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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 22 May 20

Keeping everyone up-to-date on the decisions happening in your organization can be tough and especially when you are working remotely.The good news? We have just released a big upgrade to make this easier.Our new Webhooks feature enables integration between Loomio and other tools your team uses. It can send notifications through almost any chat platform including Slack, Microsoft Teams, Mattermost, Telegram, and more. It’s not limited to chat, either, anything that supports ‘incoming webhooks’ can receive real-time updates about activity in Loomio that is important to you.To get started, have a look at our setup guides for some of the popular platforms

Keeping everyone up-to-date on the decisions happening in your organization can be tough and especially when you are working remotely.The good news? We have just released a big upgrade to make this easier.Our new Webhooks feature enables integration between Loomio and other tools your team uses. It can send notifications through almost any chat platform including Slack, Microsoft Teams, Mattermost, Telegram,


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 11 Apr 20

Photo by Will H McMahan on UnsplashEngaging volunteers; learning loops; decision-making; care; celebrationToday I had a call with Manu Alzuru from Fight Pandemics, a brand new volunteer project enabling peer-to-peer mutual aid in response to COVID-19. I gave him 30 minutes of rapid-fire advice, some of the “top tips” for a new self-organising network like this. You can watch the video here or keep reading for the ultra-condensed version of the top 5 tips.Thanks Manu for learning out loud with us 😻https://medium.com/media/cb35b0834185f6ae9afc864964441ed6/href1. Don’t expect 100% engagement.“Participation inequality” is to be expected, e.g. Jakob Nielsen found the general “1–9–90” pattern, meaning 1% of online

Photo by Will H McMahan on UnsplashEngaging volunteers; learning loops; decision-making; care; celebrationToday I had a call with Manu Alzuru from Fight Pandemics, a brand new volunteer project enabling peer-to-peer mutual aid in response to COVID-19. I gave him 30 minutes of rapid-fire advice, some of the “top tips” for a new self-organising network like this. You can watch the video


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 28 Jan 20

3 Essential Pillars For a New Mutual Aid CommunityWeaving image by Wei-Cheng Wu on UnsplashI published the Microsolidarity proposal a year ago and really struck a chord with people. I’m overdue to give folks an update, and there’s really a lot of exciting news. So first I’ll give a quick recap, then I’ll share what’s happening in 2020.The essence of the original proposal was to start a small exclusive community, oriented towards a deep kind of mutual aid: where we support each other in our personal growth, generating health and prosperity for our collective, while producing significant benefits that ripple out into

3 Essential Pillars For a New Mutual Aid CommunityWeaving image by Wei-Cheng Wu on UnsplashI published the Microsolidarity proposal a year ago and really struck a chord with people. I’m overdue to give folks an update, and there’s really a lot of exciting news. So first I’ll give a quick recap, then I’ll share what’s happening in 2020.The essence of the original


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 21 Jan 20

And is it doing what it has set out to do?Enspiral and Rebellious Data LogosEnspiral defies simple explanation. It is many things to many people at once. It is a mutual aid network. It is a social impact entrepreneurial incubator. It is a future of work and new economy catalyst. It is a collection of channels on different mediums punctuated by meet-ups and retreats. It is a network of colleagues and friends. It’s none of these things and all of them at once. You’ll get a different answer for what it is from each person you ask. Myself, Emma Buck, and Emmi

And is it doing what it has set out to do?Enspiral and Rebellious Data LogosEnspiral defies simple explanation. It is many things to many people at once. It is a mutual aid network. It is a social impact entrepreneurial incubator. It is a future of work and new economy catalyst. It is a collection of channels on different mediums punctuated by meet-ups


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 18 Dec 19

2018, February 16th by Johanna Malinen (re-post from our old blog)Over the last few years, the New Zealand Government has been committed to seeking new ways to guarantee everyone in New Zealand a safe environment to live. The country has one of the highest reported rates of family violence and sexual violence in the developed world, so action is needed.People working in the sector need a national framework and clear guidelines for safely and consistently tackling these problems. A combined cross-government and sector team championed the development of a Workforce Capability Framework for addressing family violence, sexual violence and violence within whānau

2018, February 16th by Johanna Malinen (re-post from our old blog)Over the last few years, the New Zealand Government has been committed to seeking new ways to guarantee everyone in New Zealand a safe environment to live. The country has one of the highest reported rates of family violence and sexual violence in the developed world, so action is needed.People working in


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