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An Inclusive Info Society in Europe: The Role of Voluntary Org's

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Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2001 16:59:08 +0100
From: "Susan O'Donnell" <susan@MODELS-RESEARCH.IE>

A new report available online explores the question: How can voluntary organisations contribute to a more inclusive information society in Europe?

The report includes a comprehensive review of recent research on the topic as well as findings from interviews with key informants across Europe. Report chapters focus on four central issues - the role of voluntary organisations in:

To read the report executive summary or download a pdf copy of the full report, please visit the following Web address:

A Web list of researchers and organisations in Europe working on this topic is being developed:

To add your name to this list, or for further information, please contact:

Susan O'Donnell
Models Research
Abbey House
15-17 Upper Abbey Street
Dublin 1 Ireland

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