Knowledge Sharing

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International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)

In December 2009, Michael Roberts of Groupsia International was asked to collaborate on a project called The International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI): a new initiative of the international development community aimed at making information about aid spending easier to access, use and understand, particularly for those in developing countries. Working alongside an international multi-stakeholder technical advisory group lead by members of the OECD-DAC, the project’s objective is to build an online database based on existing international standards and definitions.

TEDx Ottawa: collaboration for community building!

On Sunday, December 6th, the city of Ottawa hosted its first TEDx Talk: a local, self-organized event that brings together people from different communities and disciplines to be inspired by local speakers who take the stage to share their life experiences, passions and knowledge for the sake of collaboration and community.

Collaborative working space sparks creativity in Ottawa

Since July 2009, Groupsia has been working in a collaborative working space in downtown Ottawa called The Code Factory.

GKP 3.0 Task Force: evaluating and strenghtening networks

In December 2008, Groupsia was appointed by the Global Knowledge Partnership’s (GKP) Executive Committee to lead a small task force in conducting a consultative evaluation and visioning process for the future and role of this international organization.

Telecenters in Central America

On March 3rd & 4th, Costa Rica was the meeting point for Central American organizations that develop or promote telecenters in the region. Several organizations from Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama met to share their experiences, lessons learned and coordinate future actions together.

Capacity Building for facilitators and networking leaders in Latin America

During our five years as one of the Bellanet´s regional offices, when Bellanet was an IDRC secretariat, Sulá Batsú identified the need of capacity building for facilitators and networking leaders in the areas of knowledge sharing and ICT for collaboration in Latin America.

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