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E-Democracy.Org builds online public space in the heart of real democracy and community.  
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E-Democracy.Org builds online public space in the heart of real democracy and community. Our [[Mission and Goals|mission]] is to expand participation and build stronger democracies and communities through the power of information and communication technologies and strategies.  
  
 
Starting with the world's first election information website in [http://e-democracy.org/1994 1994] in Minnesota, today we host over 25 local [http://e-democracy.org/if Issues Forums] in 15 communities across three countries - New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In addition to these "online town halls," we promote civic engagement online around the world.  
 
Starting with the world's first election information website in [http://e-democracy.org/1994 1994] in Minnesota, today we host over 25 local [http://e-democracy.org/if Issues Forums] in 15 communities across three countries - New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In addition to these "online town halls," we promote civic engagement online around the world.  
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* Scan recent [http://blog.e-democracy.org/ blog posts]
 
* Scan recent [http://blog.e-democracy.org/ blog posts]
 
* Review our [[Mission and Goals|mission and goals]]
 
* Review our [[Mission and Goals|mission and goals]]
* Read our [http://blog.e-democracy.org/posts/488 Participation 3.0] draft
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* Visit our new [http://e-democracy.org/p3 Participation 3.0] project
 
* [http://e-democracy.org/contact Contact us]
 
* [http://e-democracy.org/contact Contact us]
 
* Watch this short interview on [http://e-democracy.org/if Issues Forums] or '''select from the many pages below'''.
 
* Watch this short interview on [http://e-democracy.org/if Issues Forums] or '''select from the many pages below'''.

Revision as of 15:50, 9 December 2009

E-Democracy.Org builds online public space in the heart of real democracy and community. Our mission is to expand participation and build stronger democracies and communities through the power of information and communication technologies and strategies.

Starting with the world's first election information website in 1994 in Minnesota, today we host over 25 local Issues Forums in 15 communities across three countries - New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In addition to these "online town halls," we promote civic engagement online around the world.

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