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Why International NGOs are Choosing Drupal [July 24, 2012]

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An ever-increasing number of International NGOs are deploying Drupal, accelerating their ability to have impact in the digital and physical world. We will explore how many large organizations are using Drupal for a variety of goals including fundraising, mobilization, internal communications and the coordination of supporters. Specific Drupal case studies will include Amnesty International, Greenpeace, International Rescue Committee, Mercy Corps, 350.org (http://350.org) and more.
Topics Covered:
• Brief history of Drupal as an advocacy tool
• How International NGOs use Drupal to empower communities worldwide
• Examples of how large NGOs are currently using Drupal to produce real-world results

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