We’re happy to introduce Dialogue v3! We’ve made this major update to help governments continue interacting with the public with openness and transparency.

We built Dialogue because we want government to have an easy way of getting input from citizens on policy challenges. …

Following the successes of their smaller, localised events (like the one we went to in Edinburgh last year), the good folks at OneTeamGov have been working away for months to produce their first global unconference. It all came together and on July 16th some of the Delib team headed to London to get stuck in.

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Ludwig and Louise were volunteering, meaning they spent their day greeting attendees, helping with sessions and giving out many high-fives. With our Australian colleague Katharine in the country visiting the UK office and our newest recruit Chris having only just started with the company, it only made sense to send them along too, to get their first taste of an unconference. …

On Friday 29th June, the Practical Democracy Project came home to Delib’s HQ city of Bristol, UK. With previous events having taken place in London, Edinburgh and Manchester, and a recent one in Wellington, New Zealand, it’s safe to say the Practical Democracy Project is going global, and this is just the beginning; the movement is growing and we plan to keep this momentum going.

With each event that happens, we’re aiming to get people together from the worlds of civic society, tech and government to discuss practical ways of improving democracy, opening up honest discussions and mapping out how to create a better democratic experience for everyone. …


The Delib Team

Digital democracy, citizen involvement, public participation, deliberation, civic tech. Makers of Citizen Space. www.delib.net

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