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* [https://docs.google.com/a/e-democracy.org/document/d/1gWVoZphrjaxTBFgQTD5oxopDuMshKGlf3P7UGGHhMTM/edit?hl=en_US Why Digital Inclusion for Community Voices?] - Article
 
* [https://docs.google.com/a/e-democracy.org/document/d/1gWVoZphrjaxTBFgQTD5oxopDuMshKGlf3P7UGGHhMTM/edit?hl=en_US Why Digital Inclusion for Community Voices?] - Article
 
* [[Inclusive Social Media]] 2010-2011 Project Archive - Pilot funded by the Ford Foundation
 
* [[Inclusive Social Media]] 2010-2011 Project Archive - Pilot funded by the Ford Foundation
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* [http://www.twincities.com/stpaul/ci_19973119 Grant to help online community forums reach minorities - TwinCities.com - Pioneer Press] - Feb 16, 2012 (Headline changed to "Internet forum aims to spread democracy" which obscures the real story.)

Revision as of 09:17, 16 February 2012

Inclusive Community Engagement Online - Project Home

The Inclusive Community Engagement Online initiative is a comprehensive three year initiative led by E-Democracy.org. With three years of initial funding from the Knight Foundation, it has three main components:

  • St. Paul Neighbors Forums - Inclusion, expansion, and engagement to reach 10,000 participants
  • Lesson Sharing - Convening, research, and promoting online engagement widely
  • Innovation and Technology - Next generation experiments

The BeNeighbors.org campaign is slated to evolve into a "Got Milk?" style directory of online neighborhood spaces including those well beyond the official E-Democracy forum network.

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