Posted by KatrinVerclas on September 21, 2007

Welcome, Sao Paulo, Brazil! was featured in the main Sao Paulo daily, Estadao today, describing the importance of mobile phones for social causes and the ways in which mobiles are used -- whether that is election monitoring, delivering aids drugs to patients, or saving the Argentinian rainforest and other environmental campaigns. will hosting a gathering at Mobilefest, an international festival that explores mobiles in society and culture. We are looking forward to welcoming the global community to Sao Paulo and to meet with Brazilian NGOs/ONGs about their work using mobiles.

Posted by KatrinVerclas on February 27, 2007

Environmental activists, among others, are using their cell phones for education and inspiration - via ringtones. And there's still a lot of room for experimentation in using cell phones for advocacy, says Katrin Verclas, executive director of NTEN and coordinator of MobileActive.og. Read the article. Also featured on and in the Jackson News Tribune.

Posted by KatrinVerclas on October 21, 2006
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Posted by KatrinVerclas on October 19, 2006

CNET/ article on Mobile Voter, a voter education and get-out-the-vote project in the MobileActive network. 

Posted by KatrinVerclas on September 26, 2006

Pambazuka News article on MobileActive; stories from the field and the MobileActive network 

Posted by KatrinVerclas on July 27, 2006

In this edition of his "Women in Mobile" series, Rudy De Waele interviews NTEN executive director Katrin Verclas about her work, passion for mobile technology, and her views on how mobile phones will impact the future and help make the world a better, more just, and more equitable place. Read the article.

Posted by KatrinVerclas on May 30, 2006

Radio Free Europe broadcast on political ringtones; interviews with MobileActive Katrin Verclas

Posted by KatrinVerclas on December 8, 2005

German Radio (Bayrischer Rundfunk) broadcast on political ringtones; interviews with MobileActives from and riotones.