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ISSUE-22 (examples-P&E): examples and more explanation about Participation and engagement [Participation and Engagement]

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ISSUE-22 (examples-P&E): examples and more explanation about Participation and engagement [Participation and Engagement]

http://www.w3.org/2007/eGov/IG/track/issues/22

Raised by: Luigi Selmi
On product: Participation and Engagement

I think participation and C2G lack some explanations. Participation can be viewed in very different ways. People can interact directly with the government or between them in order to build a consensus around a position that can be voted and proposed to the government. The first way can lead to a form of populism, the second way is what is generally viewed as a better and democratic kind of participation. Participation on the Web means doing public debates on line. On a debate people should be able to raise issues, write positions or arguments, post links to articles, blog post, videos. All these data must be interoperable...
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