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By on 31 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy

It is estimated that there were approximately 4.5 billion mobile phone subscriptions in the world at the end of 2009. This number is equivalent to over 60% of the world’s population.

Increasingly people are accessing the internet through broadband mobile platforms rather than only fixed lines.  Smart phones, such as Apple’s iPhone, with its wide range of features, are becoming increasingly available not only in developed but also developing countries. 

By on 10 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy

A new age of online data has arrived – a fact noted by The Economist in a recent front page feature on “The data deluge”.

By on 05 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy

Can we use state-of-the-art simulation and "serious gaming" tools to transform the way that peace-building organisations train, plan and collaborate?


By on 23 Feb, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy

Firstly, it is worth starting by reviewing what has been recently happening in the area of E-Policy or more particularly Gov 2.0 initiatives. 2009 witnessed a surge of interest by some governments in using and adopting Web 2.0 approaches to policy and programme development.

By on 23 Feb, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy

This blog will be exploring the implications of what we have called E-Policy – the use of online social media in helping to undertake global policy research. We will be focusing our attention on developments at an international level, but equally drawing on the exciting work starting to happen among national governments. We are hoping that as a result of our collective efforts we can build a community of interest among those who believe Web 2.0 approaches can help produce better global policy outcomes.

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