Posts Tagged "government"
Pathways to Participation is a new report from the UK that explores why and how people participate in their society. A critical finding for public engagement efforts is that too often public consultation changes nothing for citizens but a decreased willingness to continue to be engaged. Also useful is the findings on why participation starts, continues or stops.
Governments and organizations are all scrambling to develop the right guidelines for their employee’s use of social media. One of the biggest challenges is the blurring of personal and private ...
I’ve been participating for a while now in listserves about public engagement for strong, healthy democracies. One topic that sparks my passion is the role of digital media in creating sites of civic participation. Here’s one of my recent contributions.