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The Melbourne School of Government's Helen Sullivan asks whether governments have the capacity to act when the public doesn't trust politicians and politics.
Internet privacy activist Richard Stallman writes in Wired magazine that online surveillance by governments must be reined in if democracy is to survive.
Norway's efforts to cap election spending point to a simple but effective way to reduce the role of money politics on democracy, says Emmett Rensin from Mic.com.
Two new apps allow a public servant or a citizen to live stream public meetings, writes Northeastern University's James Toscano.
David Skelton argues in The New Statesman that rule of the people has been replaced by rule of technocrats.
VIDEO: A comedy debate about the fact and fiction of working in the Australian government.
Norm Kelly, Marian Sawer and Peter Brent from the Australian National University suggest ways to achieve more transparency in Australia's electoral system.
Professor Emeritus Cheryl Saunders and ABC Radio National host Jonathan Green in conversation about Australia's federal democracy.
A database published by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance examines and compares how political donations are regulated around the world.
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