Monthly Archive: January 2006

Reason Why – Open Charity Blog

If you are wondering about the relevance of blogging to charities, community groups etc, then take a look at the linked article, from the Co-CEO of Girls For A Change, “a non-profit organization that’s...

Social firms in Scotland

An interesting piece about social firms – social enterprises where at least 25% of workers are disabled or have health problems – in today’s (Scottish) Herald: New spirit of social enterprise – The Herald

How Technology Helps Nonprofits

A 3 year research project into how IT can make an impact on the effectiveness of charities has been announced in the States: Nonprofits Research the Effects of Technology Assistance :: PNNOnline :: “We...

Author info

UPDATED ITEM: Information entered under ‘About yourself’ when registering will now appear on the appropriate Author page. There’s no option to add a pic there, but you can upload one in a posting if...

Knowledge Management for development

I’m only just catching up on FreePint, the newsletter for information professionals, from the last few months. Here’s an area of interest from November: “Knowledge management for development: an international organisation’s perspective”. FreePint Newsletter...

Citizens Advice wins website award

The information and advice website www.adviceguide.org.uk, run by national charity Citizens Advice, has won the voluntary sector/intermediary category of the e-Government National Awards 2005. See Public Technology.net article: Citizens Advice scoops top award for...