Access barrier survey - consumer interviews

Welcome to the new members of this list - you only missed one message
so far, which is archived at http://a2knetwork.org/welcome-cis-a2k-member-working-group
. Messages to this list can also be read in Français,[1] Español[2],
中文[3] and other languages via automatic translation.

That first message outlined three of our initial activities - the
A2Knetwork.org portal, the regional meetings on A2K (an invitation to
the Asia-Pacific regional meeting has since been sent to those of you
from that region), and the A2K Watch List (which some of you have been
asked to contribute to off-list).

The other initial activity not mentioned in that earlier message is
the access barrier survey, which is intended to uncover evidence of
the actual experience of consumers in trying to access and use
educational materials, software, films and music. This will feed into
the Watch List, as well as being a useful tool for advocacy in itself.

As explained at http://a2knetwork.org/survey, the survey is to be
conducted in two stages: the first stage will comprise a relatively
small number of face-to-face interviews with consumers, which will
form the basis for the development in the second stage of a written
survey that will be disseminated much more widely.

As soon as our pilot of the first stage of this research is complete,
we will require some volunteers from this group to conduct the face-to-
face interviews in their country. This should be quite simple and not
particularly time-consuming, and a set of instructions and an
interview form are available.

If you might be interested in administering the first stage of the
consumer survey with a few consumers in your country, please let me
know off-list. Many thanks!

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Re : Access barrier survey - consumer interviews

Bonjour

Tout d’abord mes vœux de santé et de réussite à ce projet.
Par ailleurs mes remerciements pour m’avoir retenu dans le groupe de travail.
J’aimerais vous signaler qu’il me serait plus facile si le site se présente
également en langue française.

S’agissant de l’enquête je me propose de faire les
interviews nécessaires au niveau du Maroc.

En fin pour le meeting régional pour l’Afrique veuillez me
prévenir à l’avance pour l’insérer dans mon agenda.

Veuillez recevoir mes cordiales salutations.

Pr. Najiba EL AMRANI EL IDRISSI Coordinatrice
de la commission Gestion des Risques Technologiques. Association Atlas Sais Responsable de la formation maîtrise Télécom Faculté des Sciences et Techniques Route d'Immouzer, BP: 2202, FES V.N. - MAROC - Tél: 212 35 60 80 14 . GSM 212 67 70 08 51 Fax 212 35 60 82 14

elamrani_naj@yahoo.fr

 

 

 De : Jeremy Malcolm <jeremy@ciroap.org>À : a2k@ip.consumersinternational.orgEnvoyé le : Mardi, 6 Janvier 2009, 8h17mn 09sObjet : [CI-A2K] Access barrier survey - consumer interviewsWelcome to the new members of this list - you only missed one message so far, which is archived at http://a2knetwork.org/welcome-cis-a2k-member-working-group.  Messages to this list can also be read in Français,[1] Español[2], 中文[3] and other languages via automatic translation.That first message outlined three of our initial activities - the A2Knetwork.org portal, the regional meetings on A2K (an invitation to the Asia-Pacific regional meeting has since been sent to those of you from that region), and the A2K Watch List (which some of you have been asked to contribute to off-list).The other initial activity not mentioned in that earlier message is the access barrier survey, which is intended to uncover evidence of the actual experience of consumers in trying to access and use educational materials, software, films and music.  This will feed into the Watch List, as well as being a useful tool for advocacy in itself.As explained at http://a2knetwork.org/survey, the survey is to be conducted in two stages: the first stage will comprise a relatively small number of face-to-face interviews with consumers, which will form the basis for the development in the second stage of a written survey that will be disseminated much more widely.As soon as our pilot of the first stage of this research is complete, we will require some volunteers from this group to conduct the face-to-face interviews in their country.  This should be quite simple and not particularly time-consuming, and a set of instructions and an interview form are available.If you might be interested in administering the first stage of the consumer survey with a few consumers in your country, please let me know off-list.  Many thanks![1] http://74.125.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=en&tl=fr&u=http://a2knetwork.org/forum/2[2] http://74.125.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=en&tl=es&u=http://a2knetwork.org/forum/2[3] http://74.125.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=en&tl=zh-CN&u=http://a2knetwork.org/forum/2--JEREMY MALCOLMProject CoordinatorCONSUMERS INTERNATIONAL-KL OFFICEfor Asia Pacific and the Middle East    Consumers International (CI) is the only independent global campaigning voice for consumers. With over 220 member organisations in 115 countries, we are building a powerful international consumer movement to help protect and empower consumers
everywhere. For more information, visit www.consumersinternational.org.

Access barrier survey - consumer interviews

Dear
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Greetings from CDCPO., India
This is in response to the mail dated 06th Jan 2009 
We hereby express our interest to participate in the 2009 Consumers International Asia Pacific Regional Members Meeting and Regional meetings the Access to Knowledge (A2K) on 17-19 February, Malaysia respectively.
We hereby express our already participate in the Regional meetings
Our organization has already participate on Marketing of Unhelathy food to the Meeting on Lunch Box Challenge at KL.. 
We are an organization who do not have funds on this score.  We expect CI KL to support our organization to participate in the meetings in the matter of TRAVEL for two particpants :-
      1,   M. Nizamudeen,
Executive Secretary,
Cuddalore  District Consumer Protection Organisation, Tamil Nadu , India
     2.    C. A. Dass.
            Training Director
Cuddalore  District Consumer Protection Organisation, Tamil Nadu , India
 Ours is an organization working in grass root level and have a good experience to share on global consumer dialogue and public education network on access to knowledge to children, publics, consumer group and also its adverse especially in rural India . 
Hope to recvice a positive reply,
 Regards
M. Nizamudden
Executive Secretary,
Cuddalore District Consumer Protection Organisation
Tamil Nadu , India
Website : www.consumerwecan.org
e_mail : consumernizam@yahoo.co.in
India.  --- On Tue, 6/1/09, Jeremy Malcolm <jeremy@ciroap.org> wrote:
From: Jeremy Malcolm <jeremy@ciroap.org>Subject: [CI-A2K] Access barrier survey - consumer interviewsTo: a2k@ip.consumersinternational.orgDate: Tuesday, 6 January, 2009, 12:47 PMWelcome to the new members of this list - you only missed one message so far,
which is archived at http://a2knetwork.org/welcome-cis-a2k-member-working-group.
Messages to this list can also be read in Français,[1] Español[2], 中文[3]
and other languages via automatic translation.

That first message outlined three of our initial activities - the
A2Knetwork.org portal, the regional meetings on A2K (an invitation to the
Asia-Pacific regional meeting has since been sent to those of you from that
region), and the A2K Watch List (which some of you have been asked to contribute
to off-list).

The other initial activity not mentioned in that earlier message is the access
barrier survey, which is intended to uncover evidence of the actual experience
of consumers in trying to access and use educational materials, software, films
and music. This will feed into the Watch List, as well as being a useful tool
for advocacy in itself.

As explained at http://a2knetwork.org/survey, the survey is to be conducted in
two stages: the first stage will comprise a relatively small number of
face-to-face interviews with consumers, which will form the basis for the
development in the second stage of a written survey that will be disseminated
much more widely.

As soon as our pilot of the first stage of this research is complete, we will
require some volunteers from this group to conduct the face-to-face interviews
in their country. This should be quite simple and not particularly
time-consuming, and a set of instructions and an interview form are available.

If you might be interested in administering the first stage of the consumer
survey with a few consumers in your country, please let me know off-list. Many
thanks!

[1]
http://74.125.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=en&tl=fr&u=http://a2knetwork.o...

[2]
http://74.125.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=en&tl=es&u=http://a2knetwork.o...

[3]
http://74.125.93.104/translate_c?hl=en&sl=en&tl=zh-CN&u=http://a2knetwor...

--JEREMY MALCOLM
Project Coordinator
CONSUMERS INTERNATIONAL-KL OFFICE
for Asia Pacific and the Middle East

Consumers International (CI) is the only independent global campaigning voice
for consumers. With over 220 member organisations in 115 countries, we are
building a powerful international consumer movement to help protect and empower
consumers everywhere. For more information, visit
www.consumersinternational.org.

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