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Eyal Halamish: Citizen's Agenda

The Citizen's Agenda is a project that just might change the way democracy works. It is a University of Melbourne research project that just might change the way democracy works. It is a University of Melbourne research project, using the OurSay game, aimed at intervening in an election campaign, using social media to make a Citizen's Agenda of issues visible, so this can guide both the journalists who report the campaign and the candidates whoa re after votes. The project will provide answers to one of the most urgent questions of our times: can new media be a force for good, reinvigorating our democracy in new and effective ways- or is it just blather? Citizens Agenda

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