Digital Diplomacy & New Technology

A look back at which CPD features captured your attention this month.

Corneliu Bjola on two diverging paths in the digital future of MFAs.

Civilians are #NotATarget

The United Nations OCHA has launched an advocacy campaign that bring awareness to civilian casualties in war.

In partnership with ProPublica, Google News Lab is launching a new tool to track hate crimes across America. Powered by machine learning, the Documenting Hate News Index will track reported hate crimes across all 50 states, collecting data from February 2017 onward.

How governments, NGOs, embassies, and nonprofits can better manage their digital presence.
 

At the USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) we research and analyze the ways organizations use social media and digital tools. In our efforts and collaborations, we’ve identified some top tactics that can benefit any organization. [...] How can you sustain your expanded network and leverage social media to maximum benefit in building a stronger and more engaged community?

The "What's Up!" Luxembourg app was released in November last year for Apple and Android, and since then has grown substantially to become an app chock-a-block of events throughout Luxembourg and beyond. [...] A good feature of the app is that once the user has signed in, they are able to create their own events for all to see. A free way of publicizing what's going on in the region.

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