices in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Sri Lanka. I worked with CARE from 94-97 in Mali, first in Dire, then in Macina, both location at the border of the river Niger.

The complex world is hard.

Chris Corrigan

But, if you found yourself teleported to rural Bangladesh and you now had to make a living as a rice farmer, do you think your current language and skill set would be applicable, if only you applied yourself harder? Just off a call with a potential client today and we were scoping out some of the work that we might do together, with a small organization facing unprecedented change. They are in a place of finally realizing that they are not in control of what is happening to them.

Green Chameleon » Prudence and Courage

Green Chameleon

I spent the week in Dhaka, Bangladesh, working with a client on how to use their knowledge about their customers to improve their customers’ journeys. And to the realisation that Singapore could very well have ended up like Bangladesh – it had its moments in the late 1950s and early 1960s when it could have tipped that way.

How to lobby for a pro-skype policy in your development organization

I collaborate, e-collaborate, we collaborate

Most importantly, people will be making calls that they would not have dreamed of in the first place – calls between Bangladesh and South Africa for example – and other countries where national monopolies impose high calling costs via normal phone lines.

The HBR List 2009 - How Social Networks Network Best

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

For Managers For Educators For Corporate Buyers Harvard Business Review Visit Harvard Business School Harvard Business Review Harvard Business Publishing Archive/Back Issues Customer Service HBR Email Newsletters Cart Store All Products All Articles Sign In or Subscribe Now How Social Networks Network Best by Alex Pentland The humble bee has much to teach us about the flow ofinformation in our own organizations.

Collaboration - Mapping the value of employee collaboration - Organization - Strategic Organization - The McKinsey Quarterly

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

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Competitive advantage from better interactions

John Tropea - Delicious Collaboration

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