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The Geneva Engage conference, 27 -28 January, organised by DiploFoundation and the Geneva Internet Platform, in co-operation with the Republic and State of Geneva, the Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the UN in Geneva and the Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will take place in situ at WMO Building, 7bis Avenue de la Paix, Geneva or online, wherever you are! The Republic, Geneva, Switzerland, Conference, Numbers, January, Platform, Internet, Building

The Geneva Engage conference, 27 -28 January, organised by DiploFoundation and the Geneva Internet Platform, in co-operation with the Republic and State of Geneva, the Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the UN in Geneva and the Internet Corporation For Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) will take place in situ at WMO Building, 7bis Avenue de la Paix, Geneva or online, wherever you are!

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E-diplomacy, for states and international organisations, requires a new set of skills, organisational changes, and innovative ways of approaching global policy. To deepen your knowledge or to learn new set of skills and approaches join as @ Geneva Engage, 27 - 28 January 2016.

How to create an effective blend between in situ and on-line meeting!? Pier Andrea Pirani from Euphoric gives as five tips from recent experiments: 1. Online and offline have different pace and dynamics 2. Split the processes - and bridge in debrief 3. Blended ain’t easy 4. You need a team 5. Always have (some) Plan B(s) Join us @ Geneva Engage Conference for discussion on these and other ways how to make effective meetings in the Internet era. Effective Meetings, Geneva, A Team, Conference, Bridge, Join, Internet, How To Plan, Create

How to create an effective blend between in situ and on-line meeting!? Pier Andrea Pirani from Euphoric gives as five tips from recent experiments: 1. Online and offline have different pace and dynamics 2. Split the processes - and bridge in debrief 3. Blended ain’t easy 4. You need a team 5. Always have (some) Plan B(s) Join us @ Geneva Engage Conference for discussion on these and other ways how to make effective meetings in the Internet era.

The Geneva Engage Conference, 27-28 January 2016, will focus on e-participation research and innovation. The conference will offer the opportunity to reflect on gathered experience in e-participation; what works and what does not work, and how to create an organisational and policy context to make the best use of e-participation. We will also address e-participation using the specific example of International Geneva, where many policy issues of relevance for humanity are addressed. I see… January 2016, Geneva, Conference, Opportunity, Innovation, Create

The Geneva Engage Conference, 27-28 January 2016, will focus on e-participation research and innovation. The conference will offer the opportunity to reflect on gathered experience in e-participation; what works and what does not work, and how to create an organisational and policy context to make the best use of e-participation. We will also address e-participation using the specific example of International Geneva, where many policy issues of relevance for humanity are addressed. I see…

Are you e-polite or e-impolite? What is e-politeness? Whether the Internet has changed our view on what is polite and what is not? "...in diplomacy – an area of professional interest for me – politeness (or the lack of it) can have serious consequences. It can be seen as a part of diplomatic signalling, leading to all sorts of unexpected developments..." I Dr Jovan Kurbalija  All this is to be discussed Geneva Engage Conference, 27 - 28 January 2016. English Adjectives, Geneva, Family Guy, January 2016, Conference, Internet, Fictional Characters, Tea, Teas

Are you e-polite or e-impolite? What is e-politeness? Whether the Internet has changed our view on what is polite and what is not? "...in diplomacy – an area of professional interest for me – politeness (or the lack of it) can have serious consequences. It can be seen as a part of diplomatic signalling, leading to all sorts of unexpected developments..." I Dr Jovan Kurbalija All this is to be discussed Geneva Engage Conference, 27 - 28 January 2016.

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