Our weekly summary of industry news from across the world!
Elizabeth Tydd, NSW Information Commissioner spoke at our Vivid Sydney event. Hear more from Liz in this video, as we delve into data collection & the government as custodian of information.
Bang the Table are featured sponsors at the New Zealand EngageTech Forum, and in this podcast Amelia speaks with Joe & JK about the work of Bang The Table & engaging communities in a way that sparks action.
Two weeks to go until the engage2 EngageTech showcase and forum in Wellington. Learn more about the latest developments in community engagement software for government departments. Wellington 28 August – tickets, Sydney 1 November – tickets.
The Sydney EngageTech forum is looking for sponsors to take part. If you are an engagetech company and want to put your software in front of the people who will use them, become a sponsor.
ARTD Consultants lifts the lid on social inequalities & hierarchies of power, encouraging evaluators to play a better role in reducing inequalities that perpetuate social disadvantage.
OneTeamGov is coming to Wellington, NZ! 20.08.18, 1-2pm at Labplus L4, 191 Thorndon Quay. Hear Victoria Wray shares about their recent 700+ unconference success.
Auckland Transport are looking to put its data to good use, embarking on a project with US-based company ‘Machine Zone’ to ‘gamify’ public transport, making the experience better for citizens.
Apolitical has released its 2018 list of the top 100 influencers in digital government.
If you want to check for updates on New Zealand’s Open Government progress, this website shows it all in one place.
Amelia Loye from engage2 will be holding a Smart Communities webinar, sharing three methods to help governments engage community in ways create genuine networks of action in communities.
That’s the best industry news for the week. Head over to the engage2 Blog for more news, thoughts and handy resources.
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Hannah and the engage2 Team