The association and iWith.org are embarking on a technological partnership with the hosting of its website.
We participated in the “Societat XXIè” programme to explain our mission to guide organisations in taking advantage of the opportunities that Internet offers.
Gallery and The Social Coin are two of the innovations that we introduced during the Speednetworking workshop.
Solidarity Economy Network ( XES ) and iWith.org have signed an agreement with the aim of helping companies and organizations of XES to use the opportunities offered by the Internet.
iWith.org has published its Annual Report for the last year. The document includes the services, projects and collaborations in which the organization participated in 2013.
Maybe we said goodbye to our Summer holidays, but our enthusiasm is still unabated. We are happy to announce that since a couple of days you can see a new, fresher look of our website!
Prepared with the standards that we offer as a service
, with a modern responsive layout adaptable for smartphones and mobile devices
, our website is easier to navigate than ever.
, we have decided to dedicate the month of February 2013 to supporting the Oozebap Project
. We are very proud of the project which has seen the creation of an online bookshop and we would like to invite you all to do whatever you can to get involved in supporting it.
we would like to hire a dependable
who is interested in joining our team as a programmer
On February 24-25th, the IESE Business School in Barcelona, Spain opened its doors to the Doing Good and Doing Well conference.
We are happy to present the new volunteers at iWith.org
. Claire Savelsbergh, Liz Cherba, Julie Nyce and Lauren Bayse are students from the United States and Miranda Gubbels is an EVS volunteer from the Netherlands, working with iWith.org this semester in Barcelona.
World Community Grid creates a public computing network that aids projects that benefits humanity. The success of the project is dependent on individuals donating their unused computer time to the cause.
The cards have the solidarity message from Iwith.org, a non lucrative organization that works with New Technologies for the development of the most disadvantaged.Many organizations and also NGOs have sent in beautiful designs that will help to make known their selfless and altruistic work.
From the Iwith.org portal, your designs will be used to create virtual Christmas cards that will be sent all over the world. The initiative is guaranteed by the massive success of our previous competitions.
This week we are immersed in the Second European Volunteer Congress and it is a good occasion to share impressions and as the Director, Violant Cervera said, “This Congress has to be different and serve a purpose.”
foundation is promoting an international sociology study
collecting people’s opinions on their personal attitudes towards solidarity.
On the occasion of the Fourth International Meeting on Recycling
, iWith.org was invited to Cosmocaixa
to speak about what is happening on the Internet and how the Internet affects the world of recycling.
was carefully carried out by the "Gremi de Recuperació"
, and includes Ramon Bartomeus’ report
on new ways in which social networks can be used. iWith is involved in many environmental protection projects and the report will highlight some important experiences such as those of ACESER
iWith.org would like to present our new international volunteers. They are young people from the United States, Greece, Poland, Mexico, Italy and Hungary, who collaborate with our foundation through various international programs, such as the European Voluntary Service (EVS), the Erasmus Placement and Leonardo of the European Union programs, university internship, or the University of Dreams program.
Recently, iWith.org has been involved in different events, where we have shared our knowledge of the uses of the Internet for nonprofits.
Educational seminar organised by OCSA and PIMEC in partnership with iWith.org and run by SIGMA
Attracting and retaining members in highly competitive environments
Globalisation and technological changes have given rise to new challenges for companies and new circumstances at work. In the midst of a recession and with much less aid, many associations are struggling to attract and retain their members, who are now more demanding than ever. Through this seminar, we have taken another step towards creating value in communication with members.
Taking care of primates: this is the mission of the Mona Foundation. Chimpanzees used in various shows in Spain and the rest of the world are suffering from abandon and different illnesses as a result of poor treatment by human beings. Do you want know a bit more and maybe adopt a monkey or visit them in their natural habitat? iWith.org will show you how to go about this. At its headquarters in Barcelona throughout the month of March, you can learn a bit more about this organisation and the various ways of helping it.
Cristina Avila Zessati
, chief editor of Corresponsal de Paz
, is talking about her peace journalism project
: a non-profit, apolitical and self-supporting initiative. The project is possible thanks to iWith.org
Margot, a former European volunteer in iWith.org, was supported by the Foundation for her project in Latvia. It is about a website and a reporting on her discovery of the country and interviews with youngsters, Latvian or foreigners.
From a host of locations around the globe and from many contrasting perspectives, dozens of participants presented us with their visual interpretations of the digital divide.