October 27, 2010 | Richard Millington

Get involved with the ORGZine!

 

The Open Rights Group is about to move our online presence to a whole new level with our new community eZine.  This online magazine will be the resource for the Digital Rights movement, both within the UK and beyond.  The site will include news, reviews, interviews, features and details of the campaigns and issue that matter to our community.  
Although we’re aiming to get a constant flow of material from established names and ORG staff, most of our material will come from ORG’s core supporters.  This is your chance to add your voice to the debate, and to make a significant contribution to our campaigning efforts!  The material you supply will draw in readers from across the web, and help us spread awareness to a far wider range of people than has previously been possible.
If you would like to get involved, please come to the next volunteer meeting at our office on Thursday 4 November at 1800. RSVP to rich@openrightsgroup.org.

The Open Rights Group is taking our website to a whole new level with a new community-driven zine.  This online magazine will be the resource for the digital rights movement, both within the UK and beyond.  The site will include news, reviews, interviews, features and details of the campaigns and issue that matter to our community. 

Although we’re aiming to get a constant flow of material from established names and ORG staff, most of our material will come from ORG’s core supporters.  This is your chance to add your voice to the debate, and to make a significant contribution to our campaigning efforts!  The material you supply will draw in readers from across the web, and help us spread awareness to a far wider range of people than has previously been possible.

If you would like to get involved, please come to the next volunteer meeting at our office on Thursday 4 November at 1800. RSVP to rich@openrightsgroup.org. The office address is LG.G05, Langdale House, 11 Marshalsea Road, London SE1 1EN.

 

 


Comments (2)

  1. Milena Popova:
    Oct 29, 2010 at 02:18 PM

    For those of us banished to far north (Newcastle!) who have the passion for this kind of thing, what's the best way to get involved?

    M

  2. Jim Killock:
    Oct 29, 2010 at 02:50 PM

    Yes, we should be able to provide a phone, IRC or Skype link.



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