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Social Citizens Discussion Paper

Social Citizens Discussion Paper

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This discussion paper from author Allison Fine explores the ways a new generation and new technologies are changing our civic landscape. Visit the Social Citizens Blog at http://blog.socialcitizens.org.

Commissioned by the Case Foundation.
This discussion paper from author Allison Fine explores the ways a new generation and new technologies are changing our civic landscape. Visit the Social Citizens Blog at http://blog.socialcitizens.org.

Commissioned by the Case Foundation.

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 About the Author
 A 
llison Fine is a social entrepreneur and writer dedicated to helping grassrootsorganizations and activists successfully im-plement social change efforts. She authoredthe book “Momentum: Igniting SocialChange in the Connected Age” (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2006), which won the Alliancefor Nonprofit Management’s erry McAdamBook Award and an Axiom BusinessBook Award. As a Senior Fellow on the Democracy eamat Demos: A Network for Ideas & Actionin New York City, Allison researches and writes about the future of social changeand civic engagement in the digital age.Her articles have been published in
The Boston Globe
, the
 San Jose Mercury News
,and the
 San Francisco Chronicle
. She is alsoa frequent contributor to the
 Personal Democracy Forum
and
The Chronicleof Philanthropy
. Allison served as the CEO of the E-VolveFoundation in 2004-2005, and was thefounder and Executive Director of Innova-tion Network, Inc., from 1992-2004.She currently serves on the board of direc-tors of Just Vision, a nonprofit organizationthat increases awareness about Palestinianand Israeli non-violent, civilian-led effortsto build a base for peace in the Middle East;and OneWebDay, an annual celebration of the Internet.
Copyright 2008 by the Case Foundation. Tis paper may be dis-tributed in its entirety, in print or electronically, without prior permission. A downloadable PDF is available at SocialCitizens.org. When using excerpts, please cite “Social Citizens
BEA 
,” Te CaseFoundation, 2008.
 
“Many have challenged the fitness of our  generation to take the reins. This is our chance to prove we are up to the task.” 
 —Joe Green, born 1983, CEO of Causes on Facebook.

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