Can a digital image created by one person erase milliennia of indoctrined-conflict? Can his poster really signal a change in the course of diplomacy?
The following is an excerpt from today’s edition of the Digital Public Affairs newsletter, issued this morning. Subscribe for free to receive additional insight into digital public affairs, and a look at the role digital is playing in the Canadian political and public affairs landscape. A little over a year ago, a group of digitally engaged folks […]
The Internet is perhaps the biggest amplifier in the world. It’s given a voice to everyone who can connect to it and through it. By that I mean, anyone who is (1) able to interface with the democratic tools of communication available through the Internet and (2) able to engage with others through compelling storytelling, […]
Members of the private and public sectors in Ottawa — public affairs professionals, civil servants and a few politically engaged folk — were invited to attend a video session with U.S. Department of State‘s Policy Advisor for Innovation Ben Scott last week. Mr. Scott, spoke about the transformations happening in social media, technology innovation, and […]