Show larger map PROSA will host a town hall meeting about ICT in cooporation with IT-Politisk Forening, DKUUG, SSLUG, BSD-DK, IDA, SAMDATA, Dansk Magisterforening, PROSA, KLID, Labitat, Stup.IT, Datalogisk Studenterråd, DØK-foreningen, IT/ITØ-rådet and Foo Bar.
ICT is a critical component in the daily life of everyone living in Denmark.
There will be a panel with candidates running for office in the coming Danish General Election June 18 2015.
The panel consists of:
K: Benny Damsgaard
DF: Githa Nelander
Å: Rolf Bjerre
V: Jakob Engel-Schmidt
Ø: Per Clausen
SF: ? But there will be one
A: Yildiz Akdogan
LA: Rasmus Boserup
NOTE!:Questions will only be taken online!
In contrast to regular town hall meetings, it is not possible to ask questions directly. All questions has to be asked using the Internet, where the audience can vote questions up or down using their Internet terminals.
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The FoI problems in municipalities, researcher Aleksi Koski, http://tietopyyntoongelmat.net/
Transparency, access to public information, information requests, authorities (TI Finland)
Tietopyynto.fi & the peer-support network for information requesters
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Finland’s IRM report, Jussi Nissilä
International IRM visualisation – sneak preview, Miska Knapek
Status check of national action plan 2013-2015 and presentation of the new action plan 2015-2017, Katju Holkeri (Ministry of Finance)
The Democracy Network of Kuntaliitto, Päivi Kurikka (Kuntaliitto)
Break-out workshop: outlining national civil society coordination, planning implementation and oversight of new action plan
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It’s the centennial for the introduction of electoral rights for the “so called” 5Fs (Fruentimmere (women), folkehold (servants), fattige (poor), fjolser (fools aka. mentally ill) og fanger (prisoners) in Denmark
To celebrate this The Danish Society for Women is organising a Constitution Day Parade and Nationalmuset (The Danish National Museum) is helping to organise a women’s historic parade as part of the parade.
9.30 or earlier: We meet at Grønningen near Kastellet and prepare for the parade.
10.30: Departure from Kastellet.
11.30: Arrival at Christiansborg, where the parade is greeted.
The proactive are the new colonialists that show arrogance at a distance, a smiliar critique exists of wikipedians that are branded as “amateurs” and “gratis-ayatollahs” that damages “real” encyclopedias (and maps)
Document The Danish Constitution
We’ll end the day by taking to the streets and try to document as many places as possible related to the Danish Constitution.