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On 22 March 2016 the European Commission informed the Austrian National Regulatory Authority TKK and BEREC about its serious doubts considering that a draft measure concerning the market for wholesale call termination on individual public telephone network provided at the fixed location and the market for wholesale voice call termination on individual mobile networks in Austria would create a barrier to the internal market. Following its role and rules BEREC adopted its opinion, stating that the expressed serious doubts by the European Commission are justified.
On 20 April BEREC Chair Wilhelm Eschweiler took part in the 10th Annual Digital Regulation Forum, London, United Kingdom. During his speech, Wilhelm Eschweiler also paid attention to the priorities of NRAs taking into account the changing technological and competitive landscape. The event brought together more than 150 policy makers, regulators, operators and investors to understand the various perspectives to further advance the regulatory framework. During the discussion the BEREC Chair emphasized, that the further development of the Internet of Things is a central task with implications not only for economy but also for society in general. Wilhelm Eschweiler also informed the participants in some more detail about the BEREC Report on enabling the Internet of Things, which has been approved for publication during the 26th BEREC plenary in Rotterdam on 25 February 2016. In order to discuss the BEREC perspectives on the Telecoms framework review and the Telecom Single Market deliverables (Net neutrality and International Roaming), the BEREC Chair Wilhelm Eschweiler took part in the IIC Telecommunications and Media forum on 16 March 2016 in Brussels.
BEREC Chair 2016 Wilhelm Eschweiler took part at the BEREC – GSMA regulatory roundtable, which was organized during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. In his presentation, the BEREC Chair highlighted key topics of BEREC’s work programme this year in a wide field of regulatory aspects. Following its role and rules BEREC adopted its opinion, stating that the expressed serious doubts by the EC are justified. BEREC Chair Wilhelm Eschweiler presented BEREC opinion on Review of the Telecoms Framework at a meeting of the Committee on Industry, Research and Energy in the European Parliament in Brussels. Regulatory details to be defined bottom-up by national regulators as they know best their national markets. Regulation, co-regulation and deregulation to be applied according to the needs of the respective markets. BEREC Net Neutrality Expert Working Group co-chair Frode Sørensen took part in the #NetCompetition seminar on 26 January 2016 in the European Parliament in Brussels, where he presented BEREC work to develop European Net Neutrality guidelines.
In order to consult stakeholders at an early stage, BEREC held stakeholder dialogue meetings in December 2015. The workshop was jointly organised by Italian National Regulatory Authority AGCOM and International Institute of Communications with the aim to provide the participants with more understanding of the topics related to the digital Europe in times of digital evolution seen from policy, regulatory and market perspectives. The BEREC Chair gave the opening keynote speech, given special focus on competition and investment, stating as a main principle that the promotion of competition is the main driver for investment in new infrastructure. This event took place after the Plenary of Regulatel (the Latin America Telecoms Regulators Forum), with which BEREC has a cooperation MoU. On 15 October 2015, at the Sheraton Brussels Airport Hotel, the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) gathered together more than 180 participants for the 3rd annual BEREC Stakeholder Forum. During the 3rd BEREC Stakeholder Forum, the participants were also introduced to the BEREC draft report on Enabling Internet of things.
The last session of the Stakeholder Forum was dedicated to the future opportunities and challenges for Europe in the digital ecosystem.
The 3rd Stakeholder Forum was web-streamed and the recorded videos and presentations will be available at the BEREC website. During his closing keynote speech, the incoming BEREC Chair highlighted the upcoming challenges for the telecoms policy and the BEREC role in the upcoming Framework Review.
In order to discuss the trends in the international telecommunications industry, technical and legal issues, new trends related to the development and convergence of technologies the annual conference TELCO TRENDS 2015 took place in Riga, Latvia.
Developments in technology, in the electronic communications and related markets, as well as the continuous change in consumers’ needs, expectations and behaviours, is affecting all sectors of the economy and society, resulting in a new digital economy.
Additionally, consumers will demand hyper connectivity, superfast broadband, wide coverage, high-quality experience, and service ubiquity. The main regulatory challenges are related to the fair treatment of players on new and cross-sectorial markets, demand take-up, and the promotion of competition as the main driver for investment in new infrastructures. Fatima Barros, BEREC Chair 2015 at the Digital Business Summit: roaming has been a complex topic in Europe, and the agreed time framework is short. On 7 July, 2015 APDC (Portuguese Communications Development Association) held the Digital Business Summit in Lisbon, Portugal.
The BEREC Chair emphasized that roaming has been a complex topic in Europe, and that the agreed time framework is short. The Digital Business Summit gathered together all players in the digital ecosystem – operators, consumers and regulator for a debate on goals and objectives, as well as the role of European regulation. At the end of the Summit the participants adopted a joint declaration, which can be consulted here.
Participants agreed on the added value of maintaining this cooperative regulatory dialogue between Europe and other regions of the World, namely Latin America, North Africa and Middle East, as well as the Eastern Europe, aiming at exploring ways to promote future joint working groups, as well as to have such a similar Summit in the future. In order to discuss the digital priorities for 2015 and key EU regulatory issues, on 23 June the telecom operators, the EU institutions, regulators, academics, investors and other industry stakeholders gathered at the ETNO-MLex Regulatory Summit, which created a platform for up to 200 high-level delegates. The BEREC Chair Fatima Barros stressed that the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications welcomes the Digital Single Market overall goal and expressed willingness to assist the European Commission in the implementation of the DSM strategy, especially as regards the review of the regulatory framework. In her speech, the BEREC Chair addressed the digital divide between rural and urban areas emphasizing that action is needed to avoid a new digital divide and make every EU citizen have access to 30 Mbps by 2020. On 15 June, the BEREC Vice-Chair, Lidia Kozlowska, on behalf of the BEREC Chair 2015 Professor Fatima Barros, participated in the 10th Annual European Spectrum Management Conference in Brussels, Belgium.
During her speech, the BEREC Vice-Chair emphasized the importance of spectrum for the networks and services regulated by the NRAs in BEREC. The 10th Annual European Spectrum Management Conference was an opportunity to discuss major spectrum issues in the context of the forthcoming WRC-15 and developments at a European level, such as the continuing drive towards an internal digital market and the expected release of the 2nd Radio Spectrum Policy Programme. On 30 April 2015  the European Commission informed the Dutch National Regulatory Authority ACM and BEREC about its serious doubts considering that the draft measure concerning the wholesale local access provided at a fixed location in the Netherlands. Following its role and rules BEREC adopted its opinion, stating that the expressed serious doubts by the European Commission are not justified. BEREC takes note of the adoption by the European Commission of a Communication to the European Parliament, the Council, the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions on a Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe. Through close and continuous cooperation with the European Commission, BEREC is pleased to contribute its expertise to the process and, in the exercise of its statutory duties, is looking into possible areas of adjustment to the current electronic communications legislative framework where this seems appropriate.
On 26 March 2015 the European Commission informed the Finnish national regulatory authority, Viestintävirasto and BEREC about its serious doubts considering that a draft measure concerning the market for wholesale voice call termination on individual mobile networks in Finland would create a barrier to the internal market. Following its role and rules BEREC adopted its opinion, stating that the expressed serious doubts by the European Commission are justified. On 11 May, 2015 the BEREC Chair 2015, Professor Fatima Barros participated in the 2015 edition of the annual Internet of Things (IoT) European Summit in Brussels, Belgium. The Internet of Things European summit examined the current IoT ecosystem and explored the role of IoT within the different verticals in Europe. On18 March 2015 the European Commission informed the German National Regulatory Authority BNetzA and BEREC about its serious doubts considering that a draft measure concerning call termination on individual public telephone networks provided at a fixed location in Germany would create a barrier to the internal market. A delegation from the European Parliament Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE), has visited the BEREC Office and held a meeting with BEREC representatives. The first part of the visit was dedicated to the BEREC Office, the European agency located in Riga, Latvia. Panos Karaminas, Head of the Programme Management Unit of the BEREC Office, illustrated the main projects that are currently being carried out by the Office in the interest of BEREC.
At the end of the meeting, ITRE representatives and BEREC expressed their great satisfaction with the outcomes of the visit to the BEREC Office of a delegation of the European Parliament. BEREC is composed of a Board of Regulators consisting of the Heads of the 28 national regulatory authorities (NRAs).
BNetzA: The Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railway, or Bundesnetzagentur as it is commonly known, promotes effective competition in the regulated areas and ensures non-discriminatory access to networks in Germany.
On 4th March BEREC organised an Accessibility Workshop, a public event dedicated to the accessibility of electronic communications services. The workshop will serve as a valuable input to BEREC’s update to its Report on Equivalent Access and Choice for Disabled End Users and BEREC will continue to follow the issues raised during the event. A number of recommendations and suggestions were made (directed to BEREC and to stakeholders) to improve policies and business practices and help promote equivalent access and choice for end-users with disabilities. On 4 March 2015 in Brussels BEREC presented the results from its 22nd plenary meeting, which took place on 26 and 27 February 2015 in Bern (Switzerland) and the BEREC public Workshop on Oligopoly Analysis and Regulation which took place on 25 February 2015 prior to the plenaries. The Administrative Manager of the BEREC Office, Lazslo Igneczi, presented the new approach to more transparent communication, presenting the tools the BEREC office use for communication. Draft report on oligopoly to be approved in the BEREC 23rd Plenary meeting in Bergen, Norway in 6 June and definitive report will be published on December, 2015. The Workshop had the objective to trigger additional reflection regarding the application of the existing regulatory framework to oligopolistic situations and their impact on the market regulation. The main speakers at the event included the BEREC Chair, representative of the Chief Competition Economist at DG Competition (European Commission), the Heads of ComCom and RTR and representatives of the following stakeholders: ECTA, ETNO, GSMA, EAFM and Cable Europe.
BEREC discussed the future of the sector in 5 years under the leadership of the BEREC Chair 2015 a€“ Prof. BEREC held its first Plenary meeting of the year in Bern, Switzerland, on 26 and 27 February 2015. During the Plenary meeting BEREC members discussed the main challenges that the sector will face in the next five years, in an attempt to identify potential bottlenecks to be addressed by the next review of the EU regulatory framework. BEREC will hold a public workshop on equivalent access and choice for disabled end-users on 4 March in Brussels, which will inform the update of BEREC’s previous report on this issue.
Finally, BEREC published its 14th benchmark report on roaming, under the Roaming III Regulation adopted in 2012.
This was the first BEREC Plenary meeting under the chairmanship of Fátima Barros, President of the Portuguese Regulator, ANACOM.
The debriefing will be made available to the public through live video streaming, starting at 15.00 h, on 4 March 2015, to be accessible here.
On the BEREC Official twitter account you may find the main statements from the today's BEREC Workshopon Oligopoly Analysis and Regulation. For virtually every foundation and nonprofit, your website connects audiences to what you stand for, what you do, the impact you have, and most importantly, why it all matters. But too often, organizations with incredibly inspiring missions have sites that leave audiences more confused than committed, and more exhausted than energized. This Communications Network webinar will be led by Matthew Schwartz, Founder and Director of Strategy at social change brand strategy and experience design firm Constructive. The Digital Communications Manager will be responsible for creating, implementing and managing online communications activities for the Foundation to support and advance its mission, objectives and priority areas.  Specifically, this newly created position will focus on our online assets and practices.
Increase the online reach and impact of the Hilton Foundation’s brand across multiple platforms in support of our strategic goals. Develop strategies for our digital assets to reach and influence target audiences, while meeting the needs of our teams and our partners.
Develop engaging online social spaces that expand awareness, reach, and the effectiveness of the Foundation’s communications efforts. Make recommendations with regard to system changes (architecture, content and design) as online technologies evolve. Work with vendors, consultants and team members to ensure the integrity and evolution of our online platforms. Manage our social media presence across multiple platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Flickr and YouTube accounts, among others. Manage digital communications projects and products, sharing programmatic duties, responsibilities and goals with the existing Communications Manager. Develop and manage an online content calendar in coordination with program and communications staff. Assess the effectiveness of online efforts on an ongoing basis and create analytical reports for the organization. Keep projects on track, on time and on budget, while adjusting strategy and tactics when necessary. Manage activities of external consultants and internal staff who support Foundation communications. Ensure appropriate organizational alignment between internal and external messaging and communications processes. Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, public relations or a related field; a Master’s degree is preferred. Demonstrated ability to effectively implement and manage diverse communications strategies and activities.
Ability to build collaborative working relationships with staff at all levels of the organization and develop strong professional relationships and networks externally. Proficiency with a variety of email services, developing compelling email copy, and creating enewsletters a plus.
A competitive compensation package is available, including a salary commensurate with qualifications and experience, and a comprehensive benefits package.
The Communications Associate, reporting to the Director of Communications, supports a team of strategists in the development and execution of communications and media strategies that advance the foundation’s work and leadership around the world.


The Associate partners closely with the office of the President and the Office of Communication’s data, content, events, and multimedia teams to keep abreast of conversations generated by the institution and communications staff. Working with the Director of Strategic Communications as part of the Office of Communication’s core strategy team, this position is engaged in the most sensitive and deadline-driven work of the department. National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW) is a small nonprofit 501c(3) organization that works to secure the rights and human dignity of all women, particularly pregnant and parenting women and those who are most vulnerable to state control and punishment including low income women, women of color, and drug-using women.
Grassroots and grass-tops organizing including support for state-based programs and supporting people directly affected by punitive policies.
NAPW seeks an experienced Media & Communications Manager (MCM) to generate positive national media coverage advancing our advocacy initiatives, and expanding the organization’s media recognition, visibility and presence.
Keen research skills, adept at performing due diligence on content accuracy, excellent fact-checker and proofreader.
Advanced-level proficiency with solid, measurable experience in a variety of Mac OS computer software applications, social media platforms, and databases (e.g. Put three content strategists in a room and you’ll walk away with six opinions of what content strategy is and what its purpose is. But, we’ll all agree that content strategy is local. And that every foundation and nonprofit has content (even if you prefer to call it by a less jargony name). Success Academy is the fastest growing and highest performing network of charter schools in the nation.
Success Academy Charter Schools is an equal opportunity employer and actively encourages applications from people of all backgrounds. Our belief that all children deserve a world-class education drives us to mobilize parents and teachers to advance education reform, ensure that great schools are allowed to thrive, and share what we know about making schools successful. The Managing Editor, Schools Communications will have a proven track record of building a brand in fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment. The FrameWorks Institute — a nonprofit think tank that designs, conducts, interprets, and explains communications research to advance the resolution of social problems — seeks a researcher to contribute to its iterative, multi-method research process, and to participate in its intellectual life. Overview: The Project Director works closely with the Director of Research and the Director of Interpretation to support planning and provide ongoing oversight of the units’ projects. Assist the Director of Research in developing project timelines and staffing plans, encouraging and monitoring on-time completion of tasks, and troubles shooting emerging issues.
Contribute to research projects by: conducting expert interviews, conducting Media Content Analyses and Field Frame Analyses, supporting development and piloting of metaphors, and assisting in the development of quantitative experiments and analyses.
Master and make use of Mavenlink, FrameWorks’ online project management system, to ensure accurate record keeping and timely intra- and inter-unit communication and coordination. In coordination with the Operations Director, track and maintain research-related files, such as audio recordings of expert interviews, using FrameWorks’ file storage system, Box.
Serve as the research unit’s representative with vendors, clients, and contractors, responding to inquiries and offering timely guidance.
Assist the Director of Interpretation in developing project timelines and staffing plans, encouraging and monitoring on-time completion of tasks, and troubles shooting emerging issues. Lead the coordination of pre-meeting logistics and work under the guidance FrameWorks staff who deliver trainings and presentations to develop agendas and evaluation forms. Support the Director of Interpretation by identifying relevant examples of reframes, swamp drops, and other content to be used during FrameWorks engagements.
Work with the Operations Intern to ensure that high-quality learning engagement materials are professionally packaged and delivered in a timely manner. Master and make use of Mavenlink, FrameWorks’ online project management system to ensure accurate record keeping and timely intra- and inter-unit communication and coordination.
As the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement, BBYO has been providing leadership development and identity building experiences for over 90 years.
The Director of Communications will strategically manage and craft communications that convey the deep impact of the BBYO teen movement to our member, donor, and alumni base.?This role will be instrumental in building momentum and gaining exposure for the organization by actively seeking new ways to communicate our work and results. Keys to success for this position will be utilizing creativity, imagination, and a strong attention to detail in order to articulate our message and implement a vision with strong communications, marketing, and segmentation knowledge.
A competitive salary and benefits package is available including health insurance, paid time off and a retirement savings plan. The Southern Environmental Law Center is seeking a program communications manager to join our team.
About SELC: SELC’s mission is to protect and improve the quality of the Southeast’s natural areas and resources.
About the position: The program communications manager, under the leadership of the director of program communications and in close collaboration with the communications and program teams, will oversee communications efforts for our work in Virginia and Tennessee. The program communications manager will develop communications strategies and oversee the successful implementation of all facets of program communications work, from messaging and media relations to digital and advertising strategies. Compensation: SELC offers salaries competitive with leading national environmental nonprofits, and an excellent benefits package. Qualifications: We are seeking someone with a minimum seven years of demonstrated experience in communications, preferably advocacy-oriented communications, as well as excellent academic credentials. You wanted a site that looked cleaner, was better organized, and featured more information on the topics you care about.
More importantly, Communications Network members will have access to an all new private and dynamic community powered by Salesforce.
Ashoka is the global association of the world’s leading social entrepreneurs—men and women with system changing solutions for the world’s most urgent social problems. Ashoka is building a global movement to help society see and act on the need for Everyone A Changemaker, including as it relates to children and teens. 1) Messaging: Ensuring that our narrative leads with our framework and empowers our community of partners.
2) Storytelling: The ability to share stories and deliver information that creates an experience for our audience. 3) Press: Engages internal comms teams to go beyond transactional relationships with press and create amplifying partnerships. 4) Digital: Engage with internal comms teams to ensure Ashoka’s digital properties align with and drive the strategic messaging.
Ashoka has a rigorous committee-based screening process for hiring staff at all career stages, mirroring the selection process for our Fellows.
EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE: Has the ability to work efficiently and respectfully in teams. Ashoka is an equal opportunity employer and invites applications from candidates regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or religion.
Classification Standards: Under the direction of the Executive Director, this position is primarily responsible for developing effective communications materials for LAHSA and handling media relations. Minimum Qualifications: Must be a team player and have excellent verbal, written, and technical skills. As a member of the Communications team, this position will support current Duke Endowment communication strategies and will focus specifically on three primary functions: generating ideas for and leading implementation of Endowment digital strategies, overseeing events and developing and executing communications activities. Battery Powered is a member-founded, member-funded program of The Battery, a San Francisco social club. The Battery Powered program has garnered a reputation as one of the most innovative and successful giving programs of its time. Battery Powered is looking for an accomplished, energetic, and creative development professional to join the team. You’ll work closely with both the Co-Founders of The Battery and with Amplifier Strategies to activate generosity within The Battery membership.
The position reports directly to the President of The Battery Foundation, with tangential reporting to the General Manager of The Battery and the Director of Philanthropy at Amplifier Strategies. In its first year, Battery Powered activated $8M in generosity and enrolled 15% of the club’s membership (600 Battery Powered members, total membership of 3,500 and growing).
Identify, analyze, and propose innovative development strategies that facilitate donor engagement and the achievement of fundraising goals. We have retained Schaffer&Combs, a certified B Corporation, to support this high priority search.
Please include your name, the title for this position, and the company name (“Your name – Director of Development – The Battery”) in the subject line of your email. For more than thirty years, The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan has been working to improve the lives of people in our region – supporting education, arts and culture, health, human services, community development, and civic affairs.
More than that, though, we have helped to provide valuable leadership through very turbulent times. The Vice President of Marketing and Communications (VPMC) is an essential part of that strategy, and the successful candidate for this position will play an important role in advancing the effectiveness of the Foundation’s work.
The Vice President of Marketing and Communications leads communications and marketing implementation for the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan. As chief communications and marketing strategist, the VPMC is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive strategic marketing and communications plan for the Community Foundation.
Leadership – The communications team is led by the VPMC, who oversees the budget and is responsible for managing the communications team. Publications – The VPMC supervises the production of periodic publications and collateral materials for fundraising and special projects.
External relations – The VPMC handles all media inquiries, builds relationships with local media, and may serve as a spokesperson for the Community Foundation.
Organizational capacity – The VPMC and the communications team are charged with ensuring that all employees understand the Community Foundation’s core messages and training staff on communications best practices.
The event aimed to promote the discussion of the regulatory landscape in the European telecoms market and to gain valuable insight into the review of the regulatory framework.
This should be done while preserving what is at the root of its success – its underlying principles. The BEREC Chair Wilhelm Eschweiler took part in a panel discussion on so-called 4th Industrial Revolution: The Internet of Things and key policy challenges across the Atlantic. Against this background  he stressed the vital importance to have an enabling policy framework in place to unleash the potential economic and social benefits of applications for business and consumers. Bringing together representatives from the European Commission, the European Parliament, regulatory bodies and leading industry players, the IIC Telecommunications and Media Forum looked at how plans for the Digital Single Market are evolving and the challenge of balancing economic goals with consumer protection and sustainable development. It is important to bear in mind that achieving these European connectivity targets presents a different set of challenges in different Member States and more general needs a mix of different instruments.
The 2016 event focused on a large number of hot topics - for example - fibre-enabled services like eHealth, eGovernment financing and marketing of FTTH networks. These meetings focused on discussing the meanings of the provisions on reasonable traffic management, specialised services, transparency measures and commercial practices, including zero-rating.
This is especially true in the context of the long term connectivity needs of the EU, which has now a new strategy for the Digital Single Market (DSM).
Barros also participated at the panel on NGN regulation, focusing not only on asymmetric and symmetric regulatory remedies, but also on initiatives of co-investment aiming at fostering investment at fibre networks. Topics for discussion were the BEREC Work Programme 2016, a BEREC report on the Internet of Things, and an open session on the challenges and opportunities for Europe in the digital ecosystem. The participants of the forum recognized BEREC’s importance in assisting the European Commission on the Regulatory Framework review and were invited to pay more attention to investments in the internal market. New opportunities for growth and innovation are emerging in Europe, and it is crucial that the new regulatory requirements and challenges are anticipated and addressed at both national and European Union level, in a coordinated way. Therefore, to make the most of the European digital economy, it is necessary to break down existing barriers, and use a holistic approach to promote the required cross-sectoral measures.
In order to meet the long term connectivity needs of the European Union, exploit innovation and capitalize on the new digital economy, European regulators will need to have an active role and regulate and deregulate as and when needed.
The BEREC Chair 2015, Fatima Barros gave the keynote speech on the Digital Single Market, also stressing the recent agreement among the Council and the European Parliament on the Telecom Single Market, namely the abolishment of roaming tariffs by 2017 and the advancements on net neutrality.
The conference brought together more than 250 delegates and top level speakers, including the key European decision makers and representatives of the global spectrum communities. Efficient spectrum management is crucial for proper functioning of competition and the achievement of the goals set out in the Digital Agenda 2020. More specific information about the serious doubts of the European Commission and BEREC’s assessment can be found here. BEREC appreciates the holistic approach to promote cross-sectoral measures, considering all factors that have an impact on the completion of the digital single market.
BEREC would be glad to share with the EU Institutions its ideas on the specific solutions that the EC will propose.
The summit brought together more than 200 delegates, including the key European decision makers and leading industry stakeholders. Additionally, the BEREC Chair highlighted the need for telecom operators to develop new business models in order to be part of the new value chain. Fátima Barros, BEREC Chair 2015, welcomed the ITRE delegation to Riga and explained briefly the role of BEREC and of the BEREC Office.
BEREC advises the European Commission and its member NRAs, and assists the European Parliament and Council, on issues related to the application of the EU regulatory framework for electronic communications.
Fátima Barros) and there was active participation from around 70 representatives from regulators, manufacturers, disability associations, service providers, independent experts and from the European Commission.


These covered areas such as better monitoring, accessible information and better regulation. In order to emphasize the BEREC commitments to increase the transparency, for the first time the public debriefing was live streamed and the videos will be later available also on BEREC Youtube channel. The workshop benefited from the active participation of stakeholders, as well as from NRAs from markets which have experienced recent market consolidation. This was the first of a series of sessions for exchanging views with the European Commission aiming at supporting the Commission in its undertaking for the legislative review, in the context of the Digital Single Market (DSM).
The Digital Communications Manager will report directly to the Communications Director who has primary oversight of the Foundation’s communications.  This position also will work closely with other team members and departments. We aim for you to leave with scribbled notes of things that caught your attention — possibilities for your own organization and within your unique situation — and plenty of next steps. Our mission is to provide children with opportunity, empower parents with choice, and prove once and for all that zip codes do not determine destiny.
Our Communications team leads our organization in this effort to ensure that all stakeholders understand the role they play in pursuing Success Academy’s mission to change public education for all children.
Since opening our first school in Harlem in 2006, we have swiftly grown to 34 high-performing schools, from Bed-Stuy to the Bronx, serving approximately 11,000 kids.
We value excellence, ethics, and celebrate diversity, and are relentlessly committed to improving ourselves and our work to enhance the lives of our scholars. In 2015, FrameWorks was named one of nine Creative and Effective Organizations worldwide by the John D. The Project Director also assists the units’ researchers and associates by handling discrete tasks or client deliverables as assigned, and supports ongoing client relationships by acting as a liaison for the Director of Research and Director of Interpretation as directed. This work involves advanced planning with internal staff and external contractors as well as real-time troubleshooting.
Ensure transcriptionists receive and transcribe audio files in a timely manner and that contractors receive links to relevant folders. With a global presence of over 500 local chapters and membership approaching 20,000 teens, we bring Jewish teens together so they can form powerful, authentic relationships with each other and with inspiring adult role models. Reporting to the Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, the Director will work closely with both marketing and development teams to communicate the energy and impact of the BBYO teen experience in compelling ways, and support fundraisers in their efforts to communicate to donors in a compelling voice and with a storytelling approach. Excellent writing and analytical skills are required, and a writing sample is suggested with resume and cover letter.
Working closely with state and local partners in six states, we provide legal advocacy and leadership on priority regional issues relating to forests, the coast and wetlands, air and water pollution, and transportation and land use. This person will be based in our Virginia office in Charlottesville but the position will include traveling regularly to our Nashville office to work with our staff, partners, and media there. Over a 30 year span, we have elected and funded over 3,000 leading social entrepreneurs in more than 70 countries.
For this movement to succeed, we need a bold and sustainable global communications team and messaging effort that will effectively communicate our vision. They will be comfortable engaging prominent business, social, and government leaders—and eager to build bridges between the three sectors. This includes research, responding to media requests, providing information to the public, website and social network management, production of internal and external informational materials, drafting press releases, and public relations.
Made possible by Michael and Xochi Birch and the philanthropy team at Amplifier Strategies, the program is designed to help members explore themes, share ideas and activate their generosity to spark lasting change. You’ll analyze current giving levels and member engagement activities to develop strategic solutions for growing the Battery Powered community.
You will be expected to activate another $8M in new memberships and renewals the first year, and $12M in the second year.
Since our inception, we have distributed more than $825 million through more than 56,000 grants to nonprofit organizations throughout Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, Washtenaw, St. In addition to providing grants and working closely with our donors to help them achieve their philanthropic goals, we have used our reputation in the community as an honest broker, a trusted friend, and a respected voice to bring about positive change for millions of people.
The VPMC works closely with the President, Strategy Officer, and the three other Vice Presidents to help the Community Foundation achieve its programmatic and fundraising goals and to make sure the Foundation is an influential voice in Southeast Michigan and in philanthropy. The VPMC develops and manages the communications budget within established budgetary procedures. Historically, the Community Foundation has produced a printed annual report and at least three printed newsletters yearly. The communications team works to maximize inter-departmental communication and coordination.
In BEREC’s view the balanced set of objectives (promotion of competition and investment, the Internal market and end-user interests) is still valid and fit for purpose.
Focusing our view on future access regulation effective competition will remain key to meeting Europe‘s high speed broadband connectivity ambitions. Eschweiler emphasized, that the BEREC Work programme 2016 is seeking to address current regulatory challenges aiming to prepare for new challenges ahead resulting from market and technological developments. Further, while referring to the financial crisis effects on the telecom sector, as well as to the competitive pressure that telecom operators currently face within the sector and also from the new market players (OTTs), Prof. The evolution of the Internet and Internet-driven services like the presence of Content and Application Providers, the Internet of Things and Machine to Machine, Cloud Services and Cloud Computing, mean that some services will increasingly become available independent from location, device or platform. The Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe presented by the European Commission last May, goes in this direction and identifies the key role of telecommunications and the importance of appropriate regulation. The meeting has been hosted by the Spanish National Authority For Markets and Competition (CNMC). The Vice-Chair stressed that radio spectrum, though not a core competence of BEREC, remains an important part of its work and BEREC maintains close relations with relevant parties working on this subject matter, especially with the Radio Spectrum Policy Group. Finally, she mentioned that BEREC is working in close collaboration with the European Commission on the identification of the main regulatory issues that should be considered in the review of the regulatory framework for electronic communications. BEREC seeks to ensure fair competition and consistency of regulation in the internal market for electronic communications, for the benefit of European consumers.
More information about the specific topics for discussion can be found in the documents provided in the current section of the BEREC website. Hilton, who founded Hilton Hotels and left his fortune to help the world’s disadvantaged and vulnerable people. The Associate must have superior verbal and written skills with experience in media relations. NAPW seeks to build bridges across diverse public health and social justice movements, and to connect local organizing and activism with national advocacy and policy work. The Media & Communications Manager must be an excellent writer, comfortable working within the organization’s collaborative approach to writing, and give exceptional attention to detail. Since opening our first Harlem school in 2006, we have swiftly grown to 34 high-performing schools, from Bed-Stuy to the Bronx. We are seeking an ambitious, seasoned Managing Editor, Schools Communications who will hit the ground running at a forward driving, entrepreneurial, education reform organization seeking to eliminate the achievement gap in New York City. We are scaling to 100 great schools serving 50,000 children across New York City, bringing transformational change here and across the country. Compelling Jewish environments and experiences are created through travel programs, weekend retreats and community-based programs that encourage Jewish teens to feel pride in who they are, in control of their own destiny and a part of something greater than themselves.
Over its almost 30-year history, SELC has earned a reputation as one of the leading environmental organizations in the country.
Ashoka is seeking an entrepreneurial, creative, and dynamic innovator to lead its global communications team and transform how Ashoka engages with the world.
Excellent computer skills with competency required in Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook).
Each trimester, the Battery Powered community tackles a new theme, representative of some of the biggest issue areas of our time.
This success, coupled with The Battery’s positive reputation, gives the program strong convening power to draw both well-known experts and celebrity presenters to amplify its voice. These changemakers and influencers have both the capacity and motivation to make our society stronger, and you will connect them with the opportunity to do so in an innovative and deeply rewarding fashion. Our longer term vision for the program is to grant $10M a year in funding to amazing organizations.
The VPMC also provides education and mentoring, and identifies professional development opportunities for members of the team and other staff as appropriate. The VPMC collaborates with all staff to ensure the publication of updated and accurate information, and oversees the development of videos, podcasts, and other means of connecting digitally. The VPMC leads communications team efforts to develop news releases, public briefing materials, talking points, and presentations for speeches and external announcements.
The VPMC works closely with human resources to assist with the communications aspects of publicizing openings and recruiting candidates. Cardani (AGCOM) presented and discussed the broadband situation in Europe and shared the BEREC views  on the way towards the Digital Agenda targets. Barros stressed the challenges deriving from the said DSM, as well as from the framework review, briefly pointing out BEREC initiatives at this level. As part of the process to approve its annual work programme, BEREC is publicly consulting on the document. BEREC, the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications, will closely cooperate with the Commission in the Digital Single Market implementation and is already looking into possible areas of adjustment to the current electronic communications legislative framework. She outlined major trends in service usage and consumer expectations that need a relevant response. In particular, it provides expert advice on market definitions, analysis and remedies, on the definition of transnational markets, and on cross-border disputes and numbering issues.
The workshop was video-recorded and the recording will be made publicly available in the forthcoming days through the BEREC website. The Foundation currently conducts strategic initiatives in six priority areas: providing safe water, ending chronic homelessness, preventing substance use, helping children affected by HIV and AIDS, supporting transition-age youth in foster care, and extending Conrad Hilton’s support for the work of Catholic Sisters. The ideal candidate will be proficient in detailed Web and media research as well as the preparation of concise executive research summaries.
NAPW has a commitment to advancing the civil and human rights of all people including transgender people. Working collaboratively with the Executive Director (ED), Senior Management Team (SMT) and litigation team, the MCM will implement and manage a complete strategic communications plan, including message development, story placement, website maintenance and development of materials.
We are now scaling to 100 great schools across New York City, bringing transformational change here and across the country. We believe all children, regardless of zip code or family income, deserve the life-changing opportunities that a world-class education brings. At least one year of administrative experience at a nonprofit, academic institution or equivalent organization. The right candidate will create a strategic messaging plan, establish strong media relationships, effectively articulate the Ashoka vision, and identify opportunities to raise the level of awareness of social entrepreneurship as it relates to Everyone a Changemaker. They will have the ability to engage anyone, anywhere and share a compelling vision of Ashoka.
Requires proficiency with social media including but not limited to Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, Instagram, hashtags, and blogs. Over the course of the trimester we hear from experts and organizations on the front lines of some of society’s toughest challenges, and at the conclusion of each theme, members vote to financially back a selection of organizations.
Your passion for giving is infectious and the depth of your knowledge around philanthropy is exceptional.
The VPMC is responsible for providing feedback through regular performance reviews and goal setting. BEREC also provides expert opinions on emerging challenges including the promotion of broadband, net neutrality and converging markets, and plays an active role in public discussions on these issues. In addition, following selection by an independent international jury, the Foundation annually awards the $2 million Conrad N. The organization is actively involved in ongoing court challenges to punitive reproductive health and drug policies and provides litigation support in cases across the country. The Media & Communications Manager reports to the Executive Director (ED) and will act as the primary communications resource for NAPW.
Hilton Humanitarian Prize to a nonprofit organization doing extraordinary work to reduce human suffering.
Battery Powered has raised over $8M and awarded funds to 31 organizations that have a serious chance of making society stronger. In 2015, the Humanitarian Prize was awarded to Landesa, a Seattle-based land rights organization.



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