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This just in: :)

Diplo Expert Robert Guerra, our quintessential networker, just sent me an email which needs your immediate attention, so I will just copy his note to me:

Robert wrote:

As you know I lead an initiative on Internet Freedom here at Freedom House. After a long delay - we are almost set to launch our website. However, it's not quite ready. We need short term help to populate it with content before it launches Feb 1.

I thought that Diplo Alumni and the people in the IGCBP extended network might be available and interested to write about the Internet freedom issues facing their region and/or country, particularly developing countries. With a small pool of funding available, I am more than happy to share the opportunity with the Diplo community.

One key thing - if people are interested, please have them contact me ASAP (by the weekend if at all possible) so I can assess whether they are a fit and if so proceed with contract logistics.

look forward to hearing from you.



R. Guerra
Program Director, Internet Freedom, Freedom House
131 Connecticut Ave. NW Fl.6, Washington, DC 20036
Direct +1 202 747 7067 Office: +1 202-296-5101
Mobile +1 202-569-1800 Fax: +1 202-293-2840
Email: guerra@freedomhouse.org

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Comment by Virginia (Ginger) Paque on January 18, 2009 at 10:45pm
Elias, please write directly to Robert at the above email: guerra@freedomhouse.org
Comment by Atty. Elias Laurente Espinoza on January 18, 2009 at 5:25pm
Robert, am just a littel curious on the highlight of developing countries on internet freedom. please send some mechanics on wha to write i may be able to do it if given the opportunity. thanks



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