The content of India's social capital wiki is aligned with the contents of the global Actor Atlas.

Smart tagging of development content on social platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+ supports the merging of topical conversations and viewpoints from the participating stakeholders1. On the basis of those conversations local social capital cocreators can consolidate local guidelines, which then can be accessed by the interested people in India2.

The tweets with tag #everyonesnote show on which pages across Actor Atlas and country social capital wikis there is recently tagged content. Please explore!

How to support citizens and other stakeholders in India in accessing knowledge for development will be explored in a Google+ Community.

India social capital

Add this Google+ page to one of your circles and stay up to date on this site's news.

Start here India's social capital, or check if there is something of particular interest for you3:

Pinterest Pinboard

There is also a India social capital (Pinterest). Follow it, and if you have content to pin, contact us.

Table of contents

Select the below button for a printable table of contents of this wiki. Almost all pages define an individual tag for a topic related to development in India, and they have a comment function.

If you share content with a specific tag, then please also make a comment about it on the page introducing the tag.

See the #tagcoding for India for a one page overview of the below contents. A print view of #tagcoding for India is not meaningful though.