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.@LabourDigital recommend #onlinevoting 4 elections & public votes on legislation via @UKHouseofLords http://t.co/LDRH89XWW9
#gccy14 hashtag session. A tool for inclusion...
Final session at #gccy14 hmmm what to choose. What can Wales learn from the GDS or the use of hash tags rather than travelling?
#gccy14 liquid democracy being mentioned again and again. A viable option for the future?
Comment from the floor: politicians should crowdsource their strategies. People engage with issues not politicians
Third session now on how to make what govt does more accessible #gccy14
Afternoon sessions now. @TheSatoriLab thanking the sponsors #gccy14 http://t.co/3dfr5yl9JM
#gccy14 full room for session 2 on responsive and responsible govt. @delib just sneaking into the room too! http://t.co/Faf5Wi20Ir
Session 2 now on responsible government #gccy14
Comment from the floor: Engagement is not disseminating information it's starting a conversation #gccy14
@digidemocracyuk style guides, peer reviews, short/long forms, everyday language will make democracy more accessible #gccy14
Last qu, what can we do as a group to practically to move our thoughts forward? #ggcy14
Session 1 conclusion: democracy happens grassroots up. Govt reports need to be more visually engaging with a bite size summary #gccy14
Comment from the floor: democracy starts at the grassroots not from govt #gccy14
Comment from floor: govt in 2014 should not be using pdf docs as a default option