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IT for CHANGE Information communication technology is one of the priorities of the work of The 1990 Trust. Since its inception, the Trust has been at the forefront of efforts to use the advantages of IT for the benefit of black communities throughout the UK. The Trust utitlises IT to pursue its goals to attain justice for black communities. The Trust has demonstrated that IT can play a major part in empowering communities, facilitating social inclusion, and promoting e-democracy. The Trust is also committed to promoting e-solutions that would be beneficial to black communities. In this section, the Trust will report and inform about IT initiatives that would be useful to community groups and voluntary organisations.
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AsEqual Ltd is giving away 100 FREE Websites

AsEqual Ltd is a social enterprise and all profit goes to support work on Race Equality –Human Rights for all. We promote the use of website as a tool of liberation.
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Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2008


Importance of the Internet for Ghanaian students

In recent years, ease in information technology has captured the interest of many Ghanaians. Nowadays, it is common in modern Ghana to see a cyber café about almost everywhere.
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Posted: Tuesday, December 21, 2004


Tackling racism on the internet

The Internet is not a temporary phenomenon. All Internet services are used in a targeted manner to spread racist ideas and neo-Nazi propaganda material. In many cases, right-wing extremist website operators are especially geared to young Internet users.
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Posted: Monday, July 12, 2004


Stand firmly against racism

The fight against anti-Semitism must be our fight, says Secretary-General
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Posted: Monday, July 05, 2004


AntiRacismNet

An important resource for activists.
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Posted: Monday, July 05, 2004


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