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Noel Dickover joined Wayne Moses Burke's group
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Civil Society 2.0

Exploring applications of technology to ensure civil society organizations operate more effectively and collaboratively. Conference on Nov 4, unconference on Nov 5. Sign up at the URL below.
Oct 13, 2010
Tapan S. Parikh commented on Noel Dickover's blog post What is Civil Society 2.0?
"Great point. Distributed problem-solving opportunities are compelling, and we have also been thinking and doing more in that area recently. This approach is particularly compelling for events like disasters, as you mention, which you can rally…"
Sep 15, 2010

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Noel Dickover commented on Noel Dickover's blog post What is Civil Society 2.0?
"Hi Tapan, excellent paper. There is about a 100% correlation in what we are doing that supports the wonderful efforts you've clearly been engaged at for a long time. The whole thrust here is to bring new technology volunteers to the table.…"
Sep 15, 2010
Tapan S. Parikh commented on Noel Dickover's blog post What is Civil Society 2.0?
"See this article: Engineering Rural Development: Improving the Performance and Accountability of Civil Society Organizations, Communications of the ACM, Vol. 52, No. 1, January 2009 Contact me if you find anything useful. Ive been pursuing this…"
Sep 15, 2010

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What is Civil Society 2.0? (White Paper)

Civil Society (CS) 2.0 is an effort of the State Department to galvanize the technology community to assist CS organizations across the globe by providing capabilities, resources and assistance to enable CS organizations to harness the latest ICT advances and build their digital capacity. Through CS 2.0, new CS efforts will be cultivated and existing CS organizations will have ready-made avenues to quickly understand, access and use the latest technologies to better organize, communicate, raise…See More
Sep 15, 2010

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What is Civil Society 2.0? (White Paper)

Posted on September 27, 2010 at 1:00pm 3 Comments

Civil Society (CS) 2.0 is an effort of the State Department to galvanize the technology community to assist CS organizations across the globe by providing capabilities, resources and assistance to enable CS organizations to harness the latest ICT advances and build their digital capacity. Through CS 2.0, new CS efforts will be cultivated and existing CS organizations will have ready-made avenues to quickly understand, access and use the latest technologies to better organize,…

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