After GreenNet won the tender process for this high profile project, we were given just 5 weeks to build a site that would work as the main administrative organ of this major event. We worked with ActionApps to build a system that could process secure payments for tickets and handle multilingual publication of content in five languages...

In 2003, the Conference of Socialist Economists had the entire 26 year archive of their printed quarterly magazine 'Capital and Class', scanned and digitised. The challenge then was to build a website which would add value to a journal subscription by providing searchable access to this archive. The finished site includes a...

The DEA had managed a static site for several years when they approached GreenNet for a solution to their changing publishing needs. Their growing databases of publications and contacts needed an online home which the static site simply couldn't accomodate. After working together with DEA on a new architecture for the more...

We developed this site on a very tight budget for Bristol East Side Traders. Working with a page design that they provided, we built a simple and functional Drupal site for people involved in the arts in Bristol to publicise their work, and share information.

With the rising profile of the annual Fair Trade fortnight, in 2006 the Fair Trade Foundation commissioned GN to add an interactive calendar to list events, and make it easy for users to find events in their area. They wanted something quick and inexpensive, and at the same time needed it to integrate seamlessly with their site. The...

Development in Practice is a quarterly academic style journal from the Oxfam publications stable. In 2004 they asked us to take a fresh look at their web presence, which had been managed as a static site for the previous 4 years. Their need was for a more dynamic site which would make it easier for their small staff to keep the site...

Creative exchange had been managing their subscriptions and publication distribution operations with a complex series of offline databases. Their need was to consolidate the databases and integrate them with their public website, so that the data could be accessed and managed by any authorised users.

The Global Call for Action Against Poverty is the international coalition which supported national White Band anti-poverty campaigns such as the UK's 'Make Poverty History'. The GCAP website project was the result of a collaboration between GreenNet and our sister networks - Choike in Uruguay and Laneta in Mexico. The site...

The Global Transparency Initiative (GTI) is a network of civil society organisations promoting openness in the International Financial Institutions (IFIs), such as the World Bank, the IMF, the European Investment Bank and Regional Development Banks. The GTI brings together two communities of activists and experts from around the world -...

From Free and Open Source software to Intellectual Property Rights, to Liberalising Community Radio Licensing, the 6 CATIA (1c) ICT policy 'Animators' are working to engage local civil society organisations in their local ICT issues. The Animators, based in Ethiopia, Nigeria, DR Congo, Uganda, Senegal and Kenya, all required...

In 2004, GreenNet was commissioned by the 'Catalysing Access to ICTs in Africa' project (component 1a), to design a technical solution for a telecoms licensing 'One Stop Shop' - basically everything you ever wanted to know about telecommunications regulations and licenses across Africa under one roof. We designed the...

Privacy International is a human rights group working as a watchdog on surveillance and privacy invasions by governments and corporations. It has conducted campaigns and research globally on issues ranging from wiretapping and national security, to ID cards, video surveillance, data matching, police information systems, medical privacy,...

GreenNet rebuilt the Genewatch web site in 2006. The volume of new content flowing onto the old static site was making site management too labour intensive. The new site needed to make lighter work of content management, and improvements to the site structure. We developed it using ActionApps (AA), and used it to successfully pilot a new...

The IWPR works on free media projects in conflict zones, as a way of promoting peace and democracy. Staff are spread out in offices in ten countries, from where they support local journalism initiatives in getting news out. The website fits into the picture as part of IWPR's role as an “electronic samizdat,” supporting local reporters...

This website was commissioned by the "APC":http://www.apc.org at very short notice to support the campaign for affordable international bandwidth in Africa, in time for the "Mombasa consultations":http://fibreforafrica.net/main....

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