Posted on June 19, 2014 by Nick Booth in Citizen Journalism, Government, Hyperlocal, Local Government, Neighbourhoods, Policing, Social Housing, Social Media
There’s a conversation going on in South Birmingham – led by Karen Cheney and Austin Rodriguez and others – about how to get more public democratic processes shared more widely. This builds on various work (including a Cllr in Billesley buying some kit to live stream for the first time their ward ctte meeting). At […]
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Posted on October 22, 2013 by Steph Clarke in Hyperlocal, Local Government, Miscellaneous, Neighbourhoods, Policing, Social Media
Working with the Community Safety Partnerships in Birmingham has allowed us to help partners start great conversations across the city. In North Birmingham a whole host of police officers are now tweeting and community groups are starting to organise themselves online. In South Birmingham a whole spectrum of people from the Community Safety Partnership now blog & […]
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Posted on June 6, 2013 by Nick Booth in Hyperlocal, Local Government, Policing, Social Media Surgery
I’m probably going to cover to much ground in this and waffle a bit. So lets start with something you can get a handle on: Award the first…. A week or two ago we picked up an Adult Learners Week 2013 Award for the Social Media Surgeries. It was an honour and I think […]
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Posted on December 7, 2012 by Nick Booth in Big Society, Clean & Green, Hyperlocal, Local Government, Neighbourhoods, Policing, Social Media Surgery
This picture shows three hyperlocal bloggers all come together through yesterday’s first Three Estates Kings Norton social media surgery. On the left is Lynn Horsnett of the Friends of Kings Norton Park. She came along for some tips – having started a blog. We helped her make it more blog like – activating comments and […]
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