E-Democracy Pages Wiki

Search Wiki

 

Tools

 

Difference between revisions of "Sunshine 2.0"

From E-Democracy.org

Line 19: Line 19:
 
** [[Local Government 2.0]] - A collection of key reports and guides. We may seek to quote various lists and key points. Many of these reports come from a government perspective, while we are articulating the public perspective on what "we" would like to see from government not just in terms of social media use (all the rage) but in terms of local government online support for democracy (transparency, participation, etc.)
 
** [[Local Government 2.0]] - A collection of key reports and guides. We may seek to quote various lists and key points. Many of these reports come from a government perspective, while we are articulating the public perspective on what "we" would like to see from government not just in terms of social media use (all the rage) but in terms of local government online support for democracy (transparency, participation, etc.)
 
** [http://www.whitehouse.gov/open White House Open Government Initiative] - This effort suggests the need to translate relevant democratic goals to measures the public will expect of local and state government, not just their federal government.
 
** [http://www.whitehouse.gov/open White House Open Government Initiative] - This effort suggests the need to translate relevant democratic goals to measures the public will expect of local and state government, not just their federal government.
 +
** [http://e-democracy.org/practice E-Democracy Communities of Practice], including the [http://facebook.com/groups/opengovgroup Open Government and Civic Technology Facebook Group], and our [http://pages.e-democracy.org/List_of_groups List of Groups].
  
 
[http://e-democracy.org/about Back to About E-Democracy.org]
 
[http://e-democracy.org/about Back to About E-Democracy.org]

Revision as of 05:57, 7 April 2014

This is home for resources related to the drafting of the Sunshine 2.0 guide for the League of Women Voters. Drafting is being led by Steven Clift, for E-Democracy.org.


Back to About E-Democracy.org

 

Home - Mobile - Forums - Wiki - Blog - About - Help - Contact - People - Donate - Rules - Archives