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For anyone who has ever asked themselves "why is politics still done like this?"
- adamsmith89 on No 2: The politics of buying stuff
- كن مع الله ولا تبالى on Political innovations – how to draft an introductory essay
- Ary gejuz on Political innovations – how to draft an introductory essay
- Update: Audio file of Warren Hatter’s talk is now online 6 December 2012
- What we’ve done so far in 2012 2 October 2012
- Policymaking in the Cloud: Doing Things Differently
- No 8: The broadening inkblot: Self-improvement for people who read newspapers (and blogs…)
- No 7: Breaking the monopolies that control the way schools are designed
- No 6: Citizen-control of personal information
- No 5: Government information? Get the public to provide it!
- No 4: See Change – opening policy research to the public
- No 3: Assertion-flagging: for less partisan, prejudiced blogging
- No 2: The politics of buying stuff
- No 1: Towards Interactive Government
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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Political innovations – how to draft an introductory essay
Tweet We’re looking for short-ish essays on the subject of ‘a political innovation I would like to propose’. These should not be longer than 450 words. We are looking for innovations that will not be rejected out-of-hand by readers of … Continue reading
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A politically cross-cutting demand for innovation?
Tweet We’re taking the political innovation project forward because there are people on all sides of the political dartboard who have a general belief in the positive potential of interactivity. This project will demonstrate that there is a community of … Continue reading
Posted in About Political Innovation Tagged Bureaucracy, Copyright, Democracy, Interactivity, Libel reform, Open source, Procurement, Service design, Transparency Comments Off on A politically cross-cutting demand for innovation?
Tweet New governments rarely arrive with as many fully-formed ideas as they like to have us believe. Often the early years of a government involves the challenging and testing of theories and the outcomes can be radically different from the … Continue reading
Posted in About Political Innovation Tagged John Perry Barlow, Personal Democracy Forum Comments Off on Why now?