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[liberationtech] Governments-citizen and crowdsourcing

Rieneke van Santen rvansanten at radiozamaneh.com
Mon Jan 9 06:48:23 PST 2012


Oh and the fun part about the online campaign was the opportunity for
participants to leave a video message for the Minister of Development
Cooperation or chat with Dutch celebrities about fairtrade food..

Rieneke

On 9 January 2012 15:42, Rieneke van Santen <rvansanten at radiozamaneh.com>wrote:

> Hello Tarik,
>
> Sounds like an interesting research. I'm not sure if this is what you're
> looking for, but in The Netherlands we had a participatory campaign
> initiated by the government to engage youngsters in the MDGs and to promote
> the governments activities (in 2009). It was a package of online action and
> nation wide events. They created a digital 'Millennium Train' with the aim
> for young people to 'get on board'  and show their support and educate
> themselves. I checked some sources but the website is not online anymore (
> www.milleniumtour2009.nl) and other sources are all in Dutch. Do let me
> know if you are interested in further information and what kind of
> information you are looking for..
>
> In line of my work as a communication trainer for governments of
> developing countries I'm sure I can find many more examples, but I'll need
> to check some of the material..
>
> Best regards,
>
> Rieneke Van Santen
>
> On 9 January 2012 14:22, Tarik Nesh-Nash <tarikn at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I am investigating models where the government engage online with
>> citizens and promote their participation on public affaires. I would recall
>> the US project (We, the People). I am looking for different projects in
>> different countries.
>>
>> Any thoughts or pointers on this?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Tarik
>>
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