Political Action and Communication

This collection aims to represent and document the use of the web in political engagement in the UK: from single-authored blogs through local and grassroots campaigns to political parties and charities and trusts that support democratic engagement and activism. The collection also includes examples of research into levels of democratic engagement, and the use of communications technology in campaigning and activism.

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  1. African Arguments
  2. Bank of Ideas
  3. Brighton Benefits Campaign
  4. Campaign for the Defence of British Universities
  5. Centre for Labour and Social Studies - Class
  6. Conservative Home Blog
  7. False Economy
  8. Frack Off - Extreme Energy Action Network
  9. Guido FawkesÂ’ Blog
  10. Hands Up - Support for good
  11. Labour Lords
  12. Left Foot Forward
  13. Liberal Democrat Christian Forum
  14. Liberal Democrat Voice
  15. Lipstick Socialist
  16. Make the March
  17. Making Campaigning Count - FairSay
  18. mySociety - Usability with Purpose
  19. NeverSeconds
  20. New Left Project

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