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Developing a “digital mindset”

How is the European Parliament (EP) using digital media to become more open and responsive to its electors?  I spoke recently with Steve Clark, head of the EP’s web communication unit, about the pioneering work they have been doing over the last few years and their plans looking ahead to the next European elections in 2014.

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Fellowship programme at the University of Washington

University of Washington

William H.Gates Hall, University of Washington
Photo by Curtis Cronn, (c) Creative Commons

“I want us to ask ourselves every day, how are we using technology to make a real difference in people’s lives.” (US President Barack Obama)

In January 2013, I will be leaving for Seattle to spend six months as a European Union Fellow at the University of Washington.

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