The Centre for Policy Development has released a new issue of its online magazine, Insight:
As the internet continues to make transparency and collaboration cheaper and easier, governments around the world face increasing pressure to become more open and more participatory. This edition of InSight looks at the idea of Upgrading Democracy: combining open access to government information with collaborative policy development to increase citizens’ influence over the decisions that affect their lives. The ‘Government 2.0 Taskforce’ is currently putting together its advice on how to open up access to public sector information and use online tools to improve the conversation between government and citizens. This InSight, which has also doubled as a submission to the Taskforce, unpacks the ‘Government 2.0’ concept for the non-geeks out there, as well as featuring some hot new ideas for those who are already in the thick of it.
You can read the issue here.