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Digital tools are essential for public participation in the age of COVID-19. This hands-on course will teach you to create online engagement campaigns that gather input creatively, enable collaborative online interactions, and sustain participation over time. We'll identify barriers to participation and examine strategies to build equity and inclusion online. Learn best practices for facilitating online meetings. Bring your questions and lessons learned, so we can learn from one another's engagement innovations during this global pandemic. Join by computer if possible (rather than tablet), as this course gives you an opportunity to experience both the convenor and participant sides of online participation.
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This webinar will include information about leveraging government access television at all times, including this current time, to enhance the efforts of local government to connect with their residents and stakeholders.  Presenters will also talk about differences in various forms of online engagement and when it might make sense to use them, as well as tips for turning your in-person meetings into virtual ones. We hope you will join us – register today!
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Thanks to the travel restrictions imposed due to Covid-19, TICTeC will not be going ahead in Reykjavik. Instead, we will be taking the TICTeC experience online. We very much hope you'll join us from the comfort of your own homes.

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This webinar is hosted by Bang the Table: With Covid-19 concerns and more public gatherings being cancelled or postponed each day, we want to share a few tips and reminders that may prove useful during this time. This webinar will focus on: How you may use EngagementHQ to communicate about the situation itself by linking … Continued
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Arcadis has revealed the names of the ten global start-ups, including two from the UK, that have been selected for the second wave of its Cit
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Open Data Day is here again! Join us March 7th, 2020 to imagine the next 10 years of open data in San Francisco and learn about ways to engage in this year's Census.
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Konveio Open Lab is our bi-weekly web meeting where we discuss content engagement challenges of our clients or followers. The goal is to explore solutions together, both with input from the Konveio team and other participants, and learn from each other along the way.

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More and more we hear about how Americans have become so divided that we cannot possibly understand one another, let alone find common ground or work together toward common ends. Based on our 40 years of public opinion research and hands-on community engagement experience we beg to differ.
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On 30 October 2019 IAP2 Australasia presented 21 Awards at the Core Values Awards Gala Dinner in Sydney at our 2019 Conference: Engagement Unlocked: Keys to trust, connection and potential.
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Bang the Table and Balancing Act are selling their software together, offering local government customers a platform to get citizens involved with detailed, do-it-at-home budget simulations.
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Plus, Code for Philly preps for month-long civic tech event; Maryland-based nonprofit creates mobile learning labs from old shipping containers; and Illinois is recruiting a chief data officer.
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Learn what techniques and tools are working today and how to evolve your practice to build an engaged community over the long term.

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From your Planning Directors to PIOs, each department in your agency has different reasons for why and methods as to how they use online community engagement. Join us for an interdepartmental tour of those why's and how's, featuring best practice examples from clients across the globe.
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Wants to know about standout products and services, lessons learned and challenges.
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Cities of Service received more than one hundred applications for the 2019 Engaged Cities Award from cities across the Americas and Europe. With help from an esteemed group of experts, Cities of Service chose 10 finalists, whose solutions achieved impact by engaging citizens in a variety of ways, including: impact volunteering, participatory design, crowdsourcing, and citizen-sourced data. Finalists tackled challenges related to the environment and sustainability, health and safety, neighborhood revitalization, and more.

All ten finalists combined bold mayoral leadership and the reach of city hall with the on-the-ground knowledge of citizens to address serious problems. Their incredible work demonstrates what cities can accomplish when they are open to the ideas and talents of citizens.

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Building on lessons learned from the program’s past, this year’s iteration will see the national civic tech group more closely integrating its fellowship program with its network of hyper-local brigades.
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Join IAP2 as they celebrate the best of the best in P2 in North America. Celebrating and learn about the amazing projects that have been taking place from the northern tips of Canada to the southern corners of the United States.

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Come help us chip away at civic problems by combining technology with the power of our community.
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The good folks at Participedia shared with us an exciting announcement – the launch of their newly revamped open collaboration website! The new Participedia.net site operates in a similar way as Wikipedia and is open for anyone to add resources related to civic engagement and democratic innovation
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Lou Huang, creator of Streetmix, will lead our next webinar on June 12 at 1 p.m. eastern time to discuss how technology can break down these barriers to participation and make engagement a more collaborative and cooperative process.
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Code for Miami began in 2013 as a group of weekly volunteers, trying to build technology for Miamians, by Miamians. Since then, a lot of amazing things have happened; we’ve hosted a dozen Civic…
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