Project Immigrant Inclusion by eParticipation, Matthias Wevelsiep

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Project Immigrant Inclusion by eParticipation, lead partner University of Helsinki, Palmenia Lahti. Funded by Centralbaltic Interreg 4A programme 2007-2013

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Project Immigrant Inclusion by eParticipation, Matthias Wevelsiep

  1. 1. Immigrant Inclusion by eParticipation From Priorities to Action Seminar 10.3.2010
  2. 2. …in danger of exclusion
  3. 3. E-practices by authorities
  4. 4. Collaborative and Community technology
  5. 5. Diversity So close yet so far?
  6. 6. Country layer Competence layer Team work layer
  7. 7. Local authorities ICT Relevant governance Internet structures platforms Cultural and Social media linguistic minorities Aspiration community weak Interest / platform Participation Issue using (political, Problem cultural) Concern Social media Cultural and community linguistic minorities / platform Local authorities ICT Relevant governance Internet structures platforms
  8. 8. Social media Cultural and community Local authorities linguistic minorities Aspiration / platform Relevant governance Interest structures stronger Issue New tools Participation using Participation (political, Problem Advice using cultural) Concern Social media Local authorities Cultural and community linguistic Relevant governance minorities / platform structures New tools
  9. 9. In the complete 2005 season of American Idol just over 500 million votes were cast. In 2004 the American Presidential election garnered a paltry 122 million votes.
  10. 10. Do’s and don’ts • Don’t be afraid of the big questions • Don’t get stuck (too long) with conceptual discussion • Get clarity on what you can plan and what you need to leave open • Get the budget right
  11. 11. Matthias Wevelsiep University of Helsinki Palmenia Center for Continuing Education Matthias.wevelsiep@helsinki.fi +358 50 5958978

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