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Wednesday, May 18 • 11:30am - 12:15pm
Civic Tech: Will the Revolution be Uberized?

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While civic tech grows with technology, people meet in real life. Are social networks, mobile phones, apps, digital video, VR, and blockchain the new tools of the revolution? Online voting platforms are expanding, as well as new collaborative toolboxes under the general label of collective intelligence.

The workshop will be interactive and participative and attendees will be asked to suggest various civic movements and methods of engagment, digital tools and platforms, public policy co-designed with citizens. Attendees and panel will review successful civic tech innovations (France and worldwide) leading to change.

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Julien Bayou

Porte-parole, EELV
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David Guez

Co-founder, LaPrimaire.org
LaPrimaire.org' objective is to break the monopoly of political parties over the designation of election candidates. We are currently working on organization the first open democratic primary for the 2017 french presidential elections.
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Julie de Pimodan

Fondatrice et Fluicity, Fluicity
Former journalist and media entrepreneur, Julie spent 7 years of her professional career in the Middle East, living and working in Yemen, the UAE and Turkey. | | This experience took place during the arab springs and raised her awareness about governments that alienate their citizens and the importance of new technologies for democratic transformations. | | She then worked for five years for Google, driving the emerging markets... Read More →
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Léonore de Roquefeuil

Executive Director, VOXE.org
Leonore is the CEO of Voxe.org, one of the leading civic tech initiative in France. She studied international politics but was never involved in a political party and thought that she might not be the only one. She got passionate about youth engagement and worked on it for 2 years at the UN in New York. She then realized that she wanted to act herself directly on this matter to change the way we interact in modern democracies and joined... Read More →

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Janique Laudouar

Web editor, Le Blog de la Ménagère
Hypermedia Paris 8 University introduced me to digital culture, digital art, collective intelligence in 1995. In 2007 I started Le Blog de la Ménagère : digital culture, democracy, civic tech movements, citizen engagement, civil society innovations, collaborative economy.

Wednesday May 18, 2016 11:30am - 12:15pm

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