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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 04 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy

Invitations to events
The diplomatic world is also characterized by many official events (lunches, dinners, cocktails, galas, Celebrations of National Days, etc).

By on 04 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-tools

In diplomatic life it is often necessary to organize meetings which involve the participation of several individuals.

By on 04 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-tools

In many occasions it is necessary to create and/or exchange files containing documents that cannot be modified and look exactly like to the original. A kind of digital photocopy.

The PDF format ensure this possibility.

A PDF Printer works as a Microsoft Windows printer and allows you to write PDF documents from virtually any Microsoft Windows application.

By on 04 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-tools


The first assumption is that once you have located useful information on the Internet, you will probably want to note the address (URL) of the information for easy future access.

One simple way to do this is with bookmarking. The second assumption is that diplomats often work on many different PC (Office PC, Home PC, Laptop, etc...) and therefore have different bookmarks on every computer. The bookmarks are generally (or should be) a very selected list of websites which are essential for the daily work of the user.

By on 03 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-tools

In  many occasions diplomats need to organize or to be organized. Sometimes this activity refers to practical events (Conference, Meeting, Visit. etc.), sometime it refers to concepts or ideas (Reports, Speeches, Analysis, etc.).

In both cases a technique such as Mind mapping can be very helpful in order to structure (either the activities or the thoughts) and to plan.

By on 03 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-tools

Frequent communications are essential in the diplomatic world. International phone calls are the norm in diplomatic network. The 'Voice over IP' (VoIP) services offer interesting opportunities and can allow important savings through low cost calls.

By on 02 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-tools

The normal tool of ordinary and simple searches has now become, also for diplomats, the Internet. In particular the different search engines available (such as Google).

By on 02 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy

Usually e-participation is closely linked to e-government and e-governance, referring to any Information and Communication Technology (especially Internet) resources used to involve citizens in government processes.

This may be as simple as making a passport application or paying your taxes online, or involve an e-petition, remote participation in a meeting or conference, or a Twitter or other Web 2.0 advocacy campaign.

What are the advantages?

By on 02 Mar, 2010 | From the channel/s: E-Diplomacy, E-Learning

E-diplomacy requires new skills, and in some cases, a new approach to diplomacy. Diplomats are already re-thinking the way they work, taking a new look at traditional activities such as negotiation and representation. New activities, such as addressing policy communities via the Internet, call for specific skills. (Re)training is essential! Here we will discuss approaches and methods of training in e-diplomacy. Please add your ideas! You can share links about courses that cover e-learning,  suggestions on organizing this training, essential topics, and more.


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