Category Archives: political crowdsourcing

El moment constitucional

Catalunya viu un moment constitucional sense precedents, derivat d’un procés polític inèdit i transitat d’incògnites. Un temps únic d’efervescència d’iniciatives, projectes i debats sobre allò que s’esdevé, potser, una vegada (o menys) per generació: com fer una nova constitució. Arreu, … Continue reading

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We the crowd? Constitution making 2.0

This is an update of the post I wrote on crowdsourced constitutional reform in 2011. Constitution-making can be broadly defined as a set of activities intended to produce a constitution, the highest law of a state. To the UN Rule … Continue reading

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Crowdsourced crisis mapping: how it works and why it matters

Marta Poblet and Pompeu Casanovas Web 2.0 tools and mobile technologies have lowered the barriers not just for people to access the internet but to create and share content. Through open-source, collaborative programs such as wikis, the creation and distribution … Continue reading

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Tagging Constitutions Online: Constitution Day in Barcelona

On Saturday morning, November 12, a group of 70 law students convened in one of the rooms of the UAB Law School to participate in Constitution Day, an international event organized by the Program on Liberation Technology at Stanford’s Center … Continue reading

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