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- Analysis programme BBC R4 24 Feb 2014 – feedback
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The Irish vote for marriage equality started at a constitutional convention. The convention was selected by sortition — by random selection … ensuring dispassionate, informed deliberation by statistically-representative citizenry.
In the new book by Shaazke Beyerle, Curtailing Corruption: People Power for Accountability and Justice, a randomly chosen group of regular citizens — from a matrix reflecting the whole population — served as a ‘citizen jury’ that confirmed results of an … Continue reading
This is a well produced video — with many graphics — assessing the current crisis in politics from the French perspective. Sortition is proposed as a solution. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzcN-0Bq1cw&list=PLBC0c3-Df5twj6_tS0FO64Xl66xjkqVPo
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A splendid piece with excellent contributions from Barbara and Peter. (I spoke to the producer and gave him a lot of pointers, but couldn’t do the interview because of a 3-week break in Tenerife)…
Steps to Abolish War: Unarmed Peacekeeping and a Two-Legged Democracy
Abolition of slavery was once unthinkable. Nonviolent methods are now proven effective. A statistically-representative legislature is not impossible. War can be made unthinkable. This version has no introduction.