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Tuesday, 22 March 2011 from 12:00 AM + Add to calendar22/03/2011 00:0022/03/2011 00:00Australia/Sydney#Digicitz 9: Politics and Digital Activism in the Social Age#Digicitz 9: Politics and Digital Activism in the Social Age Tuesday, 22 March 2011 from 12:00 AM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser James Fridley 0422871125 firstname.lastname@example.org Address Altitude Bar - Shelbourne Hotel 200 Sussex St Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/5245/digicitz_9_politics_and_digital_activism_in_the_social_age.aspxAltitude Bar - Shelbourne Hotel
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The event, moderated by one of Australia's leading digital marketers and communicators Kate Carruthers, will be hosted at the Shelbourne Hotel in Sydney on 22nd March at 7pm. The latest Digital Citizens event will include Labor Parliamentary Secretary for Transport and Roads Penny Sharpe, John Bergin, Director of Digital News for Sky News, Steve Hopkins from Ai-Media and Thomas Tudehope, Director of Engagement and Strategy for SR7. "With social media helping shape events around the globe in 2011 we wanted to start the first Digital Citizens session of the year with a strong topic," said James Fridley, one of the Digital Citizens founders. "The panel will discuss how activists and politicians create campaigns, how the audience engage with them and how news media investigate and report on the outcomes using social media." With over 12 million Australians now online, engaging with your constituency online is no longer a might do but a must-have for politicians and policy makers alike. Decentralised networks and speed of mobilisation means grassroots activists using networked technologies can achieve an unprecedented amount of support and harness individual actions on a mass level with social and political change campaigns. The venue for this event is the Shelbourne Hotel, 200 Sussex Street, Sydney, doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Tickets are $10 with 50% of the price going to charity Sydney Cats and Dogs Home - who shelter over 4,000 lost and unwanted animals each year. The organization is running Parched March to help raise funds. More information here: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=351368174178 Contact Heather Snodgrass on 0429 649 189 or email@example.com for sponsorship opportunities and if you are a not for profit organisation, please contact us if you want to be involved in this, or future events throughout the year. Digital Citizens can be found on Twitter - @ecitizens
We are an inclusive, informal organisation dedicated to knowledge sharing and discussion of social, political, ethical and professional issues related to new technologies and the social web.The format of our events may change depending on the subject under discussion, but the intention is always to enable free, frank and respectful debate. Digital Citizens is agency-neutral, transparent and open.