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Unconference session 1: online democracy session at #gccy14 a great group of people! How can our digital services be more engaging?
We're here! @GovCampCymru #gccy14 http://t.co/XweQPnUr95
@samknight says that we really need to find a way to prove to people that engagement is worthwhile
@samknight talks about his website http://t.co/a4TDTx3q0v, readable format of the Welsh Assembly's debates #DDCEngage http://t.co/k1wHhssD3s
Paul Kane: I am passionate about making parliament more relevant to citizens lives #DDCEngage
@digidemocracyuk Commissioner Paul Kane is in Cardiff for a @GovCampCymru fringe event starting now!
Very different perspectives on the law making process coming out, depending on which interests are involved #digdemo #DDCEngage
About to start a practical exercise in how to influence legislation #digdemo #DDCEngage
Many interesting initiatives on law-making in the UK right now. GoodLaw, LDAPP, Public reading stage... #digdemo #DDCEngage
...but can digital help to overcome the barriers? #digidemo #DDCEngage
Many barriers to participating in the law-making process. Language, complexity, resources... #digdemo #DDCEngage
Here in Sheffield for the fabulous Festival of the Mind, in the DDC's most unusual venue yet, Castle House #digdemo #DDCEngage
A shift from representative to participatory democracy? @estrangeirada #digdemo #DDCEngage
Global Legislative Openess Week http://t.co/BywrTGRBod closes today http://t.co/NBy6O07ah5 #openparl2014
@NDIgov Please see our news story at http://t.co/RrMt8hzoMT