UNESCO HERC

On 7 April 2021, World Health Day, we relaunched the UNESCO Health and Education Resource Centre, a knowledge sharing initiative provided by UNESCO for the education sector.

SAWR

We've worked with The International Campaign for Women's Right to Safe Abortion for a few years, since we started hosting their old WordPress website while Sarah at Kestrel Copy fixed it up.

Caabu wanted to upgrade their main website from Drupal 6 to Drupal 8, the latest version with a full content migration of their extensive archives of news and campaigning materials into a new visual design.

We implemented Caabu's multilingual content in Arabic using Drupal's translation functions and a mobile responsive custom theme...

We were thrilled to win the commission to rebuild our existing customer's website, an update to IER's trusty Drupal 6.

We supported NAW's move from a static website onto WordPress content management system.

We enjoyed this project which involved creative use of open tech for gender equality - just the sort of thing GreenNet likes best!

Greenwich Murals Workshop created For Walls With Tongues to share the oral history of street art around the UK from 1966-1985.

The website hosts audio interviews with the artists as well as essays and biographies and images many of which now only exist as online archives.

The project was funded by the Heritage Fund and...

JB had got funding to develop their last website which left them locked in to a proprietary Content Management System with a high monthly fee - they needed to escape!

GreenNet provided a WordPress CMS and carried out a rescue of JB's content, including archives of events and blogs. We carefully replicated the visual design and...

We worked with the amazing Marx Memorial Library to create a lovely new website in Drupal 7 and CiviCRM, with a custom visual design by Sarah. The new site performs a whole lot of CRM functions online;

The BNA are a wonderful organisation, that’s been running for over a century. We migrated their archives from the venerable static website that had served them well for over a decade, to a customised multisite WordPress.

The new website has:

PLP

We launched Public Law Project's new website in July 2018, it features a custom visual design, resources library and events booking system, on a whizzy Wordpress CMS.

Peace Pledge Union

PPU host a unique archive which has been developed over many years.We worked closely with them to create a new online home for the organisation that uses Drupal to connect their well-established existing online presence, including the archives, shop, and their social media, while adding new functions using CivCRM to list events and gather...

SDG4E

UNESCO asked us to help them put together a neat and tidy website to publish updates on the Strategic Development Goal 4 - Education.

We focussed on making the site quick and intuitive to edit and update. We worked with them to build the site from the ground up on a brand new Drupal 8, adding features and functions as new...

APC Annual Report

We used WordPress with some clever plugins and customisations to create this highly interactive online Annual Report for our friends at Associastion of Progressive Communications. They gave us content and design guidelines, and we came up with a really attractive and accessible document.

We really like working with activists with a clear vision for an innovative and useful web project. We won this commission in 2017 and worked with the European Network on Statelessness and Wave.coop to create this informational tool using...

AFP was established to connect the UK's South Asian Diaspora Group with development initiatives in India. They encourage donations in money or time to marginalised communities in India. Their web project was designed to transform their online presence from a simple brochure site, into more of an outreach tool. The aim was to make the...

Community Led Total Sanitation webpage

The CLTS(Community Led Total Sanitation) project at IDS(Institute of Development Studies) has spent the last years in a small corner of the Livelihoods Connect website. As the project, its reputation and its reach have grown, calls have grown for it to have its own purpose built website where all its resources and news can be easily sorted...

The Right to Education Project came to GreenNet with an already-made complex tables-based design mockup, and just 3 weeks to build a website and content management to house and manage the content. We used Drupal to create the initial site structure, and then carefully rebuilt the design without the original tables-based layout. Whilst the...

Publish What You Pay's global coalition of transparency advocacy organisations has come a long way in the years since we rebuilt the site with Drupal in 2008. And there was a growing sense that the Where We Work section wasn't properly keeping pace with the range of...

The FAAN project brings together partners from across Europe that are involved with local, sustainable small scale producer retailers. The project needed a public website and a community networking area for its partners, which provided alternate language content and multiple access levels for the different types of users.
The project...

Global Dialogue runs a sub-granting process to support local NGOs by establishing local _Strategic Funds_, that support local democracy and human rights projects. <acronym title="Global Dialogue">GD</acronym> first contacted us about a web project when The Strategic Fund for Turkey was created in 2007. They needed a...

Forests Monitor investigates the forest industry to empower forest-dependent people and raise public awareness, as part of an effort to increase transparency and accountability of the sector.
In 2006 Forests Monitor had a static presence on the web, and they asked us to rebuild the site so that it could make a greater contribution to...

The DPU associates are a group of consultants who have all been members of the academic staff of the Development Planning Unit at University College London. They do research and training in the specialist field of urban planning for development.
In 2006 their coordinator approached us with a request to build a site which could be...

After completing the IWPR public website, we turned our attention to developing a private site that could form a useful virtual office for the distributed team of writers, trainers and researchers who work for the organisation. The private workspace was built using Drupal, and includes a calendar and special file management system -...

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...

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