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at the 4th ENoLL Summer School in Manchester. By Peoples Voice Media, Teresa Wil

at the 4th ENoLL Summer School in Manchester. By Peoples Voice Media, Teresa Wil

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  • WS  13  Listening  Ci.es  as  Smart  Ci.es   Thursday  (29/8)    11:00  –  12:30    NAD  106       The  4th  ENoLL  Living  Lab  Summer  School     27th-­‐30  August  2013   Manchester  School  of  Arts     Teresa  Wilson  /  @peoplesvoice  /  #ENCR  /  #ENoLL    
  • WHO?   WHAT?   WHY?   CAFÉ!   European  Network  of   Community  Reporters  
  • Aims  of  ENCR  
  • Membership  
  • Membership  
  • Membership   Champion,  raise  profile,  iden.fy  opportunity   Implement  opportuni.es,  offer  reach  into  community   EXPERIMENTATION  AND  FEEDBACK  
  • Ci.zen  Journalism  vs  Community  Repor.ng   What  is  Community  Repor.ng?  
  • Challenging  percep.ons   What  is  Community  Repor.ng?   Describing  their  own  reality  
  • Survey  of  Social  Licensees  November  2012   Why  Community  Repor.ng?       Strongly   Agree   Agree   Neutral   Disagree   Strongly   Disagree   Increase   community   voice   87.5%   12.5%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%   Access  training   materials   50.0%   37.5%   0.0%   12.5%   0.05   Be  part  of   naRonal   network   14.3%   85.7%   0.0%   0.0%   0.0%   Gain  Access  to   funding   25.0%   0.0%   50.0%   25.0%   0.0%   Raise  profile  of   organizaRon   12.5%   50.0%   37.5%   0.0%   0.0%   Increasing   sustainability   of  organizaRon     25.0%   62.5%   12.5%   0.0%   0.0%   PracRcal  help   for  developing   new  markets   and  products   0.0%   75.0%   25.0%   0.0%   0.0%  
  • What’s  the  point  of  having  a  voice  if  no  one  is  listening?   Why  Community  Repor.ng?  
  • peoplesvoicemedia.co.uk  /  Community  Voices  in  Health   Some  successes   Working  within   Commissioner   Framework     100+  targeted   stories  in  a   month  
  • Voices  of  Britain  /  #VoicesOfBritain  /  #Condi.onOfBritain   Some  successes   Supplement  to   ‘tradi.onal’   research  and   data  gathering     Analysis  built  in   to  model  
  • hfp://issyreportages.wordpress.com/   Some  successes   Began  as   methodology  for   gathering   ci.zen’s  views   on  new   development     Evolved  into   youth   engagement  tool  
  • Summary   Community  Repor.ng  is  great  for  gegng  the  ‘noise’   How  do  we  turn  this  into  a  useable  signal?     The  ENCR  offers  incredible  reach  into  communi.es   Who  could  most  benefit  from  this?     CR  offers  effec.ve  engagement  methodology   Where  is  the  ROI  on  engagement?     Any  quesRons  before  we  progress?  
  • Welcome  to  the  Café!   The  rules  of  the  Café  are:     •  Discuss  /  Par.cipate  /  Doodle  /  Snack   •  Words,  pictures,  diagrams  all  welcome   •  15  minutes  per  table  then  move  on   •  I  will  recording  your  thoughts  on  camera   •  Feedback  at  the  end   Enjoy  your  discussions  –  please  ask  ques.ons