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P2POLLDER
Bringing the Pollder to the people.
Dutch Blockchain Hackathon
12/02/2017
The essence of P2POLLDER
Binding citizen input into
policy-making processes
keeping checks & balances
to the government
a ...
What is the problem?
• Misplaced trust in politics
• No accountability to campaign
promises
• Limited trust & feedback fro...
Current policy-making process
Policy formulationAgenda setting Execution
• Political games
• Decision-makers’ personal pre...
Involving the citizen directly in policy
formulation
Policy formulationAgenda setting Execution
4
How P2POLLDER works
Policy-maker
Citizen
Voting on policy proposals
Proposal for new policy
Policy content
Time-frame for ...
Citizen input throughout the whole decision-
making process
Inquiry Policy shaping Policy proposal
Policy-maker
Citizen
• ...
X-Factors of P2POLLDER
3. Fits within current
judicial system
1. Accountability through
follow-up logging
2. Display of co...
Why blockchain
Automated execution by
smart contracts
Ability to define voters criteria
Transparency enabling trust
and re...
Potential application areas
Political parties City councils (Private)
communities
National
governments
9
Embed in the blockchain ecosystem
Identity management system to
avoid double voting
(EPICAUTH)
Incorporate verified data
10
Impact on: the user
Auditable commitment from
policy makers
Transparency of policy
decision-making processes
Direct partic...
Impact on: the user-context
Citizen participation in desired
topics
Trust in participation input
Faster and more transpare...
Impact on: society
A smaller gap between
policy-making and citizen
preferences.
Benefits of both direct and
indirect democ...
Three-month plan
END DUTCH BLOCKCHAIN
HACKATHON
FIND COMMITED GOVERNOR
FIND COMMITED POLICY-
MAKER
TEST OUTSIDE ETHEREUM
T...
P2POLLDER
Bringing the Pollder to the people.
Dutch Blockchain Hackathon
12/02/2017
Acknowledgements
Pictograms: designed by
Freepik from Flaticon
The P2POLLDER Team
16
Pascal van Kooten
the Blockchain Guru...
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P2 pollder

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Presentation of the P2Pollder team at the Dutch blockchain hackathon. For more information see http://discipl.org/hackathon.

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P2 pollder

  1. 1. P2POLLDER Bringing the Pollder to the people. Dutch Blockchain Hackathon 12/02/2017
  2. 2. The essence of P2POLLDER Binding citizen input into policy-making processes keeping checks & balances to the government a smaller gap between policy-making and citizen preferences. while enabling 1
  3. 3. What is the problem? • Misplaced trust in politics • No accountability to campaign promises • Limited trust & feedback from current e-participation platforms • Hierarchical citizen participation processes • Limited citizen participation process • Discrepancy between citizen preferences and policies • Hierarchical citizen participation processes 2
  4. 4. Current policy-making process Policy formulationAgenda setting Execution • Political games • Decision-makers’ personal preferences • False campaign promises Vote on political party that matches personal preferences once every 4 years Large gap between formulated policy and citizen preferences 3
  5. 5. Involving the citizen directly in policy formulation Policy formulationAgenda setting Execution 4
  6. 6. How P2POLLDER works Policy-maker Citizen Voting on policy proposals Proposal for new policy Policy content Time-frame for voting Defined follow-up actions Voting with explanation 5
  7. 7. Citizen input throughout the whole decision- making process Inquiry Policy shaping Policy proposal Policy-maker Citizen • Input on proposals • Follow-up action logging • Overview of citizen sentiment • Display of community sentiment • Accountability through follow-up action logging • Transparency in proposer of policy 6
  8. 8. X-Factors of P2POLLDER 3. Fits within current judicial system 1. Accountability through follow-up logging 2. Display of community sentiment 7
  9. 9. Why blockchain Automated execution by smart contracts Ability to define voters criteria Transparency enabling trust and reputation systems 8
  10. 10. Potential application areas Political parties City councils (Private) communities National governments 9
  11. 11. Embed in the blockchain ecosystem Identity management system to avoid double voting (EPICAUTH) Incorporate verified data 10
  12. 12. Impact on: the user Auditable commitment from policy makers Transparency of policy decision-making processes Direct participation in policy- making arena Knowing that your opinion matters Citizen 11
  13. 13. Impact on: the user-context Citizen participation in desired topics Trust in participation input Faster and more transparent policy decision-making No middle man between government and citizen Government Closer gap between policy and agenda setting 12
  14. 14. Impact on: society A smaller gap between policy-making and citizen preferences. Benefits of both direct and indirect democracy 13
  15. 15. Three-month plan END DUTCH BLOCKCHAIN HACKATHON FIND COMMITED GOVERNOR FIND COMMITED POLICY- MAKER TEST OUTSIDE ETHEREUM TESTNET CONNECT TO EPICAUTH TEST WITH PILOT GROUP OF CITIZENS IMPLEMENT ON MUNICIPALITY LEVEL EXPLORE OTHER USE CASES 12/2 20/2 27/2 13/3 27/3 3/4 10/4 12/5 14
  16. 16. P2POLLDER Bringing the Pollder to the people. Dutch Blockchain Hackathon 12/02/2017
  17. 17. Acknowledgements Pictograms: designed by Freepik from Flaticon The P2POLLDER Team 16 Pascal van Kooten the Blockchain Guru André van der Heijden the Block Builder Harmke Alkemade the Data Wizard David Allessie the New Kid on the Block Bas van Berkel the Python Ad Reijngoudt the Admin Remi Sloot the Backbone Martin Kisjes the UX Guy

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