- n. Plural form of convenor.
“Socialreporter | Clay Shirky: nonprofits must become new-style convenors – or lose their members”
“This might include thinking about new models of support, including changing from being producers of support to aggregators and convenors, helping organisations to connect to each other.”
“I don't know exactly what success looks like, but it would most likely include all sorts of person to person interaction: activities, meetings of significant community leaders and include roles for observers, validators, surrogates, convenors ... a fantastic challenge of coordinated human communication -- one that can't be done by ISAF or any outsider.”
“None of this is being adequately reported by Labour/BBC who would prefer to give credence to the ramblings of an assortment of union convenors and polytechnic lecturers who infest this corrupt regime.”
“Today the Board of Directors of the World Summit Award and the convenors of the World Summit Award, among which the Austrian government have confirmed the winners and have offcially announced them.”
“All the voting will be done, and all the votes will be recorded in the minutes to be submitted to the board of the World Summit Award and to the convenors of the competition, amongst others the Austrian government.”
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“News organizations should be convenors of social networks and conversations.”
“Delegates at the convention, attended mainly by disgruntled ANC supporters who believe the party is moving away from its founding principles, were earlier urged to be careful about what they sang after the convention's convenors criticized some of the songs belted out thunderously at ANC events.”
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