Web 2.0 (antonella sinopoli - voci globali)
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Web 2.0 per gestire le emergenze
Web 2.0 per gestire le emergenze
Antonella SinopoliGlobal Voices Online&Voci GlobaliQuanto sociale il web 2.0?Strumenti di dialogo a distanza e di partecipazione online hanno sostituito lattesa con la reazione. Questa modalit si manifesta anche nei casi crisi che coinvolgono la collettivit: un evento sismico cos come una protesta, uno tsunami come un colpo di stato.
Lattesa era quella dei cittadini nei confronti delle istituzioni e organismi vari (ad es. Protezione Civile nel caso di terremoti); La reazione quella dei cittadini (per es. nel caso di un terremoto documento attraverso un telefonino dove c bisogno di un intervento immediato).Mappature, geolocation, citizen journalism, gestione delle informazioni attraverso una Rete di contatti e condivisione di dati La filosofia ideale e pratica che sta dietro questi strumenti il crowdsourcingIl caso UshahidiA non-profit tech company that specializes in developing free and open source software for Information collection, visualization and interactive mapping.Alcuni esempiCrowdmap
What is the Ushahidi PlatformThe World's Top 10 Gov 2.0 Initiatives 10) SeeClickFix
SeeClickFix is a map-based citizen reporting platform that enables the public to report and track non-emergency related issues via web and mobile. Co-founder Ben Berkowitz developed the idea after getting frustrated with city halls lack of response to graffiti in his local neighbourhood. Governments can access a dashboard to acknowledge outstanding issues and close the loop with constituents. The service is similar to the UK site FixMyStreet built by open government pioneers MySociety.9) Manor LabsThe City of Manor on the outskirts of Austin Texas with a population of only 6,500 has made a name for itself by embracing Gov 2.0 through its innovative use of online services. Manor Labs is the brainchild of CIO (chief information officer) Dustin Haisler and has gained international recognition and won numerous awards for its ideas generation platform, pothole reporting system and use of QR codes. Manor in partnership with GovFresh ran a Gov 2.0 makeover for the City of De Leon and documented the steps to enable other local towns to emulate its efforts in municipal government innovation.8) The Australian Government
The Australian Government have been leaders in the development of an open government policy framework through initiatives like the Government 2.0 Taskforce, the Declaration of Open Government and Ahead of the Game: Blueprint for Reform of Australian Government Administration. The Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO) recently launched a Gov 2.0 Primer which is about putting the policy ideas and principles into action and providing examples of where and how agencies can engage with the public and release more data online.7) Public Sector Innovation
Christian Bason is the Director of MindLab, a cross-ministerial innovation unit in Denmark that develops engagement models for citizens, public servants and business to co-create public sector services. Christians new book Leading Public Sector Innovation outlines his service design model for co-creation involving the seven activities of framing, knowing, analysing, synthesising, creating, scaling and learning. The slide decks of Christians recently delivered Masterclass and public lecture series present a valuable distillation of some high-level themes from the book.6) Place-based creative problem-solvingHow much does a city trust its citizens? asks Chiara Camponeschi in the opening of her publication The Enabling City, an ideas packed toolkit for urban-based social innovation & sustainability. Chiara developed the work for her Masters degree as a means to demonstrate the potential of participatory governance and co-design in moving cities and communities towards a more sustainable future. Its packed full of creative thinking about active citizenship and I especially love the idea of seeding local communities with a Social Innovation Mayor to drive long-term structural change through open leadership.5) Kate Lundy's Public Sphere
Senator Kate Lundy (Australian Parliament) was named the winner of the International Top 10 People Changing the World of Internet and Politics at the 11th World eDemocracy Forum held in Paris, October 2010. Senator Lundy has been a strong advocate of Gov 2.0 for Australia and has actively used open government principles for her work in public office through an innovative series of Public Sphere consultations that useda unique co-design methodology for policy collaboration.4) Crisis Commons
CrisisCommons came out of the CrisisCamp movement of volunteers who collaborate to develop open tools and aggregate crisis data to assist response organisations in civil incident management. Its efforts were recently recognised by a two year, $1.2 million dollar grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation which will enable the organisation to continue its commons-based approach to crisis management. Random Hacks of Kindness is a spin-off project that mobilizes the global developer community to hack for humanity and develop code that responds to global challenges.3) CityCamp
CityCamp was founded by Kevin Curry in 2010 as a Gov 2.0 unconference to catalyse innovation in local government. The success of the first camp in Chicago inspired a number of other cities to host their own events in London, San Francisco and St. Petersburg, Russia. CityCamp refers to itself as an open source brand that uses a repeatable pattern with step-by-step instructions protected under a Creative Commons license. The rapid spread of CityCamps model might come down to the founders #1 goal to: create outcomes that participants will act upon after the event is over.2) UshahidiUshahidi (which means "testimony" in Swahili), was first developed to map reports of violence in Kenya after the post-election fallout at the beginning of 2008. The site has grown to become an important resource for citizen journalists in times of crisis like the Haiti earthquake. The Ushahidi platform provides tools for communities to crowdsource real-time information using SMS, email, Twitter and the web. Wikileaks
The diplomatic storm unleashed by Wikileaks in whats come to be known as cablegate has stress-tested the US and its allies commitment to the principles of open government. Wikileaks has demonstrated that governments consider openness a virtue so long as it doesnt embarrass them or reveal that realpolitik is still alive and well. Wikileaks has changed the Gov 2.0 game by exposing governments and world leaders to the powerful forces of radical transparency and giving citizens access to a body of evidence that can be used to scrutinise critical decisions made in our name.Esempi di mappe interattiveDa al Jazeera Sirya unrest Dal Guardian, the Embassy cablesmaps4aid.com
In India dove chiunque pu segnalare casi di violenze compiute ai danni delle donne in questo Paese
Uso del crowdsourcing per denunciare abusi e violenze
Indigitube VideoUso della Rete sociale da gruppi minoritari
Terremoto 29 maggio 2012
Notizie utili e condivise
ma senza continuitInnovazioni, esagerazioni o consigli per gli acquisti?
Allarme TerremotoRiposati tranquillo, sicuro di essere avvertito!Allarme Terremoto l'applicazione per iPhone in grado di percepire anche il pi piccolo terremoto, e che ti avverte con un forte allarme per svegliarti.Con Allarme Terremoto aumenti le probabilit di salvarti da un terremoto.
Oggigiorno sono pi le persone che hanno accesso alla telefonia mobile di quante abbiano accesso alla giustizia e ai servizi legali. UNDP (United Nation Development Programme) 2008
Il 75% dei contratti di telefonia mobile nel mondo sono sottoscritti nei Paesi in via di sviluppoIlcontinente africano il secondo mercato mondiale di telefonia mobile, subito dopo lAsia, e il primo per tasso di crescita.
Le connessioni attive sono 649 milioni e arriveranno a 732 milioni entro la fine del 2012.
Secondo l'Itu, (agenzia delle Nazioni Unite per linformazione e la comunicazione tecnologica) nel 2010 la penetrazione dei cellulari in Africa subsahariana stata del 41% (nel mondo 76%) contro il 9,6% del web (nel mondo 30%).
Uno studio dellaBanca Mondiale ha evidenziato anche la correlazione fra pervasivit delle connessioni mobili e PIL: a ogni 10 % di aumento delle utenze corrisponde una crescita del Pil dello 0,81%.Africa, boom di telefonini. Quanta consapevolezza civile?Il valore e la dimensione del citizen journalismImpegno civile e denuncia attraverso i social mediaWeb 2.0 a difesa dei diritti umani
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