Digital Democracy Commission's One Year Anniversary Event

02 February 2016

On Monday 8 February the Speaker's Commission on Digital Democracy meets in public to discuss the progress made in Parliament since the publication of its report last year.

In its report which was published in January 2015, the Commission recommended how Parliament could use digital technology to help it to be more transparent, inclusive, and better able to engage the public with democracy. It said that it would meet one year on to review the progress that had been made towards the 5 key targets set out in the report.

This is an opportunity for those who served on the Commission to hear from House of Commons staff about work related to digital engagement and how it relates to the targets in the report. The meeting will be chaired by Mr Speaker who established the Commission in November 2013.

Watch the meeting

Date: Monday 8 February 9.30am

The event will be live-streamed.


Please note that there are a limited number of places which will be allocated on a strictly first-come first-seated basis.

Location: Boothroyd Room, Portcullis House, House of Commons London W1A 0AA.

You can follow the event on twitter using the hashtag #digitaldemocracy

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