A crucial part of YouthNet’s cycle of innovation process is collecting voices from different perspectives to drive thought around a single issue. We do this not just through targeted sessions with young people, sector colleagues and experts but also by wide ranging engagement through social media.
Throughout our cycle of innovation event on employability that was held on Friday 28th of March, we were engaging in a wider conversation on Twitter live from the event. These tweets, retweets and follows allowed us to engage not only were the people who attended the session but to open up the debate to those that couldn’t make it.
You can find an overview of what was discussed on Storify, here:
Make sure to follow the #cycleofinnovation tag, to join in with future debate and conversations.
Published on 01-Apr-2014
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