A Question from Rotterdam
Here we are, Nick Booth and Dave Briggs in Rotterdam. This is a post simply asking for your help. I’d love you to comment here and leave suggestions/examples of how active citizens are using the social web for the benefit of their neighbourhood.
We’re working with a group of people from across Europe. All of them have three things thing in common – they are active in their neighbourhoods, like to listen and love to talk.
They come together through an organisation (first created in Birmingham) called Residents for Regeneration Europe. From time to time typically 100 folk meet face to face, tell each other stories of what they do in their neighbourhood, learn from that, go home and apply those lessons in their communities.
So please tell us how you think this connects to social media.
We’ll share you comments with the group at about 3pm this afternoon.
Thanks in advance.
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