Web We Want Festival | Open Democracy - Using The Web To Change The World

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01.10.2014
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The Web has changed how we communicate forever, with the possibility for a continuous worldwide conversation. Has this new connectivity contributed towards a creating a more open and democratic society? Using the Web, people can now easily campaign, debate, organise, access government services and distribute information on a worldwide scale. A panel including Ellery Biddle, editor of Global Voices Advocacy, David Steer, Director of Advocacy at the Mozilla Foundation, Timothy Karr, Senior Director of Strategy at Free Press, Robin Priestley, Campaigns Manager at 38 Degrees, Emma Howard, digital journalism trainee at The Guardian, and Chi Onwurah MP, Shadow Cabinet Office Minister for digital government and cyber security discussed the impact of the Web on how we build our societies in 2014. Chaired by Keiran Pedley, Associate Director at GfK NOP and political and media commentator with expertise in polling and elections.

Web We Want Festival, Southbank Centre, 27 September 2014
In association with The Guardian.
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