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Last Updated: Monday, 31 October 2005, 17:07 GMT
About this website
The World Have Your Say website is going to act and look a little different than the rest of the BBC News website.

We're going to try some new things. The whole point of this website and the programme is open up a global conversation.

You talk about news in where you live, and through the power of the internet and other new technologies and the power of a relatively old technology - radio - we're going to bring you voices and conversations from around the world.

We want you to talk to us and talk to each other about the issues that are important to you.

This website is going to be a rolling conversation. We'll start the day letting you know what topics caught our eye.

If we missed something, drop us a line. Go here to find all the ways to contact us.

If you want to join the conversation, and we hope you do, send us an e-mail, comment here, send us an audio comment.

We'll pack quite a lot into an hour of radio, but what begins on-air, will continue online.

If we don't get to your e-mail while we're on the air, check back here on the website. We'll post more comments here.

This is what we hope to accomplish, and the website is an important part of that. This is just a start, and the website will be constantly evolving.

If the site or something on it doesn't make sense, drop us an e-mail. Consider this website an open door into our studio.

Have a suggestion on how to make the website better? Let us know.

Welcome to our website. This is just the beginning.

Kevin Anderson, World Have Your Say

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