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.
A civic lottery, a popular term for the contemporary use of sortition or allotment, refers to a lottery-based method for selecting citizens for public service or office. It is based on the premise that citizens in a democracy have both a duty and the desire to serve their society by participating in its governance.
Today, the most common use of the civic lottery process is found in many Anglo-Saxon judicial systems where citizen juries are summoned to hear and render verdicts in court cases. The term for this is popularly known as jury duty.
Community-based participatory research is a "collaborative approach to research that equitably involves all partners in the research process and recognizes the unique strengths that each brings. CBPR begins with a research topic of importance to the community, has the aim of combining knowledge with action and achieving social change to improve health outcomes and eliminate health disparities."
WK Kellogg Foundation Community Health Scholars Program
A Constitution is the top-most governing document of an organization. It defines the various types of autonomy (the roles) people have. It limits powers of the main leaders. It allows for amendments. It provides various rights either implicitly or explicitly. It provides measurable processes, whether in elections, decision-making, who does what work, or otherwise.