NXNEi activism slideshare #3

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I had to remove Greenpeace's The Socoal Network video, but you can find it on You Tube. (The file was too big.)

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  • To get things done , Crabgrass provides tools like task list management, meeting scheduling, asset management, wiki, and decision making.When it is time to get the word out , Crabgrass allows groups to create a customized home page where a group can list their event calendar, blog postings, and other public content.To help collaborate , Crabgrass allows users to rate content, add keywords to content, comment on content, annotate content, alert others to content you need their feedback on, and track participation and revisions. Additionally, Crabgrass comes with many tools for democratic decision making.Since no group is an island, Crabgrass allows groups to create networks with other independent groups. These networks provide a place to work together on shared content and make decisions. Alternately, you can share a single document if that is the extent of the cooperation (in development).
  • GetUpis an independent, grass-roots community advocacy organisation giving everyday Australians opportunities to get involved and hold politicians accountable on important issues. Whether it is sending an email to a member of parliament, engaging with the media, attending an event or helping to get a television ad on the air, GetUp members take targeted, coordinated and strategic action. The MoveOn family of organizations brings real Americans back into the political process. Global Voices is a community of more than 300 bloggers and translators around the world who work together to bring you reports from blogs and citizen media everywhere, with emphasis on voices that are not ordinarily heard in international mainstream media.
  • Authoritarian regimes around the world are using software developed in the United States and Canada to control the flow of information online and prevent citizens from freely accessing the Internet, according to a new report from the OpenNet Initiative.Governments in at least nine Middle Eastern and North African states — including Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Yemen, Sudan and Tunisia — are using technologies developed in North America to impede and prevent access to various sources of online content.
  • Authoritarian regimes around the world are using software developed in the United States and Canada to control the flow of information online and prevent citizens from freely accessing the Internet, according to a new report from the OpenNet Initiative.Governments in at least nine Middle Eastern and North African states — including Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Yemen, Sudan and Tunisia — are using technologies developed in North America to impede and prevent access to various sources of online content.
  • NXNEi activism slideshare #3

    1. 1. Use social tools to organize groups<br />
    2. 2. Identify local network leaders <br />
    3. 3. Use social activism resources to help with strategy<br />
    4. 4. Make it personal<br />“I do not think for one moment that @PresidentAz reads anything I write with my thumbs. But I do know that we all contributed to a critical mass of short sentences that together was of a significant size to be noticed. It is definitely the case that Azerbaijani officials, linguists and supporters would have been aware of this chatter.” Robert Sharp, Liberal Conspiracy, 27.05.11<br />
    5. 5. Create content that rocks<br />
    6. 6. Repression 2.0<br />“States are adopting repression 2.0 just as quickly as activists are moving in the other direction.” Robert Diebert, The Citizen Lab @ Mesh 2011<br />
    7. 7. Repression 2.0<br />Liberation technology: hackers and others are working to circumvent repression <br />
    8. 8. Boyd Neil@boydneilwww.boydneil.com416.413.4626<br />

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