Design Democracy - Responsive Policy Making #46

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RSVP opening on November 21st at 11AM on EVENTBRITE, where you get the ticket that we will scan at the door.

Here's the link to the ticket you need:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/design-democracy-responsive-policy-making-tickets-52225451732?aff=meetup

About the event:

How can design ways of thinking and doing contribute to rethink policy making and conventional ideas of governance?

This evening we want to explore the role designers can play in guiding the transition of our public institutions towards more adaptive configurations, better able to respond to the changing needs of society and the controversies new technologies keep generating.

What we aim for is not only a discussion about how to possibly improve governance and its services, but about what design tools and approaches might be necessary today to empower civic action, engage citizens around matters of public concerns and together shape our future.

Agenda:
[masked]:20 > Setting the stage: "Why is it so slow?" Innovation in public sector - Itch

18:30-18:50 > Leading the way for Smart Policy making - Jakob Hellman

19:00 - 19.30 > Staging Dialogues With Data: Attempts at making and doing direct democracy in the context of the neoliberal city - Carl di Salvo

19:30 Panel and open questions

About the speakers:

Jakob Hellman: Senior Public Policy Officer at Vinnova, where he leads the Smart policy development, a platform looking at new and more responsive ways to guide regulatory framework development.

Carl DiSalvo: Associate professor, Georgia Institute of Technology and Author of the book Adversarial Design, DiSalvo examines the ways that technology design can provoke and engage the political.