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The European Science Foundation outlines the benefits of putting digital technologies at the centre of democracy.
The University of Michigan's Alex Halderman and Vanessa Teague of the University of Melbourne speak to Up Close Podcast about the challenges of electronic and internet voting.
In a 2013 report, the UK House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee recommends greater public engagement with policy-making.
Harvard University’s Berkman Centre for Internet and Society reviews the potential of three types of e-democracy, including electronic voting and candidate-voter matching.
The UK Parliament needs to harness digital media to be a trusted source of political and policy information, according to a report by the Hansard Society.
Bruce Williams from the University of Virginia examines whether the internet is a major threat to, or a potential saviour of, democracy.
E-democracy refers to a range of innovations and proposals to embed digital technology into democratic political and policy-making processes.
Members of Trinity College Dublin, University College Cork, and Kilkenny County Council present an experimental model for citizen deliberation.
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