Networked City is an exploration into the role of network thinking and digital technology in reframing London's civil society and supporting social action.
It was started by David Wilcox and Drew Mackie on behalf of the London Voluntary Service Council, and is now being led by Matt Scott with David and Drew and a group formed following a launch event on January 10 2017.
The exploration aims to
This wiki contains background material on Networked City, and an archive of posts from our Networked City blog
If you want to stay in touch with Networked City you can:
Networked City update Feb 2017
Briefing paper for our event at City Hall on February 22
Exploring how London can be a more Networked City
A background paper for our launch event on January 10 2017, including a summary of The Way Ahead initiative, models for cooperation and collaboration in the networked age, the development process for our exploration.
A note for The Way Ahead group on co-production, covering models for engagement, cooperation and collaboration, and the idea of local ecosystems.
A paper summarising an approach to using digital technology, network thinking and self-organising to address three linked challenges: how people can find opportunities and services, and develop new relationships in their local communities; how to develop civic infrastructure when existing systems are reducing and new approaches are needed; supporting community connectors in their role of making connections and building relationship in local communities, and online
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