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Virtual Parliaments, Engaged Citizens - webinar

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What role is there for citizens’ voices in our increasingly digital parliaments? How can legislatures best facilitate digital engagement?

From Brazil to the Maldives, legislatures are moving key parts of their work online. As parliaments increasingly adapt to the digital world, this webinar asks “What options are most effective for including citizens’ voices in virtual parliaments?”

Our conversation will include leading international voices drawn from UK Parliament, academia, and the participatory technologies ecosystem.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Dr. Miguel Arana Catania, Research Fellow at Warwick University and the Alan Turing Institute; former Director of Madrid’s Citizen Participation project; founding team at Consul.
  • Prof. Cristina Leston-Bandeira, Co-Director of the Centre for Democratic Engagement and Chair of the UK Study of Parliament Group.
  • Tiago Peixoto, Senior Public Sector Specialist, World Bank Group.

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The Bennett Institute and UK Parliament are partners in this webinar.

Find out more about the Bennett Institute’s Digital State project.

This event is part of the Digital Translators webinar series run by StateUp

Too often, the worlds of government and technology can feel disconnected and devoid of a common language. Bridging this gap, the series will bring together leading voices at the intersection of government and technology, crafting conversations between entrepreneurs, public servants, researchers and investors interested in digital innovation with public purpose.

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