January 22, 2010

Fly with the Firefly Brigade

Start:     Jan 24, '10 08:00a
End:     Jan 24, '10 2:00p
Location:     169 Kamias Road corner Langka St., Kamias, Quezon City
Check this out...

Firefly Brigade Activities this weekend, January 24

Happening at 169 Kamias Road near corner Langka St., Kamias, Quezon City

1) Membership Orientation Workshop, January 24, 9.00am-1.00pm

You've been joining our rides, you're already online members...
it's about time you take your Firefly Brigade support to the next level...
Be a Firefly Brigade Core Member!

The Firefly Brigade is now inviting interested applicants for the

Basic Firefly Flight Training (FFT), a 3-Sunday workshop on Bike Safety, Bike Maintenance, Road Etiquette, and the Firefly Brigade work which will start on Sunday, January 24, from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

Registration: 8.30am
Venue: Firefly Brigade Headquarters, 169 Kamias Road near corner Langka St., Kamias, Quezon City.

Application Fee: Php100.00

Bring: pen, paper or notebook, personal snacks & drinks, own bike (if you don't have one yet, please inform us)

For inquiries, please contact:
Rosar Crisostomo
VP & Membership Head
rosar_c@yahoo. com

Multiply: tourofthefirelies. multiply. com
Twitter: fireflybrigade
Website: fireflybrigade. org


2) Garage Sale - Firefly Brigade Merchandise and Members' Garage Sale P20 up
January 24, Sunday, 8.00am-2.00pm

Firefly Brigade Tour & Advocacy Shirts - P100-250
Firefly Brigade Tour & Advocacy Jerseys - P100-250
Deuter Bags, Firefly Lighting Bulbs, Spyder Shades, Zefal Pumps etc.

Please pass on this bulletin to your cycling friends :) Thank you!

January 5, 2010

“Global World: Through the Lens of Human Rights” photo contest

Start:     Feb 1, '10
End:     Feb 5, '10
Location:     Slovenia
DEADLINE: Ekvilib Institute's (Slovenia) international photo contest “Global World: Through the Lens of Human Rights.”

Topic 2009: The topic of this year’s contest are economic, social and cultural rights, which, in spite of massive violations, are still being neglected in human rights debates and are often represented in ways that lead to stereotypes and generalizations.

Prize for the winning photo or photo story: Reimbursement of travel and living expenses in a selected developing country in the total amount of 1.000 EUR, with ensured contacts with Ekvilib’s Institute partner organisations working in the field of human rights in the chosen country.

Who can participate: both professional photographers and other interested individuals, who share the vision and passion to contribute to a more just and balanced global development, and to a socially responsible representation of global development challenges.

Jury: Adriana Zehbrauskas (Polaris Images), Murad Sezer (Reuters Turkey), Jože Vogrinc, PhD (Faculty of Arts at the University of Ljubljana), Max Zimani (The Association African Center, Slovenia), Anita Ramšak (Ekvilib Institute).

Deadline: February 1st 2010

More information available at: http://www.ekvilib.org/en/photo-contest-2009 or alma@ekvilib.org.