Archive For The “Events” Category

Come and meet the team at Co-operatives United, Manchester

By | October 21, 2012

Charles and Chris will be launching a brand new platform at the Co-operatives United event in Manchester on 31st October. Come and say hi if you’re there. For more details see the Co-operatives United website.

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One Click Orgs at the Co-Operatives UK Autumn Summit

By | November 29, 2011

Charles is in Manchester today to talk about digital governance and One Click Orgs at the Co-operatives UK Autumn Summit. This annual event brings together leaders from the UK’s largest co-operatives along with other movers and shakers from the movement. The co-operative movement is founded on the principle of democratic member governance so it will be fascinating […]

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Video code walkthrough by Chris Mear

By | June 2, 2010

A month ago we posted the first part of the video introducing One Click Orgs’ collaboration with London Hackspace. Now here’s the second part in which Chris Mear walks through the current codebase. If you’re a developer thinking of getting involved in the project this would be a useful place to start and get your […]

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One Click Orgs announces project with London Hackspace

By | April 28, 2010

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One Click Orgs at Berkman governance summit in Washington DC

By | October 9, 2009

Last month I was invited to Washington DC to present One Click Orgs at the Summit on Next-Generation Governance Models organised by Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. This one-day summit brought together fifty senior academics, figures from the Obama administration and technologists. There was a huge amount of interest in the project. […]

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Lunchtime seminar on Emergent Democracy, Young Foundation, Wednesday 22th July 2009

By | July 20, 2009

Charles Armstrong will be hosting a lunchtime seminar on emergent democracy at the Young Foundation in London this Wednesday. The event is free and open to guests, so feel free to come along if you are around in London! Following is the blurb for the event: For two millennia democratic systems have been designed to […]

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