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@participatory @democracy Digital Citizens Feedback Loops Hangout Webcast and Twitter Chat - Wed Feb 19

From: Steven Clift <clift@e-democracy.org>
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2014 10:41:32 -0600
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Digitial Citizens: How Feedback Loops can improve governance on
everything from potholes to voting

All the details: http://bit.ly/digcitsfeedback

Hosted on Wednesday by http://FeedbackLabs.org with Ashoka ChangeMakers.

1. 10:30 - Noon Eastern - Twitter chat #SocEntChat:
http://tweetchat.com/room/socentchat
https://twitter.com/search?q=%23socentchat

2. Noon - 1 pm Eastern - Watch webcast Google Hangout:
https://plus.google.com/u/1/events/c8f9pq9rmcaondhuh0ru1gkf604
(It will be recorded for on-demand access too)

Watch Tiago Peixoto @participatory and Steven Clift @democracy with
moderator Stephen Davenport @davenportsteve mix it up on the Hangout.


Details ...

From:
http://bit.ly/digcitsfeedback

Digitial Citizens: How Feedback Loops can improve governance on
everything from potholes to voting

A Twitter #SocEntChat and Google Hangout with Tiago Pexoto and Steven
Clift, moderated by Stephen Davenport, this Wednesday, February 19,
2014 from 10:30-1pm EST.

Citizens are increasingly using digital platforms to push government
to be more effective and efficient. How does this change the roles of
both citizens and government? What are the characteristics of the most
effective platforms in providing pathways for citizen feedback? This
social media event  brings together pioneers in supporting digital
citizens for a fast-paced and engaging discussion around these
questions and more.

We are continuing our social media conversation with a Twitter
#SocEntChat this Wednesday, February 19, 2013 from 10:30-12pm EST.
Here you will be able to learn more about feedback loops, their
saliency in your work and varying sectors; as well as information
about our ongoing competition.

This will be followed by a live-feed discussion on Google+ Hangout
from 12-1pm EST, with special guest panelists and moderator, who will
engage in an in-depth conversation regarding feedback loops' social
impact.

Confirm your participation and join the conversation clicking here.
More information about how to join at the end of the post.

Guests & Moderator

Guest: Steven Clift (@democracy) is an Ashoka Fellow, and founded
E-Democracy.org in 1994 - the world's first election information
website. His "government by day, citizen by night" insights were built
as leader of the State of Minnesota's first e-government initiative.
He spoke across 30 countries for over a decade from Estonia to Libya
to Mongolia on open government and civic participation to support
non-partisan, volunteer-powered efforts for inclusive online local
democracy. Today he is E-Democracy's Executive Director and leads a
dedicated team with the BeNeighbors.org effort to connect all
neighbors online (and off) in public life across race and ethnicity,
generations, immigrant and native-born, and more. In 2013, Clift was
honored as a White House Champion of Change for Open Government.

Guest: Tiago Peixoto (@participatory): having worked for 10 years as a
practitioner and researcher in the field of ICT and participatory
governance, Tiago is currently an open government specialist at the
ICT4Gov program of WBI's Open Government cluster. Prior to joining the
World Bank, Tiago has managed projects and worked as an advisor and
consultant for various organizations in the field of participation and
technology, such as the European Commission, OECD, the United Nations,
and the Brazilian and UK governments. He is also research coordinator
of the Electronic Democracy Centre, a joint venture of the European
University Institute, the University of Zurich and the Oxford Internet
Institute of the University of Oxford.

Moderator: Stephen Davenport is a member of the World Bank's Open
Government Practice with a focus on Citizen Engagement. With over 15
years of experience in technology and development, he has co-founded
innovations such as Feedback Labs, the OpenGov Hub, and AidData.org.
As an expert in aid management and information transparency, Stephen
has been at the forefront of the latest in cutting edge ICT4D
innovations. His efforts have also led to contributions to
international data standards such as the International Aid
Transparency Initiative (IATI).

Join the conversation

Twitter Chats (#SocEntChats) are real-time Twitter-based discussion
about social entrepreneurship, focused on specific issues, themes, and
events. They are designed to provide a forum for current and aspiring
social entrepreneurs, funders, media, and supporters to share their
ideas, discuss the state of the field, identify the latest
innovations, and pinpoint areas that require deeper exploration.

To join the conversation, log-in to your Twitter account a little
before 10:30am EST on February 19th, 2014 and follow the steps.

The #SocEntChat will be followed by a live Google+ Hangout, a social
media platform which allows live-feed video of a conversation over the
web. Just head to our event homepage at noon where the video will be
broadcast, then submit questions or comments via Twitter to
@changemakers or @feedbacklabs. We will collect these
questions/comments to incorporate into the conversation in real-time.

Any questions that weren't answered during the Twitter chat can be
submitted via Twitter to @changemakers or @feedbacklabs to be
considered for the Hangout.

Please feel free to share this event with others and looking forward
to your participation!


Steven Clift - http://stevenclift.com
  Executive Director - http://E-Democracy.org
  Twitter: http://twitter.com/democracy
  Tel/Text: +1.612.234.7072
Received on Tuesday, 18 February 2014 16:42:00 UTC

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