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. Occupied Times of London, The
  2. One Society
  3. openDemocracy
  4. Orchid Project
  5. Pirate Party
  6. Political Innovation - Innovative Conversational Politics
  7. Political Scrapbook
  8. Public Libraries News - What's Happening to Your Library?
  9. Sheila McKechnie Foundation
  10. Social Spark - Digital design and strategy for progressive campaigns
  11. Speaker's Chair
  12. Speaker's Corner Trust
  13. Tax Justice Blog
  14. The IWA Constitutional Convention
  15. Though Cowards Flinch
  16. War Resisters International (WRI)
  17. Who Funds You? - Promoting open, transparent think tanks
  18. Wind of Change
  19. Yes 2 Women Bishops

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