New Guide: How To Engage Your Supporters with Social Listening

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United to End Genocide (UEG), a group with only four staff members, was paying attention to the conflict in Yemen last year. When more and more people began mentioning Yemen online, their trending terms chart in Attentive.ly

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How to Influence the Conversation Around Your Next Campaign

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For example, United to End Genocide (UEG) used social listening to inform their decision on when to ramp up their campaign efforts in Yemen last year. You’re not paranoid. People are talking about you. But it’s all good.

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E-Mediat: Social Media Capacity Building for NGOs in the Arab World

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Flickr Photo by SMEX Beirut.

The Power of Our Collective Professional Networks and Transdisciplinarity Learning

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What can you learn by visualizing your Twitter network?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The first day of training is this Sunday and we’ll be covering networked approaches for NGOs and social media trainers. The participants include in-country teams from six different countries: Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, and Yemen.

E-Mediat Day 3: Digital Activism

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The Yemen Team has some additional reflections on their workshop blog. Mary Joyce leads a session on digital activism using the Story of Electronics. Beirut Diary: I’m in Beirut for the week as part of The E-Mediat project , a capacity building project that leverages a networked approach.

E-Mediat: Networked Capacity Building in the Middle East

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The goal is to train over 150-250 NGOs in Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen, Morocco, and other countries and help them put social media skills into practice. The E-Mediat Implementation Partners at SF Planning Meeting.

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Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference

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This morning we saw live video of democracy protesters in Yemen who have been following the discussions via streaming video. Maria Al-Masani, founder of the Yemen Rights Monitor human rights group, told conference participants how her fellow activists have effectively used common applications to circumvent censorship. This blog first appeared in the Huffington Post. This week marked a first-ever gathering of human rights activists with Silicon Valley technology developers.

E-Mediat Networking Conference at the Dead Sea, Jordan

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I’m here at the Dead Sea in Jordan where I delivered the key note for the E-mediat Networking Conference, “New Media for the Networked NGO.”

Meeting the Geeks of Arabia at N2Vlabs Talks in Amman, Jordan

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E-Mediat is working with more than 220 NGOs in Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, and Yemen. Rami Al-Karmi, N2V Lab.

Data Digest: Open Data for Africa Platform, Silent Data Revolution in MENA and Data Strategies

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A July 2012 approved decree by the Central Statistical Organization of Yemen now allows full access to its data to the public and Morocco has started to provide various organizations access to data based on bilateral agreements.