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Are citizens' juries an effective way of participation? #DDCEngage http://t.co/FS04STsF4m
Talk on the alternative ways parliament can listen: by @HansardSociety citizens' juries and more referendums
We are now discussing what a good participation model would look like! @HansardSociety @BritainThinks #DDCEngage
Comment from the floor: the public do not have effective mediums in order to solve problems or develop ideas
Comment from the floor: MPs encourage empathy from the public #DDCEngage
@HansardSociety and @BritainThinks event today with @digidemocracyuk discussing digital engagement #DDCEngage
The web page for our new consultation on online voting is now up: http://t.co/YPpePz6JV4
Mr Speaker at today's #digitaldemocracy event in #Brighton! #DDCEngage http://t.co/8nPWO596aS
Thanks @sanjaypoyzer - your comment has been noted. The online form helps us to capture more detailed responses. No need to answer every Q!
Would online voting help to increase voter turnout? Give us your views: http://t.co/RYpV5z4Fyq #DDCengage #onlinevoting #digitaldemocracy
Comment: "apps to help first-time voters decide who to vote for would be useful". #DDCengage @AITC_Education @DemsocBTN @WiredSussex
Comment: "politicians can say anything before elections - the right of recall would be a check" #DDCEngage @AITC_Education @DemsocBTN
Comment from the floor: "Parliament needs a brand - a starting point from which young people can access info about Parliament." #DDCEngage
"Crowdsourcing is being used to tackle bribery and corruption" - @anthonyzach gives #digitaldemocracy examples #DDCEngage @DemsocBTN,
.@anthonyzach gives some fascinating #digitaldemocracy examples #DDCEngage @AITC_Education, @DemsocBTN, @WiredSussex @CarolineLucas