[clug] Fwd: DCITA: ICT and non-profits, communities
kim.holburn at anu.edu.au
Mon Feb 28 23:59:52 GMT 2005
Is this of interest?
Begin forwarded message:
> Attachment A
> DISCUSSION PAPERS – ICT TRANSFORMING THE NONPROFIT SECTO AND THE ROLE
> OF ICT
> IN BUILDING COMMUNITIES AND SOCIAL CAPITAL
> Invitation to comment
> The papers raise key issues and many further questions for
> Comment is encouraged on the issues and questions raised in the papers
> related to the social and community impacts of ICT.
> The period for consultation on the papers is open until 31 March 2005.
> paper, the companion paper and the full set of case studies are also
> available online at http://www.dcita.gov.au/ie/communitx_connectivitx .
> DCIT A welcomes submissions in the form of responses to the discussion
> questions, comments or further information. Interested parties are
> encouraged to provide written submissions and comments by email to
> community.connectivity at dcita.gov.au.
> Submissions and comments can also be made in hard copy and can be sent
> The Manager
> Community Connectivity Access Branch
> Information Economy Division
> Department of Communications, IT and the Arts
> GPO Box 2154 Canberra ACT 2601
> Submissions and comments can be faxed to 026271 1780. Faxed submission
> should be no more than five pages.
> Interested parties can provide verbal comments on the papers:
> On The role of ICT in the building communities and social capital
> Mr Chris Hayward, Community Connectivity, Access Branch, DCITA
> Tel: 026271 1473
> On ICT transforming the nonprofit sector please contact:
> Ms Mary Gorman, Community Connectivity, Access Branch, DCITA
> Tel: 026271 1689
> Or please contact
> Mr Peter Huta,Manager Community Connectivity, DCITA Tel: 026271 1047
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