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El elpoderdelagente.net es un “Unidad Básica virtual”

Para aquellos que no seáis argentinos, se llama Unidad Básica a un local partidario del Justicialismo (Peronismo) donde se llevan adelante todas las actividades relativas a la acción política del candidato. Esencialmente la función principal es la coordinación con sus militantes (colaboradores)

Esta iniciativa fue lanzada el 13 de junio pasado por el diputado justicialista Oscar Lamberto.

En el acto de presentación el diputado Oscar Lamberto, dijo que “esta página es una herramienta útil para abrir la mente de los peronistas y no peronistas”.

Destaco esta acción porque me parece muy interesante, aunque por supuesto, muy lejos del objetivo para el que fue diseñado. El contenido de relevancia al militante es poco, no hay herramientas de colaboración, no existe forma de lograr una “comunidad online” etc. Por supuesto, espero que en el futuro estas carencias se superen y le deseo el mayor de los éxitos al diputado.

Y más allá de lo comentado, como herramienta de Marketing político es excelente. Felicitaciones por una muy buena idea.

Partners Launch New ACE Electoral Knowledge Network

The ACE Electoral Knowledge Network (www.aceproject.org) — the next generation of the Administration and Cost of Elections Web site — is now live. With the launch of the Network, we make available new tools and resources for electoral practitioners around the world. The new Web site provides a ready environment for professionals to generate, share and apply knowledge on managing elections.

New features include:

  • An updated ACE Encyclopaedia that includes authoritative resources on electoral administration;
  • An interactive Comparative Data Section that allows you to compare data from different countries;
  • An online collection of Electoral Materials that includes reports, manuals and other hands-on materials from around the world that is searchable by region, document type or topic area;
  • An online newsletter (Elections Today) that provides the latest news on elections around the world;
  • Access to Regional and Country-level Resources; and
  • An Online Demonstration of several features that enable professionals to interact and build knowledge on elections administration.

Visit ACE today at www.aceproject.org . To receive additional information about the ACE Electoral Knowledge Network, please visit http://ace.at.org/registration .

The ACE Electoral Knowledge Network is a joint effort of seven organizations involved in the electoral assistance profession, including: Elections Canada (www.elections.ca/ ): a non-partisan organization responsible for the conduct of federal elections, by-elections and referendums.

EISA (www.eisa.org.za/ ): a non-profit company based in Johannesburg, South Africa, that promotes credible elections and democratic governance in Africa.

Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) (www.ife.org.mx ): a public, independent institution responsible for organizing and conducting federal elections in Mexico.

IFES (www.ifes.org ): an international non-governmental organization that supports the building of democratic societies.

International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA) (www.idea.int/): an intergovernmental organization that promotes sustainable democracy worldwide.

United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA) (www.un.org/esa/): a body that organizes U.N. conferences on global policy issues and serves as the Secretariat to the Economic and Social Council.

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) (www.undp.org/): The United Nation’s global development network, which advocates for change and connects countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life.