Guess what we are doing here? was the rhetorical question the European External Action Service put to its followers on Instagram ahead of the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly in New York. To find out what leaders were […]
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Winston Churchill reportedly once described diplomacy as “the art of telling people to go to hell in such a way that they ask for directions.” One could extrapolate that Digital Diplomacy is conveying this in 280 characters or less. However, […]
A look at the effect of Twitter on the #WEF in #Davos A decade ago this month the first Twitter wall went up at the World Economic Forum in Davos to ‘Connect on the Magic Mountain’ and build a digital […]
By Emily Loud and Isaac Griberg, social media managers at Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance Take a good look at Twiplomacy’s report this year and you might see a new name among the World Economic Forum, United Nations agencies and the […]
By Dominika Tomaszewska-Mortimer @DL_Mortimer, Press Officer, Social media, @UNGeneva Geneva – the city of peace, rights and well-being, is home to a unique ecosystem of international players, increasingly reflected and represented on social media. The United Nations’ Geneva office, the […]