21Publish chosen to provide blogs for Amnesty International

Filed as General on April 27, 2005 9:56 am

by Duncan

Community blogging host 21Publish has signed a licensing deal with Amnesty International Germany to build a fully customized blogging community where local amnesty chapters can set up and run individual blogs with a standardized design,that will identify them as Amnesty International blogs.

“The participation of our local groups is an extremely important part of our battle for human rights. With 21publish we will be able to provide a voice on the Internet to all of our local groups and to strengthen Amnesty’s presence on the Internet” said Klaus H. Walter of Amnesty International Germany. “We selected 21Publish because it allows to conveniently manage a service for hundreds of weblogs with no programming, no installation and no maintenance cost on our side.”

“We are thrilled that amnesty international Germany has selected us to provide a solution for their web publishing needs,” said Wiskemann. “21Publish will allow amnesty international to benefit from a distributed content management that enables independent blog sites and additional fund raising”.

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