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@rima246 thank you very much for coming! :-)
Our Flickr photos from #digitaldemocracy youth discussion: http://t.co/qAMtKGvvIa @femioyeniran @BarkingTP @rima246 @BlackCampo #DDCVisits
@DMUClodagh thank you!
Read our #digitaldemocracy student forum results:http://t.co/vpjO4bTHq6 Workshop @HullPoliticsDep 2 discuss Friday: http://t.co/Zu03wyB0Li
Big thanks 2 @FacebookLondon for hosting us! Pic posing at Facebook wall http://t.co/6uGlORtaDa #DDCVisits http://t.co/XSSBc86s91
B4 discussion began we asked the group to write down what #digitaldemocracy meant to them #DDCVisits http://t.co/1cC8BUw88V
More photos! #DDCvisits @femioyeniran @BlackCampo http://t.co/Z5wrMBxFq1
End of session selfies! #DDCVisits @femioyeniran http://t.co/OfM57e5wnb
Closing remarks from @femioyeniran big big thanks to our fabulous young people! @BarkingTP @BlackCampo #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: #befunny #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: 'politicians should use radio stations that young people actually listen to' #DDCVisits
Comment from the floor: 'politicians should be more on trend..engage with what people are talking about &don't try to dictate' #DDCVisits
Comments from the floor: 'politicians should use more filter on their pictures' 'don't talk into camera on political adverts' #DDCVisits
Comments from the floor: 'tweet about mundane stuff as well' 'be personal' 'don't be boring' #DDCVisits
@digidemocracyuk: Comments from the floor: 'use hashtags..learn how to use social media properly' #DDCVisits