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In the Netherlands we have a Parliament that exists of 150 members divided between 10 political parties at the moment. But every election 20 parties take part. To help people to choose we have an online elections guide

When cities are in decline, people have lost their pride in the city they live in. To restore the proud you can involve the locals through social media in creating a new, stronger identity for the city.

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Jeroen commented on Designing 4 People & Process.....

Hi Aimee, what good list off questions. I am from the Netherlands and we suffer a decline of percentage when the election is less important. When we vote for parliament around 75% will vote. When we have local elections about 55% will show up and with European elections only 45% will come. Probably people don't show much interest in the local and European politics. And i don't have the right answer where for this problem.

Hi Ishan, interesting research! I shared an inspiration about using public transport during voting. Maybe it will help you to create a concept in the next phase or we could team up to create a concept together.


Jeroen commented on The online election guide

Stemwijzer is created by a non-profit organization that stimulates political and social participation. But I just read on Wikipedia that most of there income are subsidies. I think it could make a difference, but as I can see it they are unbiased.

De Stemwijzer also organizes so called shadow elections on HighShool in the Netherlands to promote participation in politics when they reach 18 and get their voting rights.

In the Netherlands we are less active as a society with our voting rights, then in the USA i guess. People here are quiet lazy on these topics. We don't have much people such as your mother that are active in debates.

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