Barcamp on the problem of representation and complexity in our democracies
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A close meeting in the form of workshops or participatory events, where the content is provided by the participants themselves, organised by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
In order to keep our democracies vibrant, we are constantly looking for new routes to participation. However, people feel increasingly disconnected from the political institutions designed to represent them, and laws often require immediate amendments after enactment due to their failure to adequately account for the complexities of real-world situations. Given these issues, an international group of politicians and experts will reflect on two fundamental questions: How can we further develop our democracies without compromising their core principles? And, how can we enhance the efficacy of governance, potentially utilising AI, to address these challenges?
- November 13th: 2:00 PM – 8:30 PM
- November 14th: 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM