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===Peace News Camp 2011===
 
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This is what I initially sent (having been told there was no internet access on site):
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''This is what was initially sent to PN Camp (having been told there was no internet access on site):''
  
 
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* Reporting news from this camp.
 
* Reporting news from this camp.
  
''Then I got in touch with Crabapple Community, who said they could provide internet access.
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''Then Crabapple Community confirmed that there would be internet access.''
  
In the meantime, Peace News has re-written the above as follows:''
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''In the meantime, Peace News Camp has re-written the above, so the draft blurb reads:''
  
 
====Using Indymedia====
 
====Using Indymedia====
  
* What is indymedia and how does it work? How can you use Indymedia to the
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* What is indymedia and how does it work? How can you use Indymedia to the best effect in your campaigns? This workshop will guide you through the logistics and practicalities of how Indymedia works, including recently controversial issues such as how moderation works. There will also be a
best effect in your campaigns? This workshop will guide you through the
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chance to report news from the camp. Genny is an active Peace Campaigner involved in the Indymedia Collective.
logistics and practicalities of how Indymedia works, including recently
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controversial issues such as how moderation works. There will also be a
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chance to report news from the camp.
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Genny is an active Peace Campaigner involved in the Indymedia Collective.
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''This looks bound to lead to a long discussion about moderation issues. New draft, in view of all the above:''
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====Using Indymedia (revised)====
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* What is indymedia and how does it work? How can you use indymedia to best effect in your campaigns?
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* Find out more about indymedia during this workshop and then put it into practice.
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* Upload your reports, impressions, photos etc. during and after the camp and help create a middle column feature about PNC on indymedia.org.uk.
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* No previous experience needed!
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* Genny is a member of the collective which looks after the indymedia.org.uk website.

Revision as of 14:09, 14 July 2011

Workshops

Earth First! Summer Gathering 2011

Peace News Camp 2011

This is what was initially sent to PN Camp (having been told there was no internet access on site):

Indymedia uk and you

Including (as required):

  • What is indymedia and how does it work?
  • How to use indymedia to best effect in your campaigns.
  • How to publish your news on indymedia uk.
  • How to announce events on indymedia uk.
  • How to promote your campaign with a middle column feature.
  • Topics and major reports.
  • How moderation works.
  • How to raise queries.
  • How to get involved.
  • Reporting news from this camp.

Then Crabapple Community confirmed that there would be internet access.

In the meantime, Peace News Camp has re-written the above, so the draft blurb reads:

Using Indymedia

  • What is indymedia and how does it work? How can you use Indymedia to the best effect in your campaigns? This workshop will guide you through the logistics and practicalities of how Indymedia works, including recently controversial issues such as how moderation works. There will also be a

chance to report news from the camp. Genny is an active Peace Campaigner involved in the Indymedia Collective.

This looks bound to lead to a long discussion about moderation issues. New draft, in view of all the above:

Using Indymedia (revised)

  • What is indymedia and how does it work? How can you use indymedia to best effect in your campaigns?
  • Find out more about indymedia during this workshop and then put it into practice.
  • Upload your reports, impressions, photos etc. during and after the camp and help create a middle column feature about PNC on indymedia.org.uk.
  • No previous experience needed!
  • Genny is a member of the collective which looks after the indymedia.org.uk website.