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Every person, community, and nation is faced with unique problems. OpenIDEO could use its ideology in a "Town Hall" context to serve as a forum for thinking of creative solutions to regional or national problems.

Every person, community, and nation is faced with unique problems. OpenIDEO could use its ideology in a "Town Hall" context to serve as a forum for thinking of creative solutions to regional or national problems.

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OpenIDEO should use Project H's example of uniting community through courses, public projects, hands-on learning, and volunteer work to solve social problems, including education and poverty. Community is one of our greatest assets.

OpenIDEO should use Project H's example of uniting community through courses, public projects, hands-on learning, and volunteer work to solve social problems, including education and poverty. Community is one of our greatest assets.

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Kat commented on Job Search

Alix!! Fancy seeing you here! :D Like you and so many others, I'm def in the same boat. Going on 4 months now.. Oy.

It's not schadenfreude, but I'm glad to know I'm not alone. And that's definitely relevant to how many detainees feel, I'm sure. Brilliant!

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Kat commented on Town Hall - Regional OpenIDEOs

Thanks for the feedback Ashley! I definitely will :)

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Kat commented on Open Source OpenIDEO Platform

I love this idea. Using OpenIDEO as a forum for idea-sharing from citizens is absolutely brilliant. It could be used from an educational and school-system perspective, as well as for general involvement in local issues.

Where I live, hydrofracking is a big concern. Having a platform to discuss alternatives for dealing with this challenge would be extremely helpful. I'm sure all communities have their own "pressure points" that could use the ideology of ID! :)