[@OKau] Fwd: Can democracy be open sourced?

Steven Clift clift at e-democracy.org
Fri May 20 03:46:01 UTC 2016

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From: "Joanne Petrovic" <Joanne.Petrovic at polivote.com.au>
Date: May 19, 2016 7:24 PM
Subject: Can democracy be open sourced?
To: "Steven" <team at e-democracy.org>

*Democracy OS is becoming a world-wide organisation focused on Open
Sourcing Democracy*
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TEDx talk:  Pia Mancini: How to upgrade democracy for the Internet era
Dear Steven,

Millions of people have watched the above TEDx talk on what happens when
citizens decide to use technology to open source government.    Since this
talk DemocracyOS
has grown and improved enormously.  Can citizens, politicians and
government end up in a partnership that open sources democracy for all to
be involved?

*Friday 27 May 2016, at 10am EDST*
(9:30 in SA & NT)
(8am in WA)

Book Now!

  *Guest Speaker:*  Ana Lis Rodríguez Nardelli

Ana is a Research Director of  (Democracy
Democracy OS is one of the most recognised world-wide tools for publishing
government decisions.  Ana is a Professor at University of Buenos Aires,
and specializes in political participation, public organizations and


Anna is the seventh guest speaker in a series of webinars
dedicated to examining how technology can evolve democracies and community
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