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10 tactics for turning information into action (edition 2010)

by red. zbiorowa

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10 Tactics features 35 info-activism stories told from the point of view of advocates in 24 different countries including Lebanon, India, Tunisia, Egypt, Kenya, Indonesia, South Africa and the UK.



Highlights include accounts of:



Noha Atef's blog, TortureinEgypt.net, which led to the release of illegally detained prisoner.
The use of YouTube karaoke videos to raise awareness about sex workers rights in Cambodia, told by Dale Kongmont.
FrontlineSMS being used for citizen reporting during this year's violent clashes in Madagascar, discussed by, creator of the software, Ken Banks.



The cards are designed to complement the film with examples from the video, a detailed case study, and tips and advice on how you can use the same tactics effectively in your own work.



Visit the 10 Tactics website to watch the film, download the cards and find out when a screening might be happening near you.



"10 tactics presented innovative strategies for using information for advocacy in such an engaging and easy to understand manner. The ideas were extremely practical and I felt that we could easily translate many of them into our work situations. We showed the film at a training workshop for women activists and it generated a lot of discussion and sparked ideas for new ways of doing our work."

Oreoluwa Somolu, Women's Technology Empowerment Centre - W.TEC, Nigeria.
  STOCZNIA | Nov 26, 2012 |
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