Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of projects/leadership-committee/nov-2009/reports


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    9191The consistency of LowDown is a reminder and an organizational binder and among our most successful in-reach tools.
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     93Proposals for Coming Year
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    9595Recruitment -- It's essential that we start working on membership recruitment in a planned and much more confident/aggressive way. The strategy of waiting for people to join or working exclusively through techies' referrals appears to have dried up. With a continuously growing progressive movement, making the political argument for membership could become more palatable.
     
    107107This "don't practice what we preach" activity is made possible, in part, because techies have no advocacy or political voice. And we're one of the few organizations capable of giving one to them.
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    109 We're proposing that MF/PL call a national techie "congress" which would take place during the USSF 2010 whose purpose it would be to draw up a techie Bill of Rights and present that to the entire movement during the Social Forum and to get as many organizations as possible to "pledge" to the observance of those rights in their work.
     109We're proposing that MF/PL call a national techie "congress" which would take place during the USSF 2010 whose purpose it would be to draw up a Techie Bill of Rights and present that to the entire movement during the Social Forum and to get as many organizations as possible to "pledge" to the observance of those rights in their work. The gathering would also make plans for recruiting signators to this document after the Forum and also to make it a document for International outreach to techies world-wide.
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     111Consulta Hemisferica
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     113This would undoubtedly be the most ambitious project in our organization's history. The plan would be to use the Collaborative Democracy software to bring together groups in
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