Sponsored by the Democracy Fund, the GovLab’s CrowdLaw for Congress (congress.crowd.law) project explores how lawmaking bodies around the world are turning to CrowdLaw or the use of new technology to foster an efficient two-way conversation with the public to the end of improving the quality and the legitimacy of lawmaking.
Drawn from research on over 100 CrowdLaw cases and myriad interviews with leading practitioners, these 20 practical how-to’s demonstrate ways to introduce 21st-century lawmaking techniques to engage with the public at each stage of the legislative process. For more information, please contact us at [email protected]
On February 6th, 2020, professor Beth Simone Noveck launched the project during her testimony at the Financial Services Committee at the House of Representatives of the United States of America.
Original project page: https://congress.crowd.law/