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Co-design and policymaking – London event on 7th February

Tweet In the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen just how powerful a concept collaborative authoring is. Using little more than standard blogging tools and a creative use of Freedom of Information (FoI) requests, campaigners Sue Marsh and Kaliya Franklin … Continue reading

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The ‘Online State of Nature’

Tweet We’ll be publishing Political Innovation no5, 6 and 7 and announcing the date and venue for our Scottish event over the next few days. But in the meantime, as a bit of a preface to one of the essays … Continue reading

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No 3: Assertion-flagging: for less partisan, prejudiced blogging

Tweet Most political bloggers are motivated to fight what they see as bigotry, prejudice, and ill-informed, unjustifiable assertion. This is a fine and noble cause, because the spreading of false beliefs – without the evidence to support them – is … Continue reading

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