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Future of tech and democracy at the city of Reykjavík - Sigurlaug Anna Jóhannsdóttir (City of Reykjavik Council, Iceland)

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This was presented at mySociety's TICTeC 2020 conference, which was held virtually on 24th and 25th March 2020. More details on the conference can be found here: https://tictec.mysociety.org/2020

This was presented at mySociety's TICTeC 2020 conference, which was held virtually on 24th and 25th March 2020. More details on the conference can be found here: https://tictec.mysociety.org/2020

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Future of tech and democracy at the city of Reykjavík - Sigurlaug Anna Jóhannsdóttir (City of Reykjavik Council, Iceland)

  1. 1. Democracy in the City of Reykjavík Direct or Representative? Past, Present and Future. Sigurlaug Anna Jóhannsdóttir sigurlaug.anna.johannsdottir@reykjavik.is Democracy Advisor at the Human Rights and Democracy Office.
  2. 2. Where have we been? • Our PB project „My district“ has been running for 8 years. Time to reflect • Learning from our experiance • Evaluating what to keep and what not • Designing the future
  3. 3. The Direct democracy family • Modern • Diverse • All are welcome • Defined roles for all • Equally important Civic Tech is a family member and family members help each other
  4. 4. My district • Since 2012 – 8 years running • Participatory budgeting platform • 3.2 million euros every year • Initiated by politics • Needs strong support • Communication tool
  5. 5. The cycle • March – idea collecting • May – administrative reviewing and selecting of valid ideas for voting • June/September – predesigning • Oktober/November – voting • December/March – designing and cooperating with authors of the ideas and stakeholders • April/September – bidding, implementing and executing
  6. 6. What the family could look like: (remember one depends on the other) • Open and transparent governance • Access to elected representatives • Active district councils • Active student councils • Active parent’s associations • Active neighborhood associations • Open citizen’s meetings • Few and clearly defined platforms of citizen participation (civic tech) • Possibly some new experiments ex. Mini publics or such.
  7. 7. The dilemma of direct democracy • Evaluating input and translating it into results while making everyone who participated feel that their input was validated and respected. • Turnout • NIMBY

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