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*''April 30-May 2: [http://www.conferencealerts.com/seeconf.mv?q=ca1m6xi3 1st Global Conference: Problems of Democracy], Prague, Czech Republic.
 
*''April 30-May 2: [http://www.conferencealerts.com/seeconf.mv?q=ca1m6xi3 1st Global Conference: Problems of Democracy], Prague, Czech Republic.
 
*''April 19-20: [http://polc2010.com/ Politics Online Conference], Washington, DC, United States.
 
*''April 19-20: [http://polc2010.com/ Politics Online Conference], Washington, DC, United States.
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*''April 17: [http://participationcamp.org/ ParticipationCamp], Washington, DC, United States.
 
*''April 6-8: [http://sites.google.com/site/bacsconference2010/ Democracy as a work in progress: the intellectual and cultural dynamics of the Canadian idea], Cambridge, United Kingdom.''
 
*''April 6-8: [http://sites.google.com/site/bacsconference2010/ Democracy as a work in progress: the intellectual and cultural dynamics of the Canadian idea], Cambridge, United Kingdom.''
  

Revision as of 11:23, 29 March 2010

Following is a list of past and future conferences where the Metagovernment project was or might be presented.

Listed conferences are about democracy, new media participation, Government 2.0, and related topics.

Items listed in italics are conferences where the project is not making a presentation (or where a presentation has been proposed but not yet accepted), but which may be of interest to the community.

2010

August

June

May

April

March

February

January

  • January 23-24: City Camp, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
  • January 23: UKGovCamp, London, United Kingdom.
  • January 12-13: WikiWars, Bangalore, India.

2009

November

October

September

August

  • August 8–9: TransparencyCamp West, Mountain View, California, United States.
    • Jim Gilliam attending. (Others?)

July

June

  • June 22-28: Participation Camp, New York, NY, United States; and also Virtual via Skype chat and LiveStream.
    • Various members of Startup list attended to the Virtual section.
    • Ed Pastore gave virtual presentation: "Making Direct Democracy Practical." (Skip ahead to 9:00 to get beyond initial technical problems with the presentation venue.)

April

  • April 19: eDemocracy Camp, Washington, DC, United States.
    • Ed Pastore presented a 5-minute "lightning round" presentation on direct democracy and Metagovernment.

February

2008

October

August

See also

External links