- We’ve closed the Korean teachers’ campaign and will soon be receiving a report back on the results.
- The Cambodia campaign, launched yesterday, is taking off very quickly — already considerably larger than the Carnival (Crown Holdings) campaign launched a week earlier.
- We’re now running our first campaign ever in Ukrainian.
- I’m off to Berlin tomorrow with Tom to meet with the organizing committee.
- At the moment we have 260 registrants for the conference, 54 of them from Germany, 40 from the UK.
- We’ve updated the database adding a number of new fields to begin recording where people will stay, their flight details, contact phone numbers, etc. This information will be added by the conference organizers.
We’ve just heard from Dan Gallin that he’s assembled the texts for our next book, which we can now begin to produce and sell. This will be LabourStart’s fourth book.
We had a problem with Sendy, trying to resolve it with help from them.
Derek and Andy have made several suggestions for improvements which we’ve begun to implement.
- We’re about to do the quarterly fundraising mailing to people who regularly support our online campaigns.
- I’ve also written to all our correspondents about the Svensson prize (having already told our entire list about it) and fingers crossed maybe this year LabourStart will be considered for this.
We now have a Vietnamese English-language newswire at the request of our comrades in Australia, and it appears on the website of the committee to protect Vietnamese workers.
We’re adding additional languages to allow new correspondents to post news without having to deal with an English interface. The Finnish one is now ready and others are on their way.