Carleton University, Canada
March 20, 2019, 3 p.m.
· Room D (Chateau)
This session will explore two aspects of inclusive governance: inclusive policy making and inclusive service design and delivery. How to involve everyday people from all walks of life in policy making, in such a way that allows them to give constructive, informed input into public decisions? And how to enhance the reach and impact of digital public services to support inclusion in terms of design and delivery?
March 19, 2019, 4:30 p.m.
· George Marshall Room (Chateau)
Twitter Wikiedit bots report changes to Wikipedia that have been made from within a specified institution: commonly, governments. An immediate conclusion, often gleefully leapt upon by the press, is that such edits must be partisan and politicised. Amanda’s research digs more deeply into the value and impact of such edits and the bots who report them.
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