Posts Tagged: democracy

Article // #SHEvotes for Hey Girl Magazine

Read the full blog post here: heygirlmagazine.com/shevotes Word on the grapevine is young women are the least likely to vote. Luckily, the #SHEvotes campaign has launched to flip this statistic upside down, and help young women see how mega powerful they

Article // #SHEvotes for Hey Girl Magazine

Read the full blog post here: heygirlmagazine.com/shevotes Word on the grapevine is young women are the least likely to vote. Luckily, the #SHEvotes campaign has launched to flip this statistic upside down, and help young women see how mega powerful they

Article // Social media & democracy, sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G

A touch-screen smartphone and a top made of zips. Folks, we’re in the future. Image courtesy of Billy Farrell/bfanyc.com/Rex and The Guardian There are myriad aspects of democratic process that can be more slickly streamlined, so let’s start right at the very beginning: step

Article // Social media & democracy, sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G

A touch-screen smartphone and a top made of zips. Folks, we’re in the future. Image courtesy of Billy Farrell/bfanyc.com/Rex and The Guardian There are myriad aspects of democratic process that can be more slickly streamlined, so let’s start right at the very beginning: step

Article // Registering to vote: it’s what all the cool kids are doing

Image: Your Vote Matters Good morning; this is the news at 14.19pm. As you may have heard from the big bad mainstream media, the electoral register is in a state of metamorphosis (the biggest change in voter registration in almost 100

Article // Registering to vote: it’s what all the cool kids are doing

Image: Your Vote Matters Good morning; this is the news at 14.19pm. As you may have heard from the big bad mainstream media, the electoral register is in a state of metamorphosis (the biggest change in voter registration in almost 100

Article // Changing boundaries? That’s crossing the line

[Image: metro.co.uk] Which headline sounds snappier to you? “Top peer’s drug binges with £200 prostitutes” or “Conservatives to change constituency boundaries”? That first one hits the spot, blinding in its saturated vividness, electrifying in its naughtiness, squelching in its juiciness.

Article // Changing boundaries? That’s crossing the line

[Image: metro.co.uk] Which headline sounds snappier to you? “Top peer’s drug binges with £200 prostitutes” or “Conservatives to change constituency boundaries”? That first one hits the spot, blinding in its saturated vividness, electrifying in its naughtiness, squelching in its juiciness.

Article // Electoral reform is like, so in this season

Two months has passed since the election, and politics has morphed from something we’re part of, to something that’s out of our hands. Word on the grapevine is that 74% of the votes cast in the 2015 election went to

Article // Electoral reform is like, so in this season

Two months has passed since the election, and politics has morphed from something we’re part of, to something that’s out of our hands. Word on the grapevine is that 74% of the votes cast in the 2015 election went to