Rossi on Crowdsourced Legislation in Finland

Aleksi Rossi of Avoin ministeriö gave a presentation about Finland’s crowdsourced legislation system, on 28 June 2013 at the Open Data Institute in London.

Audio and slides of the presentation are now available.

Here is the description of the presentation:

Citizen Finland – crowdsourcing legislation

Finnish democracy activist Aleksi Rossi discusses the big ambition and practical challenge of creating Open Ministry, an online tool for crowdsourced legislation and participative democracy. Accompanied by participants from the Finnish Embassy and Finnish Institute in London, we will hear about their latest citizen action and open government work.

Click here for Daniel Schuman’s post about the system.

Click here for additional information about the system.

HT @kcorrick here and here

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One Response to Rossi on Crowdsourced Legislation in Finland

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