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An interview with the International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

The International Network for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net) is a member-based network that connects NGO’s, social movements and advocates in more than 70 countries to create a global movement to make human rights and social justice a reality for all. Cividesk recently spoke with Thea Gelbspan, Membership and Solidarity Coordinator at ESCR-Net about how CiviCRM has improved the network’s communication with members and resulted in a strengthening of their organization at the global

Before the transition to CiviCRM, ESCR-Net did not have a comprehensive system of contact management for their data.They were using outdated Excel spreadsheets that contained some of their contacts, whereas other contacts were stored in staff’s email address books, in yahoo groups or on various computers.“Our data was decentralized including the most valuable information”, explained Thea, “making it necessary to contact a specific staff member to find the data needed to effectively coordinate a project”.The need of a centralized data system became essential in order to streamline communication outreach with members.

Click here to read the full article and learn more about how CiviCRM has helped  ESCR-Net to fulfill their mission.