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Summation talk to Open Doors event for Nominet Trust, Big Lottery and NCVO

Summation talk to Open Doors event for Nominet Trust, Big Lottery and NCVO

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    • Supporting charities tomake a difference with data Open Charities 1 March 2012 William Perrin william@cankfarm.com @willperrin http://indigotrust.wordpress.com
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    • My vision is that this map of locations of charities should link to 360 degree opendata about the organisationshttp://maps.google.com/maps/ms?vps=2&ie=UTF8&hl=en&oe=UTF8&msa=0&msid=207377943705341411233.0004b731510c390718e0b
    • Work with people at all stages of capabilitySimplify and clarify languageShow the goal or benefitsProvide resources all can use – BIG, NCVO, NominetTrustEncourage behaviour with fundingProvide somewhere to discuss issuesTake the first step – do something simple and relevant to yourorganisation