Governance Issues & Strategies
Debate Shirky / Morozov
Stanford Social Innovation Review : Opinion Blog : Twitter Diplo Ever since young activists around the world started using Twitter and Facebook last year to organize massively successful pro-democracy protests against their governments—unemployed engineer Oscar Morales’ 30-day Facebook campaign that turned out 14 million against FARC in Colombia was the first such mass-scale effort—the U.S. State Department has been sitting up, taking notice, and reaching out to join the party. In the days after last fall’s presidential election, President Obama’s social media team began organizing a nonprofit coalition of these cause-wired, global youth activists, inviting the most powerful to Columbia University last December for a conference cosponsored by Facebook, Google, MTV, and Howcast Media.
Blogs and Bullets: Evaluating the Impact of New Media on Conflic The Center of Innovation for Science, Technology, and Peacebuilding at the U.S.
Governance & Trust
Governance and the Small, Religiously Affiliated Social Service Provider
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Building Up Congregations and Their Leaders by Dan Hotchkiss The envelope please! Runner-up for Most Influential Book as rated by American clergy is …