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Published: Social media for citizen policy engagement in West Africa.

I think I deserve a merited Diplo vacation!  Finally, "Social media and networks: what potential is there for policy engagement by citizens in West Africa?" has been published  and is now freely available for download on http://www.diplomacy.edu/poolbin.asp?IDPool=1342

 

I need to say thanks to all you guys who encouraged me on the verryy lloonngg journey.. all the tutors.

 

Thanks.

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Comment by Remmy Nweke on August 30, 2011 at 9:05pm
Abeg when would Diplo start online Ph.D on any of its subjects.
Comment by Remmy Nweke on August 30, 2011 at 9:03pm
Nnenna, this is a good work. Well done and congratulations on the new deal, may be we should consider appointing you Special Adviser to GEJ on Social Media & Youth Affairs ... no laugh!
Comment by Nnenna Nwakanma on August 17, 2011 at 5:27pm

Spot on! Deirdre

I have just been contacted by a large multi-state organization that wants to be pro-active in social media. They want to hire me to do social networks coaching for hundred of youth, in preparation for active professional life!

Comment by Deirdre Williams on August 17, 2011 at 5:14pm

Congratulations! :-) I'm looking forward to reading it.

It seems to me that the common BIG transversal theme at the moment is citizen participation and how to encourage and facilitate it. I heard that as an undercurrent at the 7th Caribbean Internet Governance Forum in Trinidad last week, and also during the Latin America and Caribbean pre-IGF consultation which was part of the same convention. Perhaps I heard it because I had been thinking about the same issue in a local context here in Saint Lucia. :-)

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