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Personal Democracy Forum Europe, en Barcelona

El 20 y 21 de noviembre se celebra en Barcelona el Personal Democracy Forum edición europea. PDF lleva organizando conferencias desde hace 6 años donde políticos, activistas y tecnólogos se juntan para ver como la tecnología puede mejorar la política.

Yo no me lo pierdo. ¿Quién se viene?

La lista de ponentes es bastante potente:

Kate Albright-Hanna, Obama ’08 Video Director (USA)
John Aravosis Blogger, Americablog (USA)
Michael Bassik, Vice President of Air America Digital (USA)
Markus Beckedahl, Blogger, Netzpolitik.org (Germany)
Sindre Fossum Beyer, Director, Information Dept., Norwegian Labour party (Norway)
Javier Cremades, Author of Micropoder (Spain)
Vincent Ducrey, New Media Advisor, Government of France (France)
Esther Dyson, EDventure.com (USA)
Mick Fealty, Founder and Editor, Slugger O’Toole (Ireland)
Anthony Hamelle, Linkfluence (France)
Scott Heiferman, Founder of MeetUp.com (USA)
Jordi Hereu, Mayor of Barcelona (Spain)
Ilyse Hogue, Director of Political Advocacy and Communications, MoveOn.org (USA)
Rolf Luhrs, Coordinator, Pan European eParticipation Network (Germany)
Matthew McGregor London Director, Blue State Digital (UK)
Ellen Miller, Executive Director, Sunlight Foundation (USA)
Steve Moore, Director, Reboot Britain (UK)
David Osimo, Managing Partner, Tech4i2 Ltd. (Italy)
Francis Pisani, Columnist, El Pais; Blogger, Le Monde (Spain/France)
Susan Pointer, Director of Public Policy for Europe, Middle East and Asia, Google (UK)
Rishi Saha, Head of New Media, Conservative Party (UK)
Clay Shirky, Author, Here Comes Everybody (USA)
Tom Steinberg, Director, mySociety.org (UK)
Benoit Thieulin, Net-campaign Director for primary and presidential race of Segolene Royal (France)
Katrin Verclas, Co-founder, MobileActive.org (USA)
Tom Watson, Member of Parliament (UK)
Jon Worth, Co-Founder, Bloggingportal.eu (Belgium)