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== Basic idea ==
 
== Basic idea ==
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The ''International Network Office'' is focusing on nuclear issues, but also being open for networking in other political fields. It's supposed to help to connect anti-nuclear activist internationally with others working in the same fields, supporting if they are looking for experts or speakers on certain topics or to cooperation in common campaigns, projects and actions. A second aim is to provide multilingual outreach material on the topics of anti-nuclear activists and groups to spread the word internationally and to support the local efforts of organizations and people fighting nuclear power.
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Now we are looking for people to volunteer with the network office.
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Activities are the communication with anti-nuclear groups,
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activists and interested people internationally to connect them with
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each other, to help them to find speakers for events or experts on
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certain topics. It's also about coordinating and helping with the
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production of multilingual outreach material to promote local anti-
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nuclear topics. Another field is the coordination or preparation of
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gatherings for networking personally and to stay in touch and exchange
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with each other.
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If you are interested to contribute to this project with your
 +
knowledge, experiences, donations or by volunteering, please write to
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contact AT nuclear-heritage.net . We aim to have always at least two
 +
or three volunteers from different countries in the office. Own
 +
networking ideas and activities like traveling to other places and
 +
joining projects there would be fitting quite well to this project.
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== Current setting ==
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We are in the process of establishing the ''International Network Office''. After discussions and preparations for some years, we have now the rooms for this project in the [http://kein-schoener-wohnen.de.vu project house] in Döbeln (Saxony - Germany). [http://greenkids.de Greenkids e.V.], the grassroots organization which once founded the "Nuclear Heritage Network", provides the space and equipment for this networking project.
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We have desktops with computers, internet, phone, fax, printers, copy machine, scanner, cabinets and more technical infrastructure and material as we share the office of the project house. There is also the storage for the international outreach material produced by the ''Nuclear Heritage Network'', collections of contacts, an archive and library with lots of anti-nuclear books, studies, booklets and papers. A database of anti-nuclear groups (contacts) has been started, and another one with experts on certain fields is planned.
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As of March 2012, several new anti-nuclear flyers are in process and should be produced until summer: a flyer about the atomic situation in Belarus (Belarusian, English, Russian), one about the Temelín NPP (Czech, English), another one about the Kola NPP (English, Russian) and one about uranium mining in the Czech Republic (Czech, English), a flyer about the atomic situation in Slovenia (English, Slovenian), new language versions of the flyer "Uranium - A Deadly Material" (Czech, French, Norwegian, Swedish) and a Russian version of the [[Gorleben]] flyer.
  
  
 
== Willing to volunteer? ==
 
== Willing to volunteer? ==
 
You are interested to volunteer with the ''International Network Office''? - Send an email to [mailto:officeATnuclear-heritage.net office AT nuclear-heritage.net]{{Spamprotection}}!
 
You are interested to volunteer with the ''International Network Office''? - Send an email to [mailto:officeATnuclear-heritage.net office AT nuclear-heritage.net]{{Spamprotection}}!
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== History ==
 
== History ==
 
The idea to establish an international networking office against nuclear power and GMOs has its roots in the very first network gathering of the [[Nuclear Heritage:Campaign Nuclear Heritage|Nuclear Heritage Network]] in [[Network meeting in Bure|Bure (F) in summer 2008]]. Since that time we discussed the project with several groups and activists, received much feedbach and developed some ideas for the realization. In each <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.greenkids.de/europas-atomerbe/index.php/Category:Meetings networking gathering]</span> it was one of the "future projects" to be discussed, but it took much time before it eventually started.
 
The idea to establish an international networking office against nuclear power and GMOs has its roots in the very first network gathering of the [[Nuclear Heritage:Campaign Nuclear Heritage|Nuclear Heritage Network]] in [[Network meeting in Bure|Bure (F) in summer 2008]]. Since that time we discussed the project with several groups and activists, received much feedbach and developed some ideas for the realization. In each <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.greenkids.de/europas-atomerbe/index.php/Category:Meetings networking gathering]</span> it was one of the "future projects" to be discussed, but it took much time before it eventually started.
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== Contact ==
 
== Contact ==

Revision as of 11:51, 5 March 2012

Contents

Basic idea

The International Network Office is focusing on nuclear issues, but also being open for networking in other political fields. It's supposed to help to connect anti-nuclear activist internationally with others working in the same fields, supporting if they are looking for experts or speakers on certain topics or to cooperation in common campaigns, projects and actions. A second aim is to provide multilingual outreach material on the topics of anti-nuclear activists and groups to spread the word internationally and to support the local efforts of organizations and people fighting nuclear power.

Now we are looking for people to volunteer with the network office. Activities are the communication with anti-nuclear groups, activists and interested people internationally to connect them with each other, to help them to find speakers for events or experts on certain topics. It's also about coordinating and helping with the production of multilingual outreach material to promote local anti- nuclear topics. Another field is the coordination or preparation of gatherings for networking personally and to stay in touch and exchange with each other.

If you are interested to contribute to this project with your knowledge, experiences, donations or by volunteering, please write to contact AT nuclear-heritage.net . We aim to have always at least two or three volunteers from different countries in the office. Own networking ideas and activities like traveling to other places and joining projects there would be fitting quite well to this project.

Current setting

We are in the process of establishing the International Network Office. After discussions and preparations for some years, we have now the rooms for this project in the project house in Döbeln (Saxony - Germany). Greenkids e.V., the grassroots organization which once founded the "Nuclear Heritage Network", provides the space and equipment for this networking project.

We have desktops with computers, internet, phone, fax, printers, copy machine, scanner, cabinets and more technical infrastructure and material as we share the office of the project house. There is also the storage for the international outreach material produced by the Nuclear Heritage Network, collections of contacts, an archive and library with lots of anti-nuclear books, studies, booklets and papers. A database of anti-nuclear groups (contacts) has been started, and another one with experts on certain fields is planned.

As of March 2012, several new anti-nuclear flyers are in process and should be produced until summer: a flyer about the atomic situation in Belarus (Belarusian, English, Russian), one about the Temelín NPP (Czech, English), another one about the Kola NPP (English, Russian) and one about uranium mining in the Czech Republic (Czech, English), a flyer about the atomic situation in Slovenia (English, Slovenian), new language versions of the flyer "Uranium - A Deadly Material" (Czech, French, Norwegian, Swedish) and a Russian version of the Gorleben flyer.


Willing to volunteer?

You are interested to volunteer with the International Network Office? - Send an email to office AT nuclear-heritage.net[1]!


History

The idea to establish an international networking office against nuclear power and GMOs has its roots in the very first network gathering of the Nuclear Heritage Network in Bure (F) in summer 2008. Since that time we discussed the project with several groups and activists, received much feedbach and developed some ideas for the realization. In each networking gathering it was one of the "future projects" to be discussed, but it took much time before it eventually started.


Contact

Nuclear Heritage Network
Am Bärental 6
D-04720 Ebersbach OT Mannsdorf
Germany
phone: +49 3431 5894177
mobile: +358 41 7243254
fax: +49 911 30844 77076
email: office AT nuclear-heritage.net[1]


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