Aktiv Demokrati (swedish for "Active Democracy") is a non-political party for realizing direct democracy in the swedish parliament, using a mix of delegation and direct voting through the internet.
The basic idea is that all citizens from different parts in the society should be able to influence important issues both directly and indirectly straight into parliament through an internet based democracy system.
Less than 1 on 5 Belgian citizens has still faith in politicians. Would you let such a team take care of your income and your family budget? Probably not... And yet, we give to politicians half of our income and leave them the responsability of our country!
Democracy International is a network movement towards a more direct democracy in the European Union. Democracy International is founded in Brussels Belgium and is operated by a cooperation team made up of 6 members; Heiko Dittmer, Carsten Berg, Ronald Pabst, Gerald Häfner, Roman Huber and Michael Efler.
Demoex is a civil rights movement for digital direct democracy
Short for Democracy Experiment. An association for direct democracy via Internet. Demoex makes it possible to be active in the local governments debates for anyone, but only members have the rights to vote and thereby influence our seat.
Demoex concept is to mix direct- and representative democracy. Our “agora” is the Internet site.