Social Media in an Emergency: A Best Practice Guide
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The Social Media in an Emergency: A Best Practice Guide was developed as a Resilience Fund project in 2011/2012.
The following organisations contributed to the development of this guide:
Auckland Council, Christchurch City Council, Country Fire Authority (Victoria), Deakin University (Victoria), Department of Internal Affairs, Department of Sustainability and Environment (Victoria), Emergency 2.0 Wiki, Environment Bay of Plenty, Environment Canterbury, Environment Waikato, Greater Wellington Regional Council, Hamilton City Council, Hawke’s Bay Regional Council, Hutt City Council, Hutt Valley Emergency Management Office, idisaster 2.0 blog, Internet New Zealand, Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services (Canada), New South Wales Rural Fire Service, Northland Regional Council, Nelson City Council, New Zealand Fire Service, New Zealand Police, Opus International Consultants Ltd, Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Taranaki Regional Council, Waimakariri District Council, Wellington City Council, Wellington Emergency Management Office.
For more information on the methodology please see the literature review document.
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