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Local government and community democracy online presentation to national League of Women Voters convention.

Local government and community democracy online presentation to national League of Women Voters convention.

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  • 1. Sunshine 2.0:Open and Interactive<br />Steven Clift<br />Executive Director<br />E-Democracy.org<br />
  • 2. Government by Day, Citizen by Night<br />
  • 3. Sunshine 2.0<br />Vision. Demand. Goals. Measures. …for Local Democracy Online<br />
  • 4. Government Online – PewInternet.org<br />April 2010 report brings fresh data:<br />48% of internet users have looked for information about a public policy or issue online with their local, state or federal government<br />46% have looked up what services a government agency provides<br />41% have downloaded government forms<br />35% have researched official government documents or statistics<br />33% have renewed a driver’s license or auto registration<br />31% use online platforms such as blogs, social networking sites, email, online video or text messaging to get government information<br />23% participate in the online debate around government policies or issues, with much of this discussion occurring outside of official government channels. <br />
  • 5. Framing Indicators(with examples)<br />Help us shape them.<br />Early “big ten” draft available.<br />
  • 6. 1. What government wants to tell us.<br />
  • 7. A home page says 1,000 words.<br />Minneapolis wants so: <br />Share news it has decided is important<br />Highlight “results”<br />Use social media<br />Provide non-English information<br />Promote services strongly<br /> Minneapolis must:<br />Post salaries of top three paid employees for 90 days on home page<br />
  • 8. 2. What government must tell us. What we feel we need to know.<br />“public=online”? – Transparency campaign by the Sunlight Foundation<br />Accountability information.<br />
  • 9. Timely Access to Information<br />Key e-service –e-alerts so you can ACT on information before it is too late!<br />
  • 10. Public Meetings On-Demand<br />Linked video, documents<br />Also see PublicMeetings.Info<br />
  • 11. Reusing Data – Personalized to You<br />
  • 12. Budgets and Spending<br />South Carolina state agencies must put spending information online<br />Comptroller promoting local government efforts<br />
  • 13. 3. What we want to tell government<br />Communication. Understanding the “will of the people” in government.<br />
  • 14. Contact Me!<br />Old and new clash online – “Current agendas are posted in front of City Hall in King Plaza on the elevator walls …”<br />
  • 15. Sorting Policy Input from Service Queries<br />Menlo Park, CA<br />“Community Engagement Feedback”<br />Both citizen and government can track responses<br />
  • 16. 4. What we need to “hear” from each other publicly in the context of government decisions<br />Imagining online public spaces and hearings?<br />
  • 17. Great Councilmember Page, But Disconnected from Two-way<br />
  • 18. Tip Toe in the Facebook<br />Real-names giving some governments confidence to create Facebook Pages with open comments<br />Why not elsewhere?<br />
  • 19. 5. Community collaboration, problem-solving, and inclusive engagement<br />
  • 20. This page left intentionally blank.<br />Let’s make this happen.<br />
  • 21. Democracy Home Page<br />Let’s be citizen-centric online in government.<br />
  • 22. Democracy Home Page<br />How process works, effective participation<br />Decision-making information<br />Who represents you?<br />Good tools for elected officials<br />Local laws and rules<br />Local elections<br />Budgets, spending, and taxes<br />Accountability<br />Ethics, Freedom of Information, Transparency data, your rights, etc.<br />
  • 23. Democracy “Home”<br />AskBristol.org – A world leading local e-democracy city (UK)<br />
  • 24. Democracy “Home”<br />Palo Alto giving it a try with “Know Zone”<br />Secrecy image?<br />
  • 25. Next Generation Local Democracy Features<br />More examples!<br />
  • 26. Gathering Public Input<br />Santa Cruz – UserVoice<br />Amherst – Localocracy<br />Manor “Labs” Texas<br />
  • 27. Freedom of Information Requests<br />UK WhatDoTheyKnow.com shares results online <br />
  • 28. Deep Transparency<br />E-mail sent to all Palo Alto City Council members before meetings<br />Data sets in Washington DC<br />
  • 29. Really Deep Transparency<br />Post-Communist Estonia appreciates “public=online”<br />Tallinn’s Document Register, National X-Road provides secure access to private data held on you<br />
  • 30. Community-wide Support for Democracy Online<br />Webinar preview:<br />http://e-democracy.org/webinars<br />
  • 31. Locals Online<br />What are the media, community groups, active citizens and others doing to foster and support local democracy online?<br />What can “communities” themselves do to address public challenges and address social needs if they have the online tools?<br />See recent “Neighbors Online” report from PewInternet.org and Locals Online community.<br />
  • 32. The “default” local online news commenting experience is …<br />Most people see, expect public conflict.Sharp contrast with private social networking.<br />
  • 33. “The most democratizing aspect of the Internet is the ability of people to organize and communicate in groups.”- Steven Clift in “Democracy is Online” article published by Internet Society, 1998<br />
  • 34. Neighbors Online – PewInternet.org<br />27% of American adult Internet users (or 20% of adults overall) use “digital tools to talk to their neighbors and keep informed about community issues.”<br />14% read a blog dealing with community issues at least once in the last year<br />13% exchanged emails with neighbors about community issues<br />7% say they belong to a community e-mail list (more women)<br />6% communicated with neighbors by text messaging on cell phones<br />5% joined a social network site group connected to community issues<br />3% followed neighbors using Twitter<br />Read full report<br />Lower income, Latino, rural need to be included<br />Analysis on E-Democracy.org blog.<br />
  • 35. CC:, E-Lists, Placeblogs, Social Nets<br />CC: E-mail <br />The simple sheet of paper passed around at National Night Out …<br />E-mail Discussion Lists<br />E-Democracy.org, Google/YahooGroups, DC nhoods, Brooklyn parents<br />Placeblogs<br />Cornerstone of “citizen journalism” online, sometimes “watch dog” protest sites<br />Local Social Networks<br />Facebook Pages/Groups, Ning Sites, etc.<br />
  • 36. City Hall<br />Local Media<br />Coverage<br />Personal<br />Networks<br />“Secondary<br />Networks”e-mail forwards<br />Civil Society<br />Creating Public Space - Issues Forums<br />Ctizen #1<br />Arts Group<br />City Councilor<br />Mayor<br />Reporter<br />Candidate<br />New Resident<br />Issues Forum<br />GroupServer e-mails posts web view<br />Citizens<br />Local Biz<br />Subscribe once<br />Commitment secured<br />Post via e-mail/web<br />Librarian<br />Citizen 500<br />Advocacy Group<br />Neighborhood Leader<br />Police<br />Forum Manager<br />
  • 37. Neighbor Issues Forums Stories<br />Somali community – 20 missing youth to crosswalks<br />“Little Mekong” and BoaLee’s lessons<br />Powderhorn Cinco de Mayoviolence<br />Community garden<br />Chickens in Bemidji<br />Leech Lake Native American majority rural forum<br />Inclusion evaluation in progress:http://e-democracy.org/inclusion<br />
  • 38. Many Purposes<br />Meet<br />Communicate<br />Socialize<br />Share Information, Contacts, Advice<br />Support Neighbors<br />Exchange Opinions<br />Media Accountability<br />Community News<br />Announce/Invite<br />Organize<br />Collaborate<br />Problem-solving<br />Build bridges/Inclusion<br />Influence Government<br />
  • 39. Conclusion<br />The real e-revolution starts with your small group exercise.<br />
  • 40. Further Information<br />As part of Participation 3.0 we are:<br />Convening and working to “move the field”<br />Plotting a “Locals Online” roll call webinar<br />Working with League of Women Voters on “Sunshine 2.0” guide for local evaluation of govs online support for democracy<br />Working with OpenPlans.org on “DemocracyMap”<br />Really pushing inclusion in online civic engagement <br />Developing next generation partnership proposals by 4Q<br />Steven Clift<br />clift@e-democracy.org<br />@democracy on Twitter<br />612-234-7072<br />Links<br />http://blog.e-democracy.org<br />http://e-democracy.org/p3<br />http://stevenclift.com<br />Slides also available from:<br />http://www.slideshare.net/netclift<br />

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