Not For Profit Nfp Social Networks

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The impact that self organising social networks will have if Not for Profits (NFP) are slow and bureaucratic to respond to social change. Hat tip: Mark Pesce and Priscilla Brice Weller

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  • I’d like to focus my contribution on the panel today to the questions surrounding Social Action. In particular I want to push our understanding of Web 2.0 beyond simply social Media and look at Social Capital and Civic Engagement.
  • Not For Profit Nfp Social Networks

    1. 1. Peer to Peer Civic Engagement (Social Networks) affecting Not for Profit (NFP) Laurel Papworth
    2. 3. Q“How can social capital be decreasing when the non-profit sector is booming?” A“There is simply said no one-to-one relationship between the non-profit sector and social capital .”
    3. 4. The Mob does not need a Business Model
    4. 5. Personal Fundraising just got a lot more powerful
    5. 7. Civic Engagement is not just fundraising
    6. 11. Any questions? <ul><li>See embedded Creative Commons licence. </li></ul><ul><li>Laurel Papworth, Director World Communities world.com.au </li></ul><ul><li>Lecturer UniSyd </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] or http://silkcharm.blogspot.com </li></ul><ul><li>Facebook, twitter, bebo, myspace, …  </li></ul>

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