Picking Up the Crap in Romania

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There is a fantastic case study from Daniel Ben-Horin at TechSoup about the use of Facebook to build civil society in Romania. The resulting campaign was actually called Let’s Do It Romania.

Mental Health Journalism Fellowship Offering for Journalists in the United States, Romania, and South Africa Reporting On Mental Health Issues

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Deadline: April 18, 2011 Applications Invited for Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism As part of an international effort to reduce the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness, the Carter Center annually offers the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism to support journalists from the United States, Romania, and South Africa in reporting on topics related to mental health or mental illnesses. From The Foundation Center. [If

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Disruption of the 'Usual' - Rethinking Behavior Change and Communication in Nutrition Education

Social Marketing and Social Change

Some of the countries outside the US that were there included Canada, Columbia, Czech Republic, Spain, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Malta, Mexico, Pakistan, Romania, Somalia, Turkey and Uganda. How do I help public health professionals disrupt their usual ways of doing their work?

Top Nonprofit Tips for Social Media

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Previously, she produced Our Social Times and Influence People’s North American Social Media Marketing and Monitoring conference series and started a web development and social media business, which leveraged an international team of programmers and designers across India, Romania, and the US Editor’s note: Did you miss Social Media Week ?

Got to admit it’s getting better-or is it?

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He said, according to his study of the guerrilla conflicts in the 1980’s in Central America, the civil wars in Algeria, Sudan and Yemen, the two Palestinian uprisings, the revolutions in East Germany, Czechoslovakia and Romania all had this solidarity from within in common.