Tag Archives: CrowdLaw

How do we maximize and sustain participation in the #CrowdLaw process?

Co-authored by Julia Root This post is second in a series of four “reports from the field” on #crowdlaw First blog On September 24,The GovLab hosted it’s third online global conference on #CrowdLaw. This event is designed specifically for field practitioners and advocates to share experiences and connect with others who share similar goals but […]

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A growing community of global #CrowdLaw practitioners

Co-authored by Julia Root On September 24th, The GovLab held its third online global conference on #CrowdLaw. Practitioners from 16 countries discussed the challenges and lessons learned when crowdsourcing legislation and constitutions. The session including lightning talks by practitioners with projects from Austria, Brazil, Chile, Finland, United States, Morocco, Libya and Spain and then a […]

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September 24th Global Online Conference on #CrowdLaw

On Thursday, September 24th from 9:30am – 11:30am EDT, The GovLab will host its third online gathering of CrowdLaw practitioners from around the world. This third installment in an ongoing series on the evolution of CrowdLaw — crowdsourced legislative and regulatory lawmaking — aims to enable participants to share their experiences and learn from one […]

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Expanding Insights – #Crowdlaw Session 2 Highlights Need for Experimentation & Collaboration

Last week, The GovLab Academy hosted its second #Crowdlaw session, bringing together thinkers and doers designing and running initiatives to empower and engage citizens in the process of legislation- and constitution-making from around the world. If you missed it, you can watch the full session here or review all of the Tweets from the event […]

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Crowdlaw in Action Part 2: A Preview

This coming Monday, June 16 from 9:30am – 11:30am EST, The GovLab Academy will host its second crowdlaw session, bringing together leaders and practitioners of #crowdlaw (i.e. crowdsourced lawmaking). In case you missed it, you can learn about projects and participants featured during our first session here. This second session – for which you can […]

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Toward More Inclusive Lawmaking: What We Know & Still Most Need to Know About Crowdlaw

On June 2, The GovLab Academy hosted its first online unconference bringing together leaders and practitioners of crowdlaw (i.e., crowdsourced development and drafting of legislation and/or constitutions). The goal of the session was to begin a dialogue between practitioners around establishing best practices for crowdlaw and to share what’s worked across the globe in an effort […]

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Crowdlaw in Action: Details & A Preview of Next Week’s Online Event

On June 2, GovLab Academy will host the first of two online “unconferences” to bring together leaders and practitioners of crowdlaw, including online legislative drafting and constitution writing organizers and platform creators. We are organizing this opportunity to learn from one another about what works, what doesn’t and what to do better to promote the institutionalization of […]

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Announcing A CrowdLaw Unconference – June 2, 2014

On June 2 from 6pm – 8pm EST, GovLab Academy is hosting the first of two online “unconferences” to bring together leaders and practitioners of CrowdLaw, including online legislative drafting and constitution writing organizers and platform creators.  We are organizing this opportunity to learn from one another about what works, what doesn’t and what to do […]

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