how is it doing ? after that long time no talk as i didnt spend 2 summers in california, being presently in singapore, planning to get surfboards built in schools at the age of 13 or 14 for boys in middle class, catching up with a factory of woven fibers of a cousin of my mother to cover foam breads dedicating to surfboards, how is doing Igor Gaignault, and your hulls in the bottom of your house ? i dont have his address anymore, but if you re willing to tell him about that, it would be excellent
i pass to interested parts of such a subject
by the way, i discovered i had plenty of bank accounts in switzerland (from my grand father) and was there recently and planning to have a chalet someday in grindewald or zermatt :-)
cap de bleu
siret 380 69898500021
ape 926 c
6 rue emile zola 83000 var, europe of the 27
asb bank account new zealand 12-3066-0248387 BIC ASBBNZ2A
--- On Fri, 9/4/09, George Lessard <email@example.com> wrote:
From: George Lessard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [creative-radio] Humanizing Development, Global Photography Campaign
Date: Friday, September 4, 2009, 5:48 AM
Global Photography Campaign
How do you see development? How can you portrait the human face of the
development processes? How do you show that development initiatives and
programmes improve the lives of people? This Global Photography Campaign
aims to show examples of people winning the battle against poverty, social
exclusion and marginalization. It is intended to raise awareness of the
successes in the development process. The campaign is intended to
counterbalance the frequently shown images of desolation and despair. A
photo gallery will to be permanently located at IPC-IG office and open for
public visitation. A series of photo exhibitions will also be organized in
several cities around the world. Everyone can and is strongly encouraged
to participate in this global effort and contribute with a photograph.
Join us now in showing development through a different lens! Let's promote
and share successful development initiatives!
Who can participate?
Everyone can contribute with a photograph: professional and
non-professional photographers, students, civil society activists,
government officials, UN staff members and so forth.
How can I participate?
http://www.ipc- undp.org/ photo/index. htm
How will the selection take place?
The Selection Committee will choose the 50 favourite photographs that best
depict the campaign themes to compose our photo gallery. Results will be
released on IPC-IG website on 30 October 2009.
The Committee will be composed of one representative from IPC-IG; one UNV
representative from headquarters in Bonn; a professional photographer with
international reputation; a representative from a partner institution
based in Africa, one in Asia and the Pacific, one in the Arab States and
another in Europe and the CIS
What happens if my picture is selected?
If your photo is chosen you will be contacted no later than 30 October
2009 by the IPC-IG. As a reward, your contribution to this campaign and
your effort in supporting its goals will be acknowledged by a wide
dissemination of your work through a range of UN communications tools:
The selected photographs and the respective contributors' names will be
highlighted in various UN communications channels, such as IPC-IG and UN
media campaigns, releases, websites and so forth.
The selected photograph will be part of UNDP and IPC-IG photo databases
and will be shared with the United Nations Department of Public
Information in New York, promoting global visibility to contributors,
their work and participation in the global campaign.
Contributors will receive a certificate jointly issued by the UNDP
International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth and the campaign
Contributors will have their names displayed at the IPC-IG photo gallery
on "Humanizing Development" , which will be launched at a public event on
Photo exhibitions are to be organised in order to highlight the
photographs and the contributors and to promote the campaign goals.
Exhibitions are planned to be held in New York, Brasilia, São Paulo, and
other cities in the South.
Mr. Francisco Filho
Communications, Outreach and
Advocacy Unit, IPC-IG
Phone: (+ 55 61) 2105 5036
Ms. Giovana Lerda
giovana.lerda@ ipc-undp. org
Phone: (+55 61) 2105 5017
UNDP Egypt Country Office
1191 Corniche ElNil, World Trade Centre
Boulac, Cairo 11599, Egypt
Office: (202) 2578 4840-6
Fax: (202) 2578 4847
Direct: (202) 2580 9007
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
This e-mail service is edited, managed and moderated by
George Lessard http://mediamentor.ca
Make a donation via PayPal:
Creative-Radio is an independent forum for people active in or interested in the use of radio in development, in particular promoting public health, improved education, protection of the environment, improved livelihoods, good governance and conflict mitigation. Since it started in 1996, Creative-Radio has been in the forefront of radio's resurgence as a tool for social change and peace-building, and it helps promote best practice in these areas.
Remove _NO_SPAM_ for use
Change your subscription
- to daily digest mode by sending a blank message to:
- to individual e-mails by sending a blank message to:
- delivery on hold by sending a blank message to
Caveat Lector- Disclaimers, NOTES TO EDITORS
& (c) information may be found @
This work is licensed under a
Creative Commons Developing Nations license.
= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =
Because of the nature of email & the WWW,
please check ALL sources & subjects.
Members who post to this list retain their copyright but grant a non-exclusive license to others to forward any message posted here. They also grant the list owner permission to maintain an archive or approve the archiving of list messages.
Other use of e-mail to this list requires the permission of individual writers