Innovation in Civic Engagement - Ideas para la Paz, Bogota

Innovation in Civic Engagement - Ideas para la Paz, Bogota

Slides of the presentation held at #‎ConectadosPorLaPaz‬, Bogota, 5 August 2015.
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Case study download: http://bit.ly/ideaspaz

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Alberto Lusoli

August 05, 2015
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  1. INNOVATION IN CIVIC ENGAGEMENT Bogotá, August 05, 2015 ANALYSIS OF

    AN E-DELIBERATION PROJECT Alberto Lusoli
  2. Alberto Lusoli Co-Founder HTTP://DEEBA.SE

  3. The Experiment

  4. Aug. 5th 2015, Bogotá The context The Italian city of

    Cesena Electoral period
  5. Aug. 5th 2015, Bogotá The Objective Co-construction of the political

    agenda for the years 2014-2019
  6. The Target

  7. Research question How, and under which conditions can ICTs facilitate

    large-scale deliberative processes?
  8. Deliberation ≠ Decision How individuals, groups, communities come to imagine

    alternatives through a confrontation of participant’s idea with those offered by others who hold contrasting views
  9. The Platform Online deliberative space 7 main discussion areas

  10. The Platform Propose Articulate Vote

  11. Most popular opinion And main reasons why The Platform

  12. Aug. 5th 2015, Bogotá

  13. Aug. 5th 2015, Bogotá

  14. Aug. 5th 2015, Bogotá 1 month 38 proposals 1 final

    program 7 discussion topics
  15. None
  16. What worked Online – Offline integration

  17. What worked Online – Offline integration

  18. What worked Digital - Analog

  19. Challenges Instead of discussing one another, many users posted their

    ideas focusing only on their proposals
  20. Aug. 5th 2015, Bogotá 20 prolifer ation user’s own attribution

    previous attributions designed functionalities
  21. Online offline integration The online should inform the offline, and

    viceversa.
  22. Aug. 5th 2015, Bogotá 22 DELIBERATION AND MASS PARTICIPATION the

    trade-off As the number of opinion being debated increases, the cognitive resources needed to take into consideration all the different perspectives increases as well, soon outstripping the capacity of the individual to analyze them all. (Fishkin, 2009)
  23. Design, Test, Analyse, Repeat

  24. Aug. 5th 2015, Bogotá 24 Thanks. HTTP://DEEBA.SE AL@4D3.IT TWITTER.COM/ALBERTOLUSOLI DOWNLOAD

    THE CASE STUDY: HTTP://BIT.LY/IDEASPAZ All pictures used in this presentation are protected by Creative Common License. Photo Credits: https://www.flickr.com/photos/diversey/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/f-r-a-n-k/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/bilal-kamoon/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/11527081@N05/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/johnkeane/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/chantrybee/ References: Fishkin, J. (2009). When the People Speak: Deliberative Democracy and Public Consultation. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1017/S153759271000143X