Interesting comment by Jeff Ribeira about the Facebook page of the american embassy in Jakarta, Indonesia.
What would you say about Israel’s official Facebook page for Indonesia? 230.000 fans, and we even don’t have diplomatic relations: http://www.facebook.com/IsraelIndonesian
yaron gamburg started the topic Diplomatic blog in Paris – 7 months after the launch in the forum government of israel 2.0 6 years ago
In August 2010 I moved to Paris for my new diplomatic job as the spokesperson of the Embassy of Israel. One of the first things on my agenda was to open “blog of the Spokesperson”. Why? I had three reasons in mind. First, the level of social media penetration In France was rising, including the use of the social networks like Facebook and Daily…[Read more]
yaron gamburg started the topic Social network of the Israel public sector – all the places! in the forum government of israel 2.0 6 years, 3 months ago
The social network of the Israel public sector is called Ovdei Medina (“government employees” in Hebrew)
You can visit the network and join: http://www.ovdeimedina.ning.com. Be aware: it’s in Hebrew!
Our network is also on Facebook: Gov2.0 in Israel
…And on Twitter: OvdeiMedina
Visit, enjoy and share your ideas!
yaron gamburg started the topic Diplomatic blogging in Paris – first steps in PD 2.0 journey in the forum government of israel 2.0 6 years, 4 months ago
Three months ago I moved to Paris to my new diplomatic post – spokesperson of the Israeli embassy in Paris. Since then we are making some experiments with using social media for our Public Diplomacy, like opening a new, more interactive website and doing some other things. Among other projects, I also opened my personal blog in French that is…[Read more]
Last week, the Jerusalem district of the Israeli Police opened Facebook fun page. Look here:
The Tel Aviv district is already there, with their Twitter…[Read more]
The attached article was published yesterday (4th of July) in the Maariv newspaper.
It is about social media efforts in the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The article is in Hebrew. Enjoy!
A discussion you could find interesting:
“Hashtag for Diplomatic twittering – what do you think?”
on Diplodocus, international social network for diplomats.
Follow the link:
About a year ago I wrote a post explaining basic guidelines on using social media by diplomats (here: http://diplomatstalk.blogspot.com/2009/04/how-diplomats-should-use-social-media.html).One year later, I would like to update some things and add others. After all, there is nothing like experience…I will comment about three major tools: Facebook,…[Read more]
I’ve made a couple of presentations of Gov 2.0 in Israel, including Tim O’Reilly on-line conference in March:
The details are here: http://diplomatstalk.blogspot.com/2010/03/my-presentation-at-gov-20-oreilly-on.html
In the coming 3 months it will be difficult for me to travel, however you can count on me in Skype-conference. (By the way we…[Read more]
Thank you for your interesting update. Cпасибо!
I must share with you the following experience regarding Gov 2.0 in Russia:
Two months ago I decided to make my tweets (@yarongamburg) not just in English but also in other lanuages I know. Russian is my native language, so I started «щебетать» по-русски and put 2 or 3 tweets in Russian…[Read more]
yaron gamburg started the topic Hashtag for Diplomatic twittering – what do you think? in the forum Acquisition, Contracting, Procurement 6 years, 9 months ago
What do you think about creating special twitter hashtag for us, diplomats, who use twitter?
This way we can help eacn other to find the information about diplomacy 2.0 on twitter.
I thought about #twitplomacy. What do you think?
By the way, I created on my twitter account list with this name “twitplomacy”. You are welcome to…[Read more]
yaron gamburg started the topic OECD abd Mashav hold join workshop on Development Communication in the forum government of israel 2.0 6 years, 9 months ago
Today I had an opportunity to talk to a group of Development Communication specialists from countries-members in OECD. We were talking about potential of social media in promoting the cause of Development goals and international aid awareness (read more about the agenda here:http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/4/16/45155914.pdf) , something that is…[Read more]
yaron gamburg started the topic MASHAV 2.0 – Israel Center for International Cooperation goes digital in the forum government of israel 2.0 7 years, 2 months ago
Israel Center for International Cooperation (MASHAV, acronym in Hebrew) is a division in Israel’s Foreign Ministry, and functions as a national Foreign Aid Agency. Since its creation in 1958, MASHAV has trained about 250,000 people from 140 countries, in Israel and in developing countries, providing training in a variety of areas, including…[Read more]
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