Lesson learned after the European elections
Interdisciplinary Workshop on e-Participation at Salzburg University
07.07.2009 · Forschungsgruppe Jugend und Europa
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How is the future political and civil sphere in our society challenged by participative technologies? Does this development produce more active and participative users/citizens/consumers? These questions were discussed during an expert workshop held at Salzburg University, July 3rd 2009, where Eva Feldmann-Wojtachnia (Research Group Youth and Europe at C·A·P) was invited to an input on the Foundations of Participation.
During the workshop "Interdisciplinary perspectives on eParticipation" the organizers brought around 30 participants from various countries and with different professional backgrounds together to discuss aspects of e-participation and implication for democracy. The workshop aimed at providing a platform for the Austrian e-participation community to consolidate and to broaden e-Participation research into a joint interdisciplinary endeavor.
Projects of the Research Group Youth and Europe are financed by the Federal Ministery for Family, Women, Seniors and Youth.
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