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On May 18th, 2010, IT for Change's Executive Director Parminder Jeet Singh presented a statement at the XIII Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD) Session in Geneva, on the…
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Adolescent girls (kishoris) from rural villages in Mysore district were trained in audio and video content to be used to promote contextual and participatory learning process among them. A…
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On May 5th, 2010, Anita Gurumurthy represented IT for Change at the IDRC Public Panel on 'The Potential of Open Development for Canada and Abroad'. The event held in Ottawa, Canada, was a…
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May 14-15 2010: Jaipur- 'What is Free Software and why is it relevant to you?' May 18-19 2010: Delhi- 'What is Free Software and why is it relevant to you?' May 27-29, 2010: Kochi,…
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With about 10 days left for the deadline on pre-proposals for the Gender and Citizenship in the Information Society Program, we are rather hopeful that there will be in the next few days, a steady…
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The Teacher's Communities of Learning Project aims to initiate computer aided learning in Government School Classrooms as well as introduce the idea of teachers networks among 35-40 teachers…
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IT for Change (ITfC) is a NGO located in Bangalore, India, that works for an innovative and effective use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to promote socio-economic change in the…
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To reflect the dynamism of our activities, complementing the information available on ITfC's website; To express our team's voice, providing space to share opinions, impressions, articles, pictures,…