Digital Democracy Manifesto team for an afternoon workshop on 27 November at Newspeak House exploring digital deliberation and how can we can design online participatory processes that work for and empower everyone. In collaboration with Cybersalon and Digital Liberties
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We’ll be spending some time exploring the why, what, how of digital democracy, before taking a more in-depth look at some of the platforms that we feel have real promise.
We’ll also be joined by Colin Megill skyping in from Seattle, introducing us to new aspects of online decision making tool Pol.is, and Phil Bates from the Digital Democracy Cooperative in Bristol, the team behind the Call for Corbyn app, who are working to overhaul member participation in the Labour Party using new tools. Find out more here.
Drinks and snacks will be provided.
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Supported by the Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster.