Iceland is crowdsourcing its new constitution

June 16th, 2011

After the huge impact of the financial crisis on its banking system and government, Iceland is writing a new Constitution through crowdsourcing. Citizens can share their ideas on a dedicated website and the major social networks as to what the new document should contain.
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India: a crowdsourcing website to fight against corruption

October 6th, 2010

Janaagraha, an Indian non-profit, launched I paid a bribe on August 15 2010 (India’s Independence Day). T R Raghunandan, a former senior civil servant and now the coordinator of the initiative, says the goal is “to build a snapshot of the corruption scenario in India.” The website encourages people to
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Chris Quigley, e-democracy evangelist in the Guardian

July 28th, 2010

Randeep Ramesh interviewed Chris Quigley in the Guardian on the 28th of July 2010. Quigley is the co-founder of Delib, an e-democracy company which has been signed up by the coalition
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