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Questionnaire results & trends. Wim Verhaest Bruno De Nys Belgian Federal Parliament. Web-technologies can be used as a means to bridge the gap between the citizen and the parliamentary world :

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Questionnaire

results & trends

Wim Verhaest

Bruno De Nys

BelgianFederalParliament

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Web-technologiescanbeused as a means to bridge the gap between the citizen and the parliamentaryworld:

  • Allowcitizens to tagorcommentonexistingparl. data (forum/crowdsourcing/feedbackforms)
  • Allowcitizens to start initiatives (e-petition)
  • Allowcitizens to debate (forum)
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Eurofeature festival

  • SortbyEffort IT, EffortComm
  • SortbyAddedValue
  • SortbyProgress (adoption) rate
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Eurofeature festival

  • SortbyEffort IT
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Eurofeature festival

  • SortbyEffortComm
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Eurofeature festival

  • SortbyAddedValue
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Eurofeature festival

  • SortbyProgress
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Eurofeature festival

  • SortbyProgress
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Question:

Which (missing) patterns/features/solutions wouldyousuggest to increase the participation of citizens via a parliamentary website?

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