Monika Bargmanns Weblog über Public Sector Information; Amts- und Behördenbibliotheken; elektronische Gesetzgebung, Verwaltung, Justiz; digitale Politik. Schwerpunkt Österreich & EU; meistens deutsch, manchmal englisch, selten in anderen Sprachen (früher: "eGovernment, eDemocracy, ePolitics").
Monika Bargmann's Weblog about public sector information, government libraries, government information, eGovernment, eDemocracy, ePolitics. Main focus on Austria & Europe.

Donnerstag, November 17, 2005

Stephen Coleman spricht am 7. Dezember im Rhodes Trust Lecture Theatre der Said Business School in Oxford über "E-Participation and Power: the Copper Wire and the Electricity".
Zum Inhalt: "Some e-participation projects have been funded and promoted by governments; others have been initiated by grass-roots activitists and communities. What is the relationship between such projects and the distribution of political power? Top-down/governmental e-participation can be accused of allowing the public to 'have their say' in ways that are subsequently ignored, about issues that have already been decided upon. Bottom-up/grass roots initiatives can be criticised as 'virtual talking shops' which are isolated from the structures of decision-making. What scope is there for e-enabled co-governance?"