Saturday, 12 February 2011

One World column growing again...

The 'ONE WORLD COLUMN' starts to return to print:

 

Triangle magazine has linked up with six local writers and campaigners who have launched a blog, the 'One World Column', to comment on news from a global perspective. 

 

The blog was launched recently at the East of England Production Innovation Centre in Norwich. Forty guests attended from independent media, social enterprises, environment organisations, trades unions, charities and political campaigns.

 

The One World Column was for six years a weekly feature in the Eastern Daily Press, but also published on its own website. Its concerns include international development, poverty, globalisation, peacemaking, human rights, social justice, animals, and the environment.

 

The writers decided to develop a partnership with organisations with similar interests. The blog will now become an online magazine, forum and news network for the region's progressive organisations, and will for example incorporate the SCOOP calendar: http://oneworldcolumn.blogspot.com/p/calendar.html. And Triangle have agreed to publish blog extracts in print, on a regular basis.

 

OWC blogger Charlotte Du Cann, said: 'We want to establish a relationship with like-minded writers, NGOs, artists and others throughout the region, to develop the One World Column as an asset for us all. You can reach us at oneworldcolumn@gmail.com to be part of this venture.'

 

Fellow OWC writer Rupert Read added: "It's great that Triangle are bringing us on board, so that we are back in print..."

 

The One World Column blog can always be found at: www.oneworldcolumn.blogspot.com

 
Here are the latest One World columns:
 

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The 'ONE WORLD COLUMN' starts to return to print:

 

Triangle magazine has linked up with six local writers and campaigners who have launched a blog, the 'One World Column', to comment on news from a global perspective. 

 

The blog was launched recently at the East of England Production Innovation Centre in Norwich. Forty guests attended from independent media, social enterprises, environment organisations, trades unions, charities and political campaigns.

 

The One World Column was for six years a weekly feature in the Eastern Daily Press, but also published on its own website. Its concerns include international development, poverty, globalisation, peacemaking, human rights, social justice, animals, and the environment.

 

The writers decided to develop a partnership with organisations with similar interests. The blog will now become an online magazine, forum and news network for the region's progressive organisations, and will for example incorporate the SCOOP calendar: http://oneworldcolumn.blogspot.com/p/calendar.html. And Triangle have agreed to publish blog extracts in print, on a regular basis.

 

OWC blogger Charlotte Du Cann, said: 'We want to establish a relationship with like-minded writers, NGOs, artists and others throughout the region, to develop the One World Column as an asset for us all. You can reach us at oneworldcolumn@gmail.com to be part of this venture.'

 

Fellow OWC writer Rupert Read added: "It's great that Triangle are bringing us on board, so that we are back in print..."

 

The One World Column blog can always be found at: www.oneworldcolumn.blogspot.com

 
Here are the latest One World columns:
http://oneworldcolumn.blogspot.com/2011/02/nuclear-industrys-desperate-last-stand.html
http://oneworldcolumn.blogspot.com/2011/01/one-world-column-relaunched-as-blog-for_28.html
http://oneworldcolumn.blogspot.com/2011/01/from-alternative-media-to-alternative.html
http://oneworldcolumn.blogspot.com/2011/01/looking-on-south-africa.html
 
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