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AFFS, UKCDR & FFII-UK campaign training day (17 July, Reading UK)
By brian, Section News
Posted on Thu Jul 8th, 2004 at 14:43:52 GMT
The UK's Association for Free Software (AFFS) is participating in a campaign training day alongside UKCDR and FFII, and has a number of free spaces to offer to members who wish to attend. The training day will take place on July 17th, 10.30am - 5pm, in Reading, and will cover basic grassroots campaigning theory, with workshops and practical discussions relevant to software freedom and digital rights. Registration is required, email to frontdesk@affs.org.uk to reserve a place or for further details.


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