I’ve been inspired and surprised by the comments and contributions we received on the Digital Democracy Commission. On Monday (from 0:01am) it’s your chance to read our final report and recommendations based on what we heard and our distillation of it.
The launch is on Monday 26th, 8.30/8.40am – 10.00am. It would be great to have you watching and asking questions.
Go to this Webcast Link to watch the launch from 8:30am – there won’t be any official speaking until 8.40am when I’ll be kicking things off and introducing The Speaker and the other Commissioners.
Please ask questions via #digitaldemocracy – there will be someone specifically feeding in questions, so keep them coming. We’re really keen to pull in people not just sitting (literally) in the Westminster bubble. There are three Digital Democracy Cafes being run by UK online centres in Stockport, Leeds, and Saltburn and they’ll be watching and tweeting and Facebooking along.
There is a live Facebook Q&A session with The Speaker, John Bercow, at 9:30am which you can log on to and pose any questions you have. You can find more info here
It will be great to have your questions and your thoughts online. I’ll blog again on Monday about the report in much, much, more detail. Enjoy!
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