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Transparency International Workshop

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Presentations for workshops I gave at the Transparency International Annual Meeting on the use of social media to fight corruption.

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Transparency International Workshop

  1. 1. Fighting Corruption in the Age of Social Media every citizen is a monitor Mary Joyce :: DigiActive.org :: Transparency International Annual Meeting :: October 2009 (photo: New York Times)
  2. 2. New Media Operations Manager Obama for America photo: Chris Hughes
  3. 3. Co-founder DigiActive.org photo: Chris Hughes
  4. 4. social media = applications for creating and sharing content photo: New York Times
  5. 5. social media = many-to-many content sharing photo: New York Times
  6. 6. Flickr photo: New York Times Facebook wikis blogs YouTube Social media A Note on Terminology
  7. 7. Flickr photo: New York Times Facebook wikis blogs YouTube Social media A Note on Terminology Web 2.0
  8. 8. Citizens are recording their own content Photo: Flickr/mohit.ed
  9. 9. and posting it all over the net Photo: Flickr/mohit.ed
  10. 10. It is a form of self-expression, Photo: Flickr/juanpol both political and personal
  11. 11. The challenge for Photo: Flickr/gcbb Transparency International is to absorb these new participants and inspire them to greater efforts.
  12. 12. Examples : Photo: Flickr/JacobRuff How social media is fighting corruption
  13. 13. Examples : Photo: Flickr/J acobRuff How social media is fighting corruption 1) Exposing corruption
  14. 14. Examples : Photo: Flickr/J acobRuff How social media is fighting corruption 1) Exposing corruption 2) Coordinating response
  15. 15. Examples : Photo: Flickr/J acobRuff How social media is fighting corruption 1) Exposing corruption 2) Coordinating response + New practices you create
  16. 16. Exposing Corruption Photo: Flickr/Subharnab key dynamic: sharing content
  17. 17. On the net, to expose is to broadcast with blogs, social networks, video… Photo: Flickr/House of Sims
  18. 18. Increased access to content publishing means increased ability to Photo: Flickr/jared broadcast evidence of corruption.
  19. 19. Blogging Congo (Kinshasa) Photo: Current TV
  20. 20. Collaborative Blogging China Photo: hearttoheart blog
  21. 21. Video Malaysia Photo: jacoblee776
  22. 22. Digital Photos Congo (Brazzaville) Photo: jacoblee776
  23. 23. Wikis United States of America Photo: Wikileaks.org
  24. 24. Organizing Protest Coordinating Response Photo: Flickr/apt tyreseus key dynamic: collective action
  25. 25. Facebook Social Networks Iranian Expats Worldwide Photo: self
  26. 26. Photo: name withheld
  27. 27. India Mobile SMS Photo: desisworldwide.com and abc.net.au
  28. 28. Crowdsourcing Data Analysis United Kingdom Photo: self
  29. 29. The Unsteady Leap Offline Photo: Flickr/krossbow
  30. 30. Photo: Indiavotereport.com
  31. 31. Key Questions Photo: Flickr/hectorir
  32. 32. How will you integrate existing self-published content into TI advocacy? Photo: Flickr/johntrainer
  33. 33. by integrating existing content Adapting to social media
  34. 34. Photo: Flickr/STFHQ improve reporting and movement building around corruption issues? How will you use social media to
  35. 35. Changing social media by creating new applications & projects
  36. 36. Thank you! Photo: Flickr/elitatt

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