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The DDC - one year on

The usual caveat – I work for the Government Digital Service but everything here is my personal opinion only.

The UK Parliament Digital Democracy Commission published its report… 1,661 more words

Digital Democracy

On the Digital Democracy Commission

With the technological growth in British society, the opportunity arises to use digital means to improve our parliamentary processes. At the behest of an online petition on the UK Government and Parliament website with over 500,000 signatures… 723 more words

National Politics

The Media A-bomb

Authentic vs. Appropriate in Media

Authenticity is probably the most valuable commodity in the media world today.  It is the ground upon which trust is built, and thus, it provides one of the best indicators of the strength & durability of the relationship between your content and your audience. 1,149 more words

Brett Lotriet Best

What we'll be working on at our Local Democracy Maker Day #LDMaker16

Local Democracy Maker Day
Friday 12th February 2016
The Media Centre, 7 Northumberland Street, Huddersfield HD1 1RL


What is a Maker Day?

Our Maker Days are a chance to collaborate with others who care about local democracy on issues that we choose together. 384 more words

Local Democracy

Help us to pick our next Maker Day challenges

We’ll be announcing the three challenges for our next Local Democracy Maker Day this week. If you’ve signed up to take part, you’ll already have received our shortlist. 598 more words

Local Democracy

Internet Freedom

Internet freedom is a topic I feel extremely passionate about as it directly correlates to fundamental human rights. As the world progressively enters a new digital age, it also triggers a whole new set of topics that need to be debated and also become less undated. 413 more words

Democracy Now!

The Digital Transformation of Government

It is 2016 and the world has changed. We can read about whatever we want on a computer that we hold in our hands. We can wear bracelets that track our fitness. 684 more words

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