News Archive 2013  

The Principles of LiquidFeedback to be launched in The Hague and Berlin

by Andreas Nitsche on December 19, 2013

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new book The Principles of LiquidFeedback and the presentation of “LiquidFeedback 3.0” at the following locations and times:

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The Principles of LiquidFeedback – Subscription phase started

by Björn Swierczek on November 25, 2013

The subscription phase for our new book The Principles of LiquidFeedback has now started.

Subscribers can purchase the book at the price of € 20 (shipping included) instead of the regular price of € 30. Along with the book all buyers will be granted additional access to a digital version of the book.

Furthermore, we would like to invite the subscribers to our book launch in January 2014, where we will also present “LiquidFeedback 3.0″ to the public.

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The Principles of LiquidFeedback

by Björn Swierczek on November 22, 2013

Our new book “The Principles of LiquidFeedback” will be published in January 2014:

This book gives an in-depth insight into the philosophical, political and technological aspects of decision making using the internet and into the “secrets” of LiquidFeedback, a computer software designed to empower organizations to make democratic decisions independent of physical assemblies, giving every member of the organization an equal opportunity to participate in the democratic process.

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Workshop “Political Parties and the Citizens” in Yangon, Myanmar

by Axel Kistner on November 10, 2013
The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), Singapur, organized a workshop “Political Parties and the Citizens” to be held in Yangon, Myanmar from 14 – 16 November 2013. [1] The workshop is part of the Democratisation And Justice Series [2] of the Political and Economic Department of ASEF. [3] The workshop focuses on how political parties interact with citizens and citizen movements in countries across Asia and Europe.

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Liquid Democracy ist keine Alternative zur parlamentarischen Republik (Liquid Democracy Provides No Alternative to the Republic)

by Andreas Nitsche on April 17, 2013

This article was first published in German [1].

The English version was published in “The Liquid Democracy Journal on electronic participation, collective moderation, and voting systems, Issue 2” (2014-10-07). ISSN 2198-9532. Published by Interaktive Demokratie e. V. [2].

[1] Liquid Democracy ist keine Alternative zur parlamentarischen Republik

[2] Liquid Democracy Provides No Alternative to the Republic

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