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This presentation was given to the 3rd public meeting of Amplified Leicester. Amplified Leicester is a city-wide experiment in using social media.

This presentation was given to the 3rd public meeting of Amplified Leicester. Amplified Leicester is a city-wide experiment in using social media.

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Amplified Leicester Amplified Leicester Presentation Transcript

  • DIY community A chat with Amplified Leicester Katherine Hui 19th May 2010
  • Social Innovation Camp brings together ideas, people and digital tools to build web-based solutions to social problems – from hacking together some software to working out how you'd sustain an idea - all in just 48 hours.
  • Green Thing is a public service that inspires people to lead a greener life. With the help of brilliant videos and inspiring stories from creative people and community members in 205 countries, Green Thing focuses on seven things you can do - and enjoy doing.
  • Today’s blueprint
    • Technology to organise things differently and address social needs
    • Using technology to create fundamental changes
    • Engaging with stakeholders and local authorities
  • Using the technology to organise differently
  • Using the technology to address social needs Have a Go Heroes is a web-based project that helps support carers and those cared for with simple everyday tasks.
  • Communities and Technology and fundamental change
    • Changing the energy sector
    • Community generated power
    • Decentralised power systems
  • Technology influencing public services
  • Engaging with Stakeholders and funders
  • What about local authorities?
    • A few examples and a few (unwritten) rules
  • The Case in Birmingham
  • MyPolice.org versus Mypolice.org.uk
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  • Some things to think about
    • How to address local needs
    • Ways of including/ consulting ‘unamplified’individuals
    • Increased collaboration and strengthening of relationships
  • Questions? www.katee.org [email_address]