I'm not talking about egalitarian values of political powers, but we are
in the most adverse situations in completely different countries, cultures
and unequal values. These are factors that should be taken into
consideration, the world is not Europe, and in Europe there are many
On 22 April 2013 04:48, Fae <faewik(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 22 April 2013 08:25, Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton
I didn't like the idea, because, chapters are
I believe the chapters are equal. Yes, yes, I'm a idealist dreamer. :-)
Certainly all chapters (and in the future 'thorgs') have exactly one
voice each, one vote each, one representative each, regardless of how
many staff they employ, how big their budget is, or even how
successful their programmes are in delivering charitable outcomes.
Why you don't focus your energy sharing
experiences in one open wiki,
creating a cookbook (not a manual), and than another communities can use
this material too...
I do not think this is an either/or situation. All materials will be
public and volunteers helping the WCA task teams are already working
on making case studies and cookbook materials available.
One benefit of making all materials used in a future training and
workshop session public, is that they can be re-used and improved; for
example by volunteers making these available in different languages or
running their own regional sessions for chapter board members and
others that play a part in chapter governance.
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