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Guide to Generating Political Will and Public Will - PPW Toolkit

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Lifeline radio for displaced Iraqis

Author: BBC Media Action's Abir Awad, on February 7 2017 - “The food we are given is not suitable for human consumption. They’ve taken away our identity cards and our phones,” says Ahmed during a...

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Improving Access to Government through Better Use of the Web

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Author: 
Suzanne Acar, ed.
Jose M. Alonso, ed.
Kevin Novak, ed.
Publication Date
March 10, 2009
Affiliation: 

W3C/CTIC (Alonso), The American Institute of Architects (Novak)

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Press release from T. Gupta on May 12 2009.

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