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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Nonprofit technology is the umbrella term for information and communication technologies that serve the missions of nonprofit and nongovernmental organizations or directly serve the common good. Subcategories
Nonprofit technology comprises information and communication technologies that support the goals of nonprofit , nongovernmental , third sector , grassroots , and other mission-based organizations .
Beth Kanter is a trainer and consultant to nonprofits and individuals in effective use of social media. Her expertise is how to use new web tools (blogging, tagging, wikis, photo sharing, video blogging, screencasting, social networking sites, and virtual worlds) to support nonprofit work. She has worked on projects that include training, curriculum development, research, and evaluation.
Information and Communication Technologies for Development ( ICT4D ) refers to the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the fields of socioeconomic development , international development and human rights . The theory behind this is that more and better information and communication furthers the development of a society.
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The Civil Rights Defenders have issued their first batch of GPS bracelets that will alert the CRDs’ headquarters, other nearby activists, and the entirety of the CRDs’ social media following if the bracelet’s owner is ever kidnapped. The first 5 bracelets were issued from April 2nd through April 5th during the Civil Rights Defenders’ conference, Defenders’ Days. The CRD plans on issuing 55 of these bracelets over the next year and a half.
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