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Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"The Journal of Community Informatics Community Informatics & Gender (Special Double Issue) Table of Contents http://ci-journal.net/index.php/ciej/issue/view/26 Editorial -------- Editorial: Community Informatics and Gender Michael…"
Jul 15, 2010
Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"Good point, and nice example! And it reminds me, I have developed some tools for participatory analysis/assessment of access to information which oculd be appropriate. In face I just had a conversation yesterday with an ICT4D colleague in Uganda who…"
May 18, 2010
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May 7, 2010
Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"Hi Claudia, I am working on exactly the interface between gender mainstreaming awareness and capacity, and knowledge management, for IFAD and FAO at the moment. It is difficult on many fronts... Gender issues and aspects can be quite hidden in…"
May 7, 2010
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Apr 15, 2010
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Apr 15, 2010
An event by Hannah Beardon was featured

Tools for promoting bottom up information flows in INGOs at Development House

March 18, 2010 from 12:30pm to 2pm
As part of a reflection and research process called How Wide are the Ripples, IKM Emergent are sponsoring an event for practitioners to share examples and experiences of promoting the flow of information from the grassroots to international headquarters of international development NGOs. The event is part of a wider workshop looking at some of the institutional and cultural issues and exploring some of the systems and tools to overcome these in more detail. The networking and sharing event will…See More
Feb 26, 2010
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Tools for promoting bottom up information flows in INGOs at Development House

March 18, 2010 from 12:30pm to 2pm
As part of a reflection and research process called How Wide are the Ripples, IKM Emergent are sponsoring an event for practitioners to share examples and experiences of promoting the flow of information from the grassroots to international headquarters of international development NGOs. The event is part of a wider workshop looking at some of the institutional and cultural issues and exploring some of the systems and tools to overcome these in more detail. The networking and sharing event will…See More
Feb 24, 2010
Hannah Beardon posted a blog post

Promoting bottom-up information flows in international development NGOs

Dear colleagues,I have been working with IKM Emergent on a process of research and reflection with various international NGOs called How Wide Are the Ripples. The research aims to explore and deepen our understanding of the issues involved in increasing the impact and influence of voices from the grassroots in the policy and decision making of international NGOs. This emerged from a strong shared feeling that participatory processes at the grassroots are often commissioned, paid for and…See More
Dec 15, 2009
Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"hmmm, it 'sounds easy' to generate material to some extent... then have you any idea what you would do with it? How would you get it 'out there'? Or does it depend totally on the context and purpose? In the ag huddle Louise…"
Oct 14, 2009
Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"Thanks Riff, your prize is in the post. I agree, but then again what came out of our conversation with Rose is that where good practice exists on the ground, but is not labelled gender, this does not get shared as good practice to others... and in…"
Oct 14, 2009
Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"hmm Pete, yeah but no but... I know what you mean though. QUESTION TO GROUP: how do you make sure that good gender equity work is reported on and heard beyond the initiative itself - especially when it is not a 'gender (or women's!)…"
Oct 13, 2009
Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"ah yes Rose - it is here http://www.km4dev.org/profiles/blog/list?user=2bowgewdq2cjq I didn't realise... As is the video we did of Rose explaining her work and in particular how they have dealt with the underreporting of good gender equity work."
Oct 13, 2009
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Oct 12, 2009
Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"Hi No , this is my comment and nudge to the group on issues I am interested in. Jo should be putting the blog and video up soon, I hope! I will follow up..."
Oct 12, 2009
Hannah Beardon commented on Rosien Herweijer's group 'KM4Dev 09 Gender Huddle'
"Hi all, I was part of the gender huddle in brussels and really enjoyed the opportunity to think about the characteristics of gender and/ in KM. We kind of felt that there were two slightly separate issues: the management of knowledge about gender…"
Oct 12, 2009

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freelance consultant
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Organisational Learning, Social Web/Web 2.0, Social Network Analysis, Participatory Decision-Making, Research, Knowledge Capture, Knowledge Mapping, Narrative & Storytelling, Information Management, Workshop Facilitation, KM Strategies, Evaluating and Monitoring KM, Thematic/Knowledge Networks
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Spanish, English

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Promoting bottom-up information flows in international development NGOs

Dear colleagues,



I have been working with IKM Emergent on a process of research and reflection with various international NGOs called How Wide Are the Ripples. The research aims to explore and deepen our understanding of the issues involved in increasing the impact and influence of voices from the grassroots in the policy and decision making of international NGOs. This emerged from a strong shared feeling that participatory processes at the grassroots are often commissioned, paid for… Continue

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At 7:24pm on September 23, 2015, barron moon said…

Hola,
es bueno verte aquí. ¿Si podría tener un deseo, quisiera despertar todos los días con el sonido de su respiración en mi cuello, eres hermosa!, podemos ser amigos? ¿Mi nombre es luna Barron, soy un Soldier.Please,Can de UN marino tengo su ID de correo electrónico para que podamos comunicarnos desde allí? Mi id de correo electrónico es (barronmoon(AT)hotmail.com) espero oír de usted.
Bye con amor
Barron Luna.

Hi,
is nice meeting you here.If I could have just one wish,I would wish to wake up everyday to the sound of your breath on my neck,you are beautiful!can we be friends?My name is Barron Moon,i am a UN marine Soldier.Please,Can i have your email ID so that we can communicate from there? My email id is (barronmoon(AT)hotmail.com) I look forward hearing from you.
Bye With love
Barron Moon.

 
 
 

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