I'm an e-democracy consultant for UK-based company Delib.
We've been working with government organisations over here for a while now, helping them to use the internet to better perform their public duties and to increase public interaction with decision-making. We're now seeing an increasing need and opportunity for similar online engagement and personal interaction in the not-for-profit sector.
Part of my job is to work with not-for-profits, helping them to unlock their social capital, improve their communications and organisation with online tools. I'm interested to see what other people are doing in this regard, what the trends, expectations and benefits are, what's new to web 2.0 and what's new to people trying to use these tools to good effect in the not-for-profit sector. I don't like change for change's sake and think it's important that the emphasis always remains on usability, usefulness and benefit. READ MORE