Monthly Archives: May 2015

28 05, 2015

IAP2 Spectrum Review: The Big Picture

By | May 28th, 2015|Public Participation|3 Comments

If your work has anything even remotely to do with public participation (or public involvement, or community engagement, or collaborative governance, or whatever term people tend to prefer in your part of the world), you've probably heard of the IAP2 Spectrum of Public Participation (PDF). We've certainly mentioned it more than a few times here on this blog. [...]

7 05, 2015

Today Is European E-Participation Day

By | May 7th, 2015|E-participation, Europe|0 Comments

Today is European E-Participation Day! From the e-uropa website: About E-Participation is citizens’ participation in policies and policy-making through the help of ICT tools – e.g. signing an online petition for saving a forest or commenting on your mayor’s proposal to renovate a school. Many people don’t know that these online tools exist. We want [...]

1 05, 2015

Experience Engagement: Unconference Focused on Journalism and Community Engagement

By | May 1st, 2015|Community Engagement, Events, Journalism and Media|0 Comments

Journalism That Matters and University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication Agora Journalism Center just announced an unconference exploring the intersection of journalism and community engagement, happening October 1-4, 2015, in Portland, OR: From the Journalism that Matters website: Interested in taking your community engagement work to the next level? Connect with others who [...]