Monthly Archives: June 2010

23 06, 2010

Reinhard Mohn Prize 2011: Vitalizing Democracy through Participation

By | June 23rd, 2010|Europe, Radar|1 Comment

Gütersloh, Germany-based Bertelsmann Stiftung, one of Germany's largest foundations, just launched vitalizing-democracy.org, the theme site for their 2011 Reinhard Mohn Prize. From the welcome post: Welcome to our platform! On 23 June 2010, the Bertelsmann Stiftung launched this website in order to search for prize-worthy projects for the Reinhard Mohn Prize 2011. With the forthcoming prize in [...]

17 06, 2010

E-Participation in Context (Part 1): Institutional Backing

By | June 17th, 2010|E-participation|3 Comments

This post is part of a series of discussion starters on contextual aspects of e-participation. Contributed by our student intern, they are inspired by his master thesis research. In deciding if and what kind of e-participation processes to initiate, it is important to consider not only the capacity available on the side of the host [...]

8 06, 2010

Public Participation as Community Problem Solving

By | June 8th, 2010|Community|1 Comment

I'll be attending the Online Community Unconference 2010 in Mountain View, CA tomorrow. Been meaning to go for a while now and the date finally worked out this year. I believe there is a lot of potential in figuring out ways we can make online participation more community-oriented. There will be a ton of pretty bright folks [...]

2 06, 2010

IAP2/NCDD NorCal Lunch Webinar on Stakeholder Score

By | June 2nd, 2010|Uncategorized|1 Comment

Our local IAP2/NCDD group is doing another lunch webinar this Friday, June 4 at 12 noon: About the Stakeholder Score Webinar Environmental sustainability efforts not only reduce company risks, but are emerging as a source of competitive advantage. Sustainability is increasingly central to the operations and ongoing reporting of companies, and increasingly corporate executives are [...]

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