Budapest next week

I’m off next Wednesday to Budapest for the eDemocracy Symposium.  Apparently there is a good turnout expected with over 300 delegates booked.  I doubt they will all turn up to hear me speak about using new technology to reach out to new young people but as I’m sharing the platform Read more…

LifeSwap on The Edge

The Edge, "the newspaper on youth work and youth affairs for local authority elected members from The National Youth Agency", have published a very nice article (page 7) about LifeSwap. One correction is needed from the article – the next LifeSwap won’t be Mids-Beds at the end of June.  It Read more…

Innovation

Congratulations to Stephen Hilton from Bristol City Council consultation team who won BT Innovator of the Year in the Government Computing Awards. A Gallomanor project, CampaignCreator, seemed to feature as part of the reason for winning, but overall I imagine it’s Stephen’s attitude of "Do it until someone tells you Read more…

The Gallomanor Blog

This blog has been started for three reasons. 1.    It’s about time we kept the Gallomanor site more up-to-date.  We’re doing more and more and telling fewer and fewer people about it.  A blog will be a fairly effortless way of keeping that content flowing. 2.    There are Read more…