Tag Archives: Co-design

Crowdsourcing policy: First, create a crowd

Tweet If there was one sound bite that stood out for me at the last Translation Layer event, it was Steph Gray’s ‘policy is written by those who show up’. If that’s the case (and it’s hard to argue against … Continue reading

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A confection of ideas – co-design & policymaking

Tweet The second in the 2012 Political Innovation ‘Translation Layer’ series – Co-Design & Policymaking – is happening tomorrow evening at 6.30pm. I hope to see you there. In a separate post here, I’ve outlined some of the more interesting examples of … Continue reading

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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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No 7: Breaking the monopolies that control the way schools are designed

Tweet I’ve been following the Political Innovation project quite closely over the last month or so and the innovation that I would like to propose represents a synthesis of many of the other ideas in this series. I work in … Continue reading

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