[Air-L] alternative link Re: New report: Citizens in @ction: Social media and civic engagement in Indonesia

Yanuar Nugroho yanuar-n at unisosdem.org
Tue Apr 19 14:35:03 PDT 2011

Dear all

I received a number of emails complaining why the links do not work. I 
checked from here (Manchester) they work just fine, though. I do not 
know what the problem is but will report to the webmaster tomorrow morning.

Meanwhile, here is an alternative link (from my blog) where you can 
download the full report 

Apologies and best wishes,


Yanuar Nugroho wrote:
> Dear AoIR members
> For you who are interested, I would like to let you know that a new 
> report on social media and civil engagement in Indonesia has just been 
> launched.
> All best,
> yanuar
> ------------
> Indonesia is booming on social media. It has the second largest 
> population on Facebook and also scores second on the amount of tweeps 
> in Asia. Recently Hivos and University of Manchester's Institute of 
> Innovation Research (MIOIR) carried out a research into the way civil 
> society organisations and groups engage in civic activism by means of 
> the use of Internet and social media in Indonesia. This research shows 
> how various civic engagements impact the shaping of the civil society 
> in the country, and more importantly, social change. It contributes to 
> the overall debate on the use of social media and civil society 
> organizations in Indonesia in particular and global at large.
> The report “Citizens in @ction” was launched in Manchester on the 4th 
> of April 2011.
> Download it from MIOIR here 
> http://research.mbs.ac.uk/innovation/Ourresearch/Ourpublications/Reports.aspx 
> Direct link to PDF 
> http://research.mbs.ac.uk/innovation/Portals/0/docs/Citizens%20in%20action%20-%20MIOIR-HIVOS%20Final_Report.pdf 

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