[okfn-discuss] Youth-wing Political Party digital efforts? Youth engagement online generally? #opengov #demopart
henry.james.lau at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 06:31:20 UTC 2015
Two examples from the UK.
1) UK Youth Parliament http://www.ukyouthparliament.org.uk/ I'm sure this
is being done elsewhere but it seems like a good scheme. They actually get
to go into the chamber in the House of Commons.
2)The education committee asked people on a student forum about their views
on apprenticeships as part of one of their enquiries.
Hope that's helpful
On 2 June 2015 at 18:57, Steven Clift <clift at e-democracy.org> wrote:
> Next week I'll be speaking to the youth wings of the two main
> political parties in Taiwan. I'll also be speaking to NGOs and others
> looking to engage youth.
> Any tips on great case studies or examples to highlight from around the
> I am looking for:
> 1. Model youth-wing political party efforts
> 2. Youth-led digital efforts that had the greatest impact (including
> any examples that sustained digital engagement "post-protest" tied to
> the Arab Spring, Occupy, etc. leading to various results)
> 3. Outreach _to_ youth online on civics/politics/government that
> wasn't mostly just surface marketing
> 4. Examples of inter-generational civic efforts started by young
> people with a fresh approach but engaging all
> Please reply to: clift at e-democracy.org
> Or post in here: http://facebook.com/groups/opengovgroup
> Steven Clift - Executive Director, E-Democracy.org
> clift at e-democracy.org - +1.612.234.7072
> @democracy - http://linkedin.com/in/netclift
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