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3. Explore materials from our past UK pilot efforts funded in 2004-05 by the then UK Local e-Democracy National Project.
 
3. Explore materials from our past UK pilot efforts funded in 2004-05 by the then UK Local e-Democracy National Project.
** [Current UK-related Blog Posts http://blog.e-democracy.org/posts/category/uk] or [http://e-democracy.org/uk/notes.html older project notes]
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* [Current UK-related Blog Posts http://blog.e-democracy.org/posts/category/uk] or [http://e-democracy.org/uk/notes.html older project notes]
** [[Oxford e-democracy evaluation]] - With links to multiple evaluations
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* [[Oxford e-democracy evaluation]] - With links to multiple evaluations
** [UK Press Release http://e-democracy.org/uk/press.html]
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* [UK Press Release http://e-democracy.org/uk/press.html]
** [http://e-democracy.org/if/guide.pdf 60 Page Guidebook] and [Why Join Flyer http://e-democracy.org/center/whyjoin.html]
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* [http://e-democracy.org/if/guide.pdf 60 Page Guidebook] and [Why Join Flyer http://e-democracy.org/center/whyjoin.html]
** [http://www.dowire.org/wiki/Issues_Forum_case Case Study ]
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* [http://www.dowire.org/wiki/Issues_Forum_case Case Study ]

Revision as of 09:23, 11 February 2010

Welcome to E-Democracy.org UK.

The following local Issues Forums are part of our global network of citizen-based online forums for community empowerment and active citizen participation. The neighbourhood-level forums also include broader "community life" exchange.

E-Democracy.org is currently interested in partnering with a neighbourhood in a lower income, high diverse community in the UK to connect into our Inclusive Social Media effort which has funding in the U.S..

Get Involved in the United Kingdom with E-Democracy.org

1. Volunteer to start an Issues Forum in your community. Extensive start-up training and advice is available. Or volunteer to join the local city "team" to help with outreach and more.

2. Connect with Edward Andersson or Mary Reid, the UK-based members of our international Board. Dan Jellinek is also a former Board member active in Brighton and Hove.

3. Explore materials from our past UK pilot efforts funded in 2004-05 by the then UK Local e-Democracy National Project.

 

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