Agora 2.0 is a group of Italian young people devoted to create a software for law creation, law amending and law voting
Problems and Purpose
The group is working to create a software to enable collaborative governance. The system shall include law proposal, law amending and law voting. So far, the group has been tiepid in adopting vote delegation as there are fears of problems of vote intimidation and rigging.
This site is based on "As the People Want It, Blueprint for a new confederation" published by Fremskrittspartiets Utredningsinstitutt, an independent research institute dedicated to political and economic research and analysis in Oslo, Norway in 1992. (ISBN 82-7500-007-6).
Asset-Based Community Development is a communication methodology that utilizes the individual strengths and skills of citizens to build stronger communities and establish sustainable development. Instead of focusing on solving a specific problem, the ABCD approach focuses on applying individual local assets to problems to create meaningful change. The development is solely community-driven as opposed to being driven by external influences.