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Governance & Political Institutions
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Iceland
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Nesta Digital Democracy Case Studies
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CASE

The Icelandic Pirate Party's Use of Democratic Innovation

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General Issues
Governance & Political Institutions
Location
Iceland
Files
Nesta Digital Democracy Case Studies
Ongoing
No
Staff
No
Volunteers
No

Running on a platform of transparency and direct-democracy, the Pirate Party in Iceland created several ways for members and non-members to participate in the political process: livestreamed meetings, policy crowdsourcing using the x.piratar.is platform, and online ‘Pirate Chat’.


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