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National Compact Social Network Launched


17 March 2010 at 5:31 pm
Staff Reporter
Social network website 'Compact Voice Australia' designed to promote conversation about the National Compact.

Staff Reporter | 17 March 2010 at 5:31 pm


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National Compact Social Network Launched
17 March 2010 at 5:31 pm

The Federal Government has launched ‘Compact Voice Australia’ – a social network website designed to promote conversation about the National Compact.

Compact Voice Australia aims to provide communication tools to help the Sector to develop, innovate and promote the aspirations of the Compact, according to the website.

Users of the website are able to create their own user profiles, interact with other members, access resources for the Sector, discuss issues including the National Compact in the Discussion Forum, create groups around particular issues and interests, and create their own blog posts.

Responding to the question, ‘Why are you here?’, users have said:

To share in the ideas and discussion around the National Compact. – Silvia Bethencourt, TRI Community Exchange

To me, the Australian Compact represents a new and exciting relationship between government and our non profit sector which plays such an important role in maintaining the Australian way of life. – Nicholas S

The website can link up with other social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook.

To sign up, visit compactvoiceaustralia.ning.com



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