MOBILIZATION OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE DEMOCRATIC CONGO

Civil Society Internet Portal in DRC

Tuesday 21 October 2003, by Michel LAMBERT

All the versions of this article: [English] [français]

Since May 2002, Alternatives has supported the implementation of the civil society Internet portal in DRC, which is THE virtual meeting place for Congolese civil society. It offers the benefits of a dynamic Internet presence to all civil society networks and organizations and at the same time introduces civil society organizations, their actions and their ideas.

The Internet portal aims to be the voice of civil society in DRC. It demonstrates all of the richness of Congolese civil society as well as the extent of its involvement in the country’s development. In particular, it wishes to highlight the perspectives of Congolese civil society during the current democratic transition process.

The Internet portal advocates a philosophy of INDEPENDENT publishing by Congolese organizations.

http://societecivile.cd


Michel Lambert is the Director of the Kinshasa branch of Alternatives

À propos de Michel LAMBERT

Executive Director

Co-founder of Alternatives, Michel Lambert believes in the importance of uniting groups and organizations of the civil society, here and in the rest of the world, to promote democratic principles, equality and fairness for all.

Prior to being nominated Executive Director in 2007, he established and developed various international solidarity programs at Alternatives, initiated innovative global justice campaigns with civil society groups and trade unions in Quebec and Canada, and directed the Alternatives’ Democratic Republic of Congo branch from 2002 to 2005.

Michel Lambert is a member of the Board of Directors of the Alternatives International Federation, , the Board of the Association québécoise des organisme de coopération internationle (AQOCI) as well as the organization Alliance syndicats et tiers-monde. He was on Executive Council of the Association for the Progress of Communications (APC) between 2008 and 2011 and of Food Secure Canada between 2009-2012.

Michel Lambert also represents Alternatives at the International Council of the World Social Forum and within various coalitions in Quebec and Canada like Pas de démocratie sans voix, Voices/voix and the Réseau québécois de l’intégration continentale - RQIC.

Read Michel Lambert (in French) in our Journal des alternatives, the Huffington Post Quebec, or on Rabble.ca and Tweeter(Bilingual)

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