FAQs About Digital Rights

FAQs about digital rights in online public engagement

Data privacy and security are hot button news issues right now. You only have to look at recent reporting around Facebook’s fast and loose attitude towards people’s private data and the European Union’s response to data privacy issues to see these issues are finally receiving the attention they deserve.

Karthik Reddy

Karthik Reddy

2 days ago

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ISO Security Standards

ISO security standards build trust in online public engagement

As governments continue to engage and activate their communities online, a focus on cybersecurity and privacy is needed to ensure you build and sustain your citizens’ trust. Before engaging a technology partner to help you connect with online communities, you will need to evaluate how secure and robust their platform is. How do you compare […]

Karthik Reddy

Karthik Reddy

1 month ago

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Business Case For Online Public Engagement

Bring Public Dialogue to You

This e-book explores the opportunities presented with online community engagement. This business case looks first at community engagement best practices and then explores the argument for using online tools alongside face-to-face engagement to build effective community relationships.

Sally Hussey

Sally Hussey

9 months ago

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Anonymity Improves Online Engagement

10 ways anonymity improves online public engagement

While there is some debate around how anonymity improves online engagement, we firmly believe in its value. Anonymity removes barriers to engagement, breaks down power relations and frees up individual expression. It means individuals regardless of race, sex, orientation or ability can contribute their opinions and the resulting input is of equal value, both to participants […]

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

3 years ago

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Mobile public engagement

Mobile public engagement

This article is a slide-deck for a presentation about mobile public engagement with smartphones delivered to the Australasian chapter of the IAP2 in November 2011.

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

4 years ago

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public engagement planning

Annual public engagement planning

Successful public engagement planning doesn’t happen by accident. It requires good quality strategic thinking, internal collaboration, time and resources. If the last year proved nothing else it was that a year can pass in a blink of an eye. Good planning (and good public engagement) takes time. January is a great time to take a […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

5 years ago

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positive public engagement

Motivating positive public engagement through love (rather than fear)

All too often, the easiest way to get people to engage about public policy is to threaten to take something away from them. This post is about taking the opposite approach in order to achieve positive public engagement. A while back I was half of a panel, alongside Tom Uglow from Google Creative Labs’ Sydney […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

5 years ago

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