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weet iemand hier iets vanaf? er schijnt een bijeenkomst geweest te zijn in Amsterdam (8-10 december). het gaat hier om IT, onderwijs en ontwikkelingsgelden... From: <firstname.lastname@example.org> > PARTNERS: Vol. 1. No. 6. December 1999 > Welcome to Partners, the Newsletter of the Global Knowledge > Partnership, bringing you news and views from the GKP, via > mail and the Internet, monthly. > > Learn to Build a Brighter Future > The virtual conference (see PARTNERS Vol. 1 No. 2. August > 1999) closed on November 5, following seven weeks of on- > line discussion. Participants will meet face-to-face in a > Live Workshop on December 8-10 in Amsterdam, The > Netherlands, to brainstorm together, add detail to their > proposals, and receive advice from expert guest speakers > and private sector practitioners in ICT and education. > Learn to Build a Brighter Future provides a forum for > experts, teachers, and trainers from the North and the > South, businesses, NGOs, and international organisations to > discuss and jointly develop projects that apply ICT to > building training capacity in innovative ways. During the > final week of the virtual conference, participants > identified eight such projects. Four of these project > proposals will be presented at the GKII conference in > Malaysia, in March 2000. Learn to Build a Brighter Future > is a joint effort of the IICD, Vrije Universiteit > Amsterdam, Pricewaterhouse Coopers and Universiteit Twente. > For more information visit the conference website at > www.iicd.org and click on the conference logo. Or, read > IICD?s news release at their featured partner page on the > GKP website at www.globalknowledge.org/profileiicd.html > (click on: Virtual Conference Comes to a Close -- News > Release) <snip> > Subscribe now: Partners is issued monthly, if you wish to > receive this regular briefing, or if you know of others who > ought to receive it, please send mailing details or e-mail > address to email@example.com > > Comments and suggestions? Items for inclusion? Send them > to firstname.lastname@example.org > ___________________________________ > Partners is the newsletter of the Global Knowledge > Partnership, a growing partnership of public, private and > not-for-profit organizations working together to help > people access knowledge and > harness information and communications technologies that > will help them live meaningful and fruitful lives. > Editorial Assistant: Megan Breece. Editor: Lesley Anne > Simmons, The Global Knowledge Partnership Secretariat, c/o > The World Bank Institute, The World Bank, 1818 H Street NW, > Washington D.C. 20433 Tel: 1 202 473-1785 Fax: 1 202 522- > 1492 e-mail: email@example.com > website www.globalknowledge.org > > Lesley Anne Simmons > Knowledge Products and Outreach Division > The World Bank Institute > Tel: 202-473-1785 > Fax: 202-522-1492 -- * Verspreid via nettime-nl. Commercieel gebruik niet toegestaan zonder * toestemming. <nettime-nl> is een gesloten en gemodereerde mailinglist * over net-kritiek. Meer info: firstname.lastname@example.org met 'info nettime-nl' in de * tekst v/d email. Archief: http://www.factory.org/nettime-nl. Contact: * email@example.com. Int. editie: http://www.desk.nl/~nettime.