Sign up for MINN's bimonthly newsletter to stay up to date on news affecting global practitioners, ongoing educational and networking events, as well as opportunities for career development and growth. Be sure to take advantage of this great resource!
Know of a relevant news story related to MN-based international NGOs or practitioners? Contact [email protected] with details.
Nearly thirty participants from a dozen international NGOS from around Minnesota participated in the first ever InsideNGO Roundtable discussion. Every year InsideNGO, which offices in Connecticut and Washington, DC, provides training opportunities to over 4,000 international NGO practitioners around the world.
MINN is pleased to enter into a partnership with the Norway House and its now annual Dialogue for Peace, for the second year in a row. You are invited to participate in "The Arab Spring 2.0", which includes a presentation by featured speaker, Rol Willy Hansen who is the Norwegian Ambassador to Syria, who will speak to his experience in Syria. Join the conversation in the panel discussion spotlighting the Arab Spring and its significant in global relations.
While the US public focuses on upcoming presidential elections this fall, nearly 70 nations are or have already gone to the polls. Ground-breaking elections in Egypt, France, Mexico and Libya are having a profound effect on the global politics and development. To better understand these issues, on July 12, the Minnesota International NGO Network (MINN) hosted a panel discussion on elections and civil society in the developing world. Mr.
On November 7th, Tanzania-affiliated organizations, funders and academics from around Minnesota convened at the Wellstone Center to begin an important dialogue - how to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their work. As part of this day-long conference, attendees took part in sector-based discussions around best practices, challenges, and opportunities for collaboration in their work. After these discussions, there was a clear desire to continue the dialogue.
In early February, Beth Scudder, MINN’s Chief Technology Officer started a trial of Salesforce, a customer relationship management (CRM) tool. The CRM would allow MINN to capitalize on opportunities, improve interactions with members, and provide a more intentional approach to networking and collaboration. Additionally, Salesforce would streamline MINN’s operations through more integrated campaign management.
The month-long trial demonstrated the CRM’s potential, and on March 19, 2012, MINN was granted free and full usage of Salesforce Nonprofit Edition.