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Local democracy lab – Iceland

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The online local democracy lab planned to be organized in Iceland on the 23rd of January 2021 has been postponed for the 30th of January 2021.

Please check more information about the organization of the lab on the following link:

Local democracy lab in Reykjavík, Iceland

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Announcement of event in Icelandic, Polish, Romanian and Philippines. Lýðræðisvinnustofa, 23. janúar, 09.30-13.00, Reykjavík. Þetta er einstakt tækifæri umræðu um Covid-19 og lýðræði á Íslandi. Lýðræðis-vinnustofan er skipulögð af Reykjavíkurborg, og Lýðræðisfélaginu í Brussel. Við erum í samstarfi við evrópska rannsóknarverkefnið PaCE (Populism and Civic Engagement). Lýðræðis-vinnustofan er...

Democracy Lab, January, 23, 09.30-13.00, Reykjavík, Iceland

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A unique opportunity to discuss relevant issues related to democracy and the covid-19 pandemic in Iceland. Democracy Lab in Iceland creates a virtual space for civil society and under-representative groups for an open debate on the perception of power, trust, and democracy. Your participation in the Local Democracy Lab is of great importance for having an active voice in the process of evolution...

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