Articles by: Parliament Street

CloudPro report on Parliament Street social media research

CloudPro report on Parliament Street social media research

CloudPro,  the number one cloud computing resource for business leaders and senior IT professionals has reported on new Parliament Street research into social media misuse by the Home Office: Freedom of Information request unearths dismissals for misusing Facebook, Bebo and MySpace Three Home Office civil servants have been sacked for misusing social media, according to a Freedom of Information request. […]

by · 11th February 2013 · Press Room
Steven George-Hilley writes for civilsociety.co.uk

Steven George-Hilley writes for civilsociety.co.uk

Published on civilsociety.co.uk on 22 Jan 2013: The hidden world of aid A recent trip to The Gambia revealed to Steven George-Hilley a hidden network of people who met, kept in touch and delivered aid through social media channels. We all know that the tidal wave of social media tools has helped connect millions of people all over the world, […]

by · 22nd January 2013 · Press Room
Deutsche Welle (DW) report on our North Korea research paper

Deutsche Welle (DW) report on our North Korea research paper

Deutsche Welle (DW), Germany’s international broadcaster has reported on our new paper, Fostering Democracy in North Korea:   North Korean defector calls on Europe for help UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay has called for a ‘long overdue’ investigation into North Korea’s rights situation, the improvement of which defector Kim Joo Il says can only happen with Europe’s […]

by · 14th January 2013 · Press Room
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development cover Parliament Street research

Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development cover Parliament Street research

The Charted Institute of Personnel and Development have covered our new research into social media misuse at the Department of Work and Pensions:   Government department sacks staff over social media abuse More than 100 workers disciplined for using Twitter and Facebook Eleven civil servants at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have been sacked for misusing Twitter or […]

by · 11th January 2013 · Press Room
Peterson Institute for International Economics covers Parliament Street North Korea research paper

Peterson Institute for International Economics covers Parliament Street North Korea research paper

The Peterson Institute for International Economics recently covered our research paper “Fostering Democracy in North Korea” written by North Korean dissident Kin Joo-il: North Korean refugee on fostering democracy in North Korea Kim Joo-il is a former captain in the Korean People’s Army. He is an activist residing in the UK. This week Parliament Street, a British think-tank, issued Kim’s […]

by · 10th January 2013 · Blog
Burton Mail: Andrew Griffiths MP a “top tweeter”

Burton Mail: Andrew Griffiths MP a “top tweeter”

The Burton Mail has covered our new research paper @Parliament: the failure of MPs to connect on Twitter and our finding that their local MP, Andrew Griffiths, is a top tweeter: Social networking is the ‘perfect tool’ for town’s MP BURTON’S MP has been named a top tweeter and has proclaimed that social networking is a ‘perfect tool to engage […]

by · 6th November 2012 · Press Room
Telegraph and Argus report on Parliament Street Twitter research paper

Telegraph and Argus report on Parliament Street Twitter research paper

The Telegraph and Argus, daily newspaper for Bradford, West Yorkshire, has reported on our new research paper @Parliament: the failure of MPs to connect on Twitter: Not all Bradford politicians are totally convinced social media is the best way to get across their political message Four of the five Bradford MPs are using Twitter to communicate with constituents with one […]

by · 6th November 2012 · Press Room
The Argus: MPs urged to use Twitter

The Argus: MPs urged to use Twitter

The Argus, newspaper for Brighton and Hove Albion, have covered Parliament Street’s research paper, @Parliament: the failure of MPs to connect on Twitter: MPs urged to use Twitter MPs need to brush up on their Twitter skills to build stronger connections with their constituents. That’s according to think tank Parliament Street which has produced a new report urging MPs to […]

by · 23rd October 2012 · Press Room
The Marketing Blog covers our research into MPs Twitter use

The Marketing Blog covers our research into MPs Twitter use

The Marketing Blog has done an extensive piece into our new research paper, @Parliament: the failure of MPs to connect on Twitter: Leading politicians, including Tessa Jowell, tweet 40 times per day on average Report urges out of touch MPs to brush up on Twitter skills Research from UK think tank Parliament Street urges elected representatives to be smarter on social […]

by · 10th October 2012 · Press Room