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How to communicate? Go online! Web is awesome, politics can be too.

How to communicate? Go online! Web is awesome, politics can be too.

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Published by Tomislav Korman
Variations held in Budva, Montenegro (September 2012) "South Eastern European Government Communication Conference", in Belgrade, Serbia (October 2012), Dokukino Education, Ljubljana, Slovenia (October 2012), "E-demokracija" conference, Zagreb, Croatia (October 2012), "Promising politicians", London, United Kingdom (February 2013) - GDS office and in Zagreb, Faculty of Law (April 2014)

Will social media transform governments? The message is loud and clear: heads of governments and states cannot ignore Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, in fact they should use these spaces to reach out to their “netizens.”

It is therefore the conversation which leads to collaboration and, ultimately, to the building of a community.

(http://europeandcis.undp.org/blog/2012/10/29/will-social-media-transform-governments/
http://www.cmv.org.rs/komunikacija/promising-politicians-u-zagrebu/
http://digital.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/2013/02/22/sharing-across-borders/)
Variations held in Budva, Montenegro (September 2012) "South Eastern European Government Communication Conference", in Belgrade, Serbia (October 2012), Dokukino Education, Ljubljana, Slovenia (October 2012), "E-demokracija" conference, Zagreb, Croatia (October 2012), "Promising politicians", London, United Kingdom (February 2013) - GDS office and in Zagreb, Faculty of Law (April 2014)

Will social media transform governments? The message is loud and clear: heads of governments and states cannot ignore Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, in fact they should use these spaces to reach out to their “netizens.”

It is therefore the conversation which leads to collaboration and, ultimately, to the building of a community.

(http://europeandcis.undp.org/blog/2012/10/29/will-social-media-transform-governments/
http://www.cmv.org.rs/komunikacija/promising-politicians-u-zagrebu/
http://digital.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/2013/02/22/sharing-across-borders/)

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GOONLINE
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Web is awesome. Politics can be too.
HOW TO COMMUNICATE?
 
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Creative geek that lovessocial media, design,internet, science andpolitics.Postgraduate student of diplomacy.Socialdemocrat. EU enthusiast. Humanrights for all. In love withthe world.Bruco
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