EDem10 – Extended Call for Papers

EDem10 will take place at Danube-University Krems, Austria, on 6th and 7th of May 2010. EDem is the leading E-Democracy conference in Europe and the keynote speakers and will ensure a remarkable event. On primary aim is to bring together researchers and practitioners. Extended Call for Papers and further information:

Extended Call for Papers

You can submit papers at the conference website until 1st of March 2010. EDem10 unites many different disciplines and promotes interdisciplinary approaches to E-Democracy.  On primary aim is to bring together researchers and practitioners. We would like to invite individuals from academic, applied and practitioner backgrounds as well as public administration offices, public bodies, NGO/NPOs, education institutions and independent organisations to submit their research and project papers.

Registration

Registration is now open. Please visit the conference website and benefit from early registration until 28th of February.

Programme

We are still working on the programme, but confirmed keynote speakers and workshops promise an exceptional event. Please visit this Blog and the Conference Website for regular updates.

Confirmed Keynote Speakers

  • Stevan Harnad – American Scientist Open Access Forum; Universite du Quebec a Montreal, CAN; University of Southampton, UK
  • Ismael Peña-López – Open University of Catalonia, School of Law and Political Science, Barcelona, Spain
  • Jochen Scholl – The Information School, University of Washington, USA
  • Micah L. Sifry – Personal Democracy Forum, TechPresident, New York, USA
  • Andy Williamson – Hansard Society, London, UK

Further Information

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