G4CGames for Change (New York, NY)
G4CGovernment for Citizen
G4CGeneration for Collaboration (UK)
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The G4c has a 5-inch display and LG says comes with "features and styling in a more compact form factor".
The G4C's annual festival invites gaming professionals, nonprofits and academia to discuss how games have, and will, "affect the social sphere.
To continue raising awareness, G4C is building buzz through its own Games for Change Festival, now in its fifth year.
(6.) Major e-Government Projects of Korea include 1) Government for Citizen (G4C) systems; 2) Social Insurance Information Sharing Systems; 3) Home Tax Service Systems; 4) Government e-Procurement Systems; 5) National Finance Information Systems; 6) National Education Information Systems; 7) Local Government Information Network Systems; 8) Personnel Policy Support Systems; 9) e-Approval and e-Document between agencies; 10) e-Signature and e-Seal Systems for e-Administration; and 11) Government-wide integrated computer network (Special Committee for e-Government, 2003 a).
The fantastic evening saw headline sponsors, Northern Counties Builders Federation, presenting the Award for G4C - Future Leader to Irina Korneychuk, nominated and employed by FaulknerBrowns Architects.
Our Generation4Change (G4C) group is made up of young people, up to the age of 35, employed in the industry who actively work in schools, with teachers and careers professionals to help promote careers in construction.
For the third year running the Generation4Change (G4C) North East Awards will also be celebrating the outstanding examples of excellence and best practice from those up and coming in the industry.
I have grown in confidence in what I feel I am able to offer the next generation and I've developed an insight into the reasons for the skills gap and how within G4C, the network for young professionals in the industry, we can do something about this.
Young Achiever - G4C Award Sponsored by || Highly Commended: Eve Wilson - nominated by Turner & Townsend || Winner: David Williams - nominated by Balfour Beatty On April 28 the industry celebrated the outstanding contribution young people make to the North East construction industry at the second Generation4Change Awards.
During the event a Question Time panel with the G4C North East professionals of the industry will be held, discussing skills, collaborative working and their views for the future.
Among the panellists was our Generation4Change (G4C) chair, Natalie Keyes, who delivered her opinion on equality, gender, race and religion.
<BNatacha Redon was represented the Young Achiever - G4C Award by president of NCBF Jeff Alexander