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, […]
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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 […]
By Andrew Stroehlein @AStroehlein, European Media Director, Human Rights Watch, @HRW At Human Rights Watch, we usually see our work as having three parts – investigate, expose, change – and Twitter has become critical to all three. When we are […]