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European Political Bloggers: Creating a Public Sphere?

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and the but around a even B. however few having them with the years and have a good morning or good afternoon my name is John Monks I'm a recovering journalist having escaped from traditional media in 2003 and what I do now is I explore emerging platforms and how that affects storytelling where you can come to see me you can see these guys and to so today's my pleasure to moderate conversation which had been billed as a discussion between European uh political bloggers to what extent they can create a real public discussion but I most of the audience because we wanna make this interactive that's always beating up and down on the stage so sorry to the people on on watching is on the internet but we have a show of hands of who is actively writing a blog or in the audience look at that's interesting and then so who call themselves a writer a blogger you raise your hand do we have any politicians in the audience how many people regard themselves as European 1st and then nationalities 2nd they think European what's interesting do we have any lawyers in the audience no good that's that's very good news and introduce but then we have full guests with many many entries them in alphabetical and with what they say about themselves act on social media sites so I was I was the break from thing in common lives in Stockholm Sweden is the founder of the 1st pirate party is a political evangelist traveling around Europe and the world talking right about ideas of a sensible information policy has a tech entrepreneur background loves cooking and which most we are asking about your favorite brands that from Christian men as a journalist human rights professional and internationally on media policy explained last month he was appointed the Executive Director of Reporters Without Borders German sections um amongst other things many many of things Professor Alexander polyalanine teachers and supervisory research on collaborative innovation and digital marketing at the University of Rome she's had a connection with the EU EU projects for more than 16 years from being all the discussions about the European Digital Agenda and less John Willis is found in politics politics of Web campaigning and social media agency based in London the wrong online campaigns for well known in the UK politicians such as Harriet Harman the added by analogy questions and can Livingston thank you for not so common elections I can't hear that so let's start with great what would you like to and the public to sing a
song mysterious what strikes me in terms of the public sphere here in Europe is that we have language barriers to cross and their real problems are you what I was leaving the Swedish Pirate Party I was blocking exclusively in Swedish since after all I was talking to Swedish voters a Swedish citizens what some sorry yes I'm Swedish and Swedish 11 Stockholm but once applied started building in English instead I multiply by audience by so much and realized that had been a real language barrier here everything we've said in the Swedish discourse on information policy basically had to be read pleaded in English because it just had not permeated the language barrier it doesn't so I'm currently working on overcoming these language barriers I have a number of volunteer translators on my blogs on trying to bring it multi multi lingual and seeing just how that spreads the idea is that you actively have to build the European Community the European Multilingual community that respects and acknowledges these language barriers otherwise you'll get stuck in a specific area you want reach say German mainstream if you're going in English you will reach Italian mainstream if you're blogging in in English French for that matter and this is something that we need to be keenly aware of in terms of building a European public sphere I'm convinced technology can help us 1st of all we have the ability to recruit volunteers to help translate articles like these comments which we wouldn't have had if we didn't have this technology as and we we can have volunteers in each native language translating things that are interesting as we go i'd be very interesting to see is that for example what's going on in Portugal moral Albania what most obvious but so honestly I don't have a clue because there is no input from those countries in a language comprehensible
to me and I think that's a real problem also you have automatic translations that are sort of helpful to get the gist of things and it's getting there but I think it's still has some way to go before we can really start discussing ideas in detail and there is the danger of misinterpretation abundance because that you may understand the text which you don't understand how it was 0 absolutely I me and they say all politics is local in terms of all cultures local and things are always understood in the local context so that that's why you probably need native translator that who is able to translate not just the meaning of the word but also put in the cultural context of the recipient crowd and this in my experience is much much more important than the 1st realized at an example why do you think it's important that we should build a European pan European identity how can well I think I have sold on and
I think I will lead sealed hands and will be now falls within this many people actually cares and I think the economic crisis we are witnessing a is saying very clearly that the currency without this site is a walk and it's your site without an entity and we can't really think about having superimpose state all the rats without building from bottom up a sort of identity in in common sense and share opinion and the public sphere that from the people that leads in this continent and I appreciate what sign language as the other area for a long time and traditional media up to now have helped fully national identities especially in countries like Germany or Italy where I come from that are younger than other all the countries that that that they made so through a common language and to put trade of a shared identity income constant dead and helped people recognize each other as a country and what I believe and what I hope for and I think it's brooding so is that development of new technologies and their at end to international and transnational up there in the status that well as very aware where we go to the net to if we to be going down Facebook always we right I would love to that it's an international and sort of shock we know we know that when we're doing that and everybody can watch as everybody can read yes I know all the people from our country and in europe seeing that in like analyzing what happens for example when the Greek parliament was voting on the European Union measures a lot of young Europeans and not only young and look at all the thinking and mainstream Europeans have and use it to to understand what was actually going on Wall people agrees with thinking about even though the language was very different a lot of people that would posting in there when trying to make it in english or in french to and how the European people understanding and sharing their point of view and sharing their situation because it is a situation that that influences our rights to to not just that were they doing that because they have to the media will pick up on some of the retrieving a little there was on my blog below that of the well of the European it's it's like having a hand state it is still away that traditional media and to let broadcasting higher bouncing back a lot of stuff that day keep take they pick up from new media and social media that but I'm not sure and I don't think that people that share information on social media or on their blogs only do that has to be balanced backed by traditional media I think it's traditional media were following in chasing new media and all the way out in the and not the other way around to prevent Christians from what do you think we faced in creating a European citizenship well I would say sitting here talking in English again I think we already facing a
very crucial question of European public sphere as Sizing Europe is firstly not just about furry but European Union and it's very important for me and it's important to Europe from deals with multilingualism in the last 4 years actually delta deal to a lot was a question and the challenge of multilingualism because I was responsible for project which aims to establish something like the European public sphere called your topics next to the European press review and and I think European public sphere is still the so still something very very attitudes and I seeing that's actually biggest challenge and it's not it's allergies firstly because of the language its firstly delatores because of their cultures and that really brings me right across to you a date which is really important for my organization which I'm working today for Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Day because for me Europe and European public sphere is not only the question of languages sense Spanish German and French but really the sense of political culture and in Europe we so far I don't have a common political culture into
journalistic culture and that's as 1st remark and probably 1 of the last sentence of this what's really important for me and I'm speaking for Reporters Without Borders he said it's always asking for press freedom in other countries and we have problems in in Europe in Germany and France in Italy and Hungary was press freedom would really need is a common demand for democracy press freedom and and this is the ground and basis for European public system where we let the market from the public yes from the public that question of citizenship education the question of political culture chip come from the public and accounts but seen from time to time we aren't
really aware that we in Europe could be happy that we have to look at something like a well established democracy even if it's not everything is good but talking to today about well on the Web Press Freedom Day about press freedom we have lot of problems in little regions of the world but it's here in Europe we don't know what we are doing here in Europe we we don't know how lucky we
are 11 and the other residents definitely definitely 1 of the worst countries good job and they maybe on long train rides recently what would you like and you don't think and you are also very active bloggers so once a passion about
Europe and that's just the word as well as on very 1 of the 4 stages is mother tongue I might do speak French and German and the bits of other languages as well some don't look just a monolingual British person and just to make that clear I'm a horrible thing I think that the the issue for me is my most important and also coming from a country which has a complicated relationship with the European Union is its power densities or multi-level thing we feel some affiliations all city on region of and our country and to Europe as well and we went traveling outside of Europe that makes me feel more strong European and perhaps when I'm when I'm inside that's worth it that's worth being clear about I think those things
change as well and I do think on opposite media have a slightly outdated concepts of all uh there's different levels of identity and the different people can feel the source of the fewest positions in a in a slightly different way and I don't see the language problem and in quite such a severe way as some of the other remarks which of which have been made and I see that particularly when it comes to read to creating common European political culture the difficulty is is that we see the same
problems through different national presence still regardless of language so just to give an example there was a complicated association variant yesterday in Brussels spoke about this this morning the Ecofin council if you reach your we read the Daily Telegraph reporting on exactly the same thing and I can't and imagine German and the English so that can you can fall over whatever that wanting the exactly the same problem but in completely different and hands you can't actually tell from all users the reports of what actually happens and why negotiations broke down so it's not magisterially linguistic issue it's those all those all traditional media which are appealing to national audiences because that's where the businesses and dimensions so they tried to take out at European level and that's why I'm kind of I'm I'm still kind of 1 foot in Brussels over London these days and the difficulties in my experience is trying to cover European Union politics from a Europe-wide perspective is known is actually carry
very interesting if you look at the total number of regions all all either blogs about European Union matters or indeed a kind of fledgling you press the total read numbers are all very very low because of the number the bits are of numbers what might might hold on a good day might get a thousand individual visitors now the biggest need the biggest EU online news sites like don't call more you observer might be getting something in the region of 10 times that number but put that in context of what goal line will be or something that will be getting those numbers is still hunger so that that is a difficulty also because as a result of people carrying about these issues being so you that means you don't have enough finances and wanted to do you should investigative journalism if you like therefore to give the answer to that question which I posed about what happened yesterday so I think is that there is a business and a kind of political culture which is at least as important act Brussels EU level at least as important as the linguistic that you authorize that this European Portuguese yeah this is all important you and I wanna pattern here in front of it is also 1 of the people who runs it and we are a team
of about 15 to 20 volunteers run EU blogging aggregated called blogging portal both you and we're basically blocking roads you read blogs about European Union business on an on an everyday basis anyway we automatically aggregated content of more than 900 blogs and we have an editorial team the flights was good onto the homepage theory things we don't include all blogs and face the whole European Union is conspiracy theory other than that we will will will include it and then it's have some reasonable success in and around Brussels environments and can taking blogs to reach a wider audience and I've been bold you might European Union matters now for almost 7 years and at the beginning of states of people in and around the EU politics I want a blogger may look music something from some of planet I don't get that reaction any longer and all important point you is the 1 of those reasons for blogging being taken more seriously in around the EU institutions so if you write about anything you talk widely and generally public bodies of boy you and this is what we
can submit your blog into the aggregator and then of producing good and interesting compelling content we want of volunteers and and like you want the home page and my choice and Traffic Community
make a career that no no and that's as important as what we want the Broadway probably you whether we ought to make it into a not-for-profit association trying to like
funding or something for it and in the end we decided that it would be it it was more hassle it was worth so we're kind of all with the that organization without a formal a
formal organizational structure that we try to take any decisions about what to do is called but nevertheless we we mentioned something to carry on unaware 81 if you just purely out of folding and sale of that content makes this is active only about European Union in some national political environments are people doing it's a review prior and but doing at European Union level due to the low number of readers you really struggling to be united with your your
new advertising you're enriching president has been whether it's the right mentioned of illegally your website you
ranging story about why he believes that number the of people who make culture you have this success will always be cultures whether it's founded not will always be a reliable journalist has a rather than a cat that doesn't I mean if you look at how journalism is
changing right groups OK nothing of nothing of it should look at look if you look at how journalism is changing rather you have old media meaning newspapers television radio source who have always just claimed things and expected to be believed on their merits alone all their credibility alone but this this is cracking right there the cracks in this mirror if you look at wikipedia because he's citation needed pretty much everywhere people demand to go to the source and all the media does not provide this but blogs to and everywhere people are demanding to at least be able to say to verify claims for themselves so I think credibility is starting to be backed up by saying this is where I got the data rather than trust me because I'm
honest Bob's scars salesman or something like that the results of problem to region that access to the source some governments about trying to put legislation to block
certain sites which is a huge problem I mean they they're basically not understanding that the legislators usually in the fifties and sixties who who are creating these kinds of laws setting the tone in their respective parties do not understand that the wiretapping and censorship laws there enacting are the equivalent of when they were young if they would be putting microphones on every the table for the young generation if they understood that that they would be absolutely horrified but they don't live the connected lifestyle so they don't and terms of just going on just going on a question that I will ask you the confocal context it says we're talking about a European citizenship here how many of
you have heard the recent news strong Slovenia position 1 mold all the other 1 yes OK Portugal 5 my point here is that you know how can you feel like a citizen of this area which after all includes these regions if you can't feel connected to them
if you've never heard of that never been there you never heard a single news of OK it's a it's a spot on the back and that's it I arguing that we need to actively work to include people across cultural barriers across language barriers or it won't happen we need to see those white spots on the map and actively include them or we won't get a citizenship including those cultures but is less of a problem that the people less Norman Europe there really care about the issues going on in the south was world would have say most people often don't care about Greece right now you have to go the thing
is the characteristic because actually what if something is going to be exactly 0 Slovene your take a picture of the Irish voting later this month on when they ratified the latest EU treaty on a lot of it will have some implications for all of us in the European Union altogether but what can I is a normal Irish citizens do about what can I do about what whatever the outcome of the Greek election is going to be coming this week non fascinated and I will read all of that stuff but I have no way means the inferencing process what was true love until just a couple
years ago I mean today are connected to people all over Europe people I call my friends are remote
every country and that wasn't the case before was just incredible but there a structural problem in terms of the way of politics functions in and it's a Europe-wide problem of what to do with your assignment being played on the national political arenas to a greater extent intergovernmentally in Brussels and when it comes the 2014 European elections there's nothing whichever way you may very well as a citizen more before all in this together to build a shape that the polyp just america so this a structural political problem as well as that of network problem politically and last nite I can't shake the emotional
words such as object beta European level but the the political structures in 1 place adequate yet and you do this and other questions from the audience is on please raise your hand I can carry out of sewage I just want you refer which Johnson said as he is not just a matter of discourse which is what the matter of the terms of
reference of national politics for talking for example of the politics of pension Ising everyone here is factor dependent because we use someday we we will be old and so everyone is interested in learning some money when he's old and saying I see 0 1 and it's a matter of discourse but on the other hand it's really a matter of false false terms of reference and that the terms of reference of the politics which effectively what are the main national and just want to ask what is said and then I agree very much that with John it's really a matter of the political structure that enables so doesn't enable us to read to you ahead of but I would also like to cite it which is then to that if we take the US I'm sure that most people in Dallas wouldn't know much about people in Boston all what's happening over there and they don't actually care because they know they are part of of a country which she bigger in their local community and then a continent we are plenty of local community in regions in the country in large continent so I'm not too much preoccupied about the fact that I'm not very much aware of what's happening
in Slovenia just die diet I'm worried that because what happens that affects my life to hold their economic situation their political and what's happening in area in Hungary he's he's uh influencing are still in terms of the freedom of press for example but we don't have any sound to influence what they're doing below what they doing these influencing so that's I think what is most important and
high means Janet I refer globalvoices and we've been trying to translate our coverage between southern European countries so a little bit like an and analysis under was talking about people wanting to hear from each other and my question is really so you like there's a hundred and then a further hub-and-spoke and kind of a model of obtaining concessions can happen in Brussels and that affects all the EU and people don't seem to be too interested in that's what John was saying but people do seem to be interested in what's happening on the we all other words what's happening and that is as you said between countries and then actually in the states people in Oakland for example yesterday were quite interesting what was happening in you by media was happening in New York and to seems to know that you know that European revolution which is the site of group on
facebook has like 200 thousand people on it and they're quite active so it seems like there's interest in certain like horizontal political exchange but like there's a disconnect between that and some Brussels so how do we I guess my question is how do we work from the heart the interest that comes up horizontally and have them get back to Brussels I don't think it's going to happen in every around but I'm just curious to hear OK so with the risk of going into politics for while here don't worry about it counterreligion later than we are observing that the connected lifestyle is doing politics in a completely different way than the previous generation we're observing that we're demanding access to people in Africa in a way that our parents would think was disrespectful of say the prime minister or ministers and remember where's I living be connected lifestyle just assume that we could tweak private and expected response from her
or him personally and that's something entirely new so yes I agree that there is a huge various political aristocracy problems in Brussels if you like they're mostly living in an ivory tower quite disconnected from the citizenry devoting citizenry and that's unfortunately at design of the European Union that the European Commission is completely unaccountable to voters they will never have to face a voted for re-election ever again in their lives so they're working with something on the order of tens of thousands of people to write policy and they're completely unaccountable the next generation of politicians however meaning the next generation of citizens do not stand for this they're demanding to be taken seriously in ways our parents were an I think that this is
a tremendously positive development because at the end of the day that means that this Russell ivory tower cannot survive and I think that will mean that I think that means that we will have axis on a daily basis do not just representatives but to the actual people writing policy as well in ways that there is some thinkable today and using the blogging is more influential in a conversation them let's
say the mainstream media absolutely I mean lot bloggers in the European Union are the ones both in terms of inside Parliament outside parliament only the ones will highlight what the issues are important right now as they see it but
often this resonates with the feelings of the citizens of Europe actor would be the prime example right now because of the public discourse we have a handful of bloggers may be too doesn't he bloggers in total that highlight what's going on with the gun negotiations in the European Parliament and this results in hundreds of thousands of people in the streets in pretty much every major city across Europe so there's a very very powerful resonance here from blocking as a phenomenal to here this ivory tower and force transparency of the political structures that I think is tremendously important for the future the question she's here but that's a topic
of things mean and that's that's what we had earlier when when they're running the talk about a year that political blocs in in Europe and uh but this is about net politics this is about it's it's there is
there is a natural match between the people on the streets and the people online this is a try that with agricultural politics and they have more work so I'm not so sure about this being a sustainable model for all policy areas and it will work in this particular
area because it's the people who are affected and it's not their fathers and you know maybe now because they on iPad and it is not our parents were respectful of prime minister is also affected by and politics so yes in this area and it works that way but not about the Ecofin Council not about the economic policies about income in agriculture politics it doesn't work for everything and that is the problem I think you're with respect to this approach that you just mentioned that 32nd
schools before having over the maker I think that 5 or 10 years from today you will be able to say that policy as a separate topic would say that it will be something that permeates all our lives all aspects of our lives pretty much of like you could have oxygen policy as a separate topic it's just going to be so everywhere that I don't think you can you can um this given off so axis here in access to the Web as a human right as in the other axis of
politicians is going to be so versus long term I think this is I really would underline what what you said here in the audience to carry back again what I said earlier talking about the security politics for example I don't see so far any real European movement to fights against the security budget cuts and it's actually due to the technology because talking about active saying I think that's as you mentioned is really a natural thing but I think I said I don't see any real European movement transnational and a similar way like C and act and movement there is there is 1 example on the issue of on
mobilization the way which is used fish . rhomboid UK share and now it might be the UK focus would also amazes is signatures elsewhere online placement 750 thousand signatures on an online petition about fishing discuss also know now is also a series of policy but it's not just a pure mathematical side and what I would say that and quickly in response which is then and I say this is a kind of as a longtime member of the Labour Party in the UK for me I don't see that change coming within Labour unfortunately and I think the same can be said for any kind of traditional political parties now the overall base of support may narrowing the numbers of of of activists may be narrowing but the change of generation is moles tracing into a new generation of politicians who are more better way back when activists and why that because they have brought born and brought up in a risk-averse hierarchical political policy environment nestled yeah that that he's starting friends input inappropriate things on Facebook and the power law the same
things can happen to their have it so that it can go a little bit both ways now that we may legitimately on in the in the name goal to be potentially role those kind of parties in the future but nevertheless when still got hierarchical structures within political policies by matching and applying European Union level I don't see that change coming very quickly which would but I don't see that change coming as my UK and European Union of the book and I can't decide something that I would not be dead I said I but many of the transition and that and just to uh 0 back to the same thing that you can and I was amazed that a couple of weeks ago and economies of about then talking all about the 3rd Industrial pollution talking about the digital now in terms of politics and the influence that well there has been no and people that had I more of a more free access to communication channels even with what it teaches that it takes a while case of only if you wear application that which was used to being the ivory tower and Brasil you he would take a while before you would think that you need to understand that it that's just the volume and being the I say the human beings are usually conservative especially when have deal when they are on the soft spot mean that it is just a normal day they don't want to give up we count so what we that but the fact that is now possible the the fact that that actual means of technology 2 means more exchange the Erasmus program has not
so much for Europe to add more exchange of information among young Europeans all that has created an environment in which are more of a closer relationship with have our representatives and have and and and the pressure from the opinions from from the public opinion is label possible which does not mean is there yet but it means that we can make a and then just allow little thing we often speak about the sort of the she's not realizing that it's also up to ask about if we want to change the don't think it's going to say I don't know I mean I as you repeat the out as as European operators and you know they feel better not talking with bloggers probably bloggers feel more confident and the conference only when they speak about technology policies or the act rather than fisheries culture is just normal but once you have that sort of going out gold
although that that point that for example you make such a huge pressure for the act and then you can use that realizing well perhaps we could do that for Social Security to and perhaps somebody sat doing that it it's always down to someone will you take the testimony and n-gram otherwise it will not happen over to you from online to offline different states do but
I just wanted to disagree with John Lennon's discriminant from German power project as a German and as a member of the Pirate Party maybe my point of view is a bit off but in eastern Germany you have a lot of politicians now that I have acting with like like bloggers like netizens in and not only the people that did that all the time because they're for my generation again violence in the energy but also people that are traditional parties like that the diet my for example and that sort on on the German thing also do not bent on IIS offer like ours and talk to people in Poland and manage Shakur who's also of these from the Netherlands and often in the NEP also talks a lot and 2 2 and so on and many British politics is more conservative than the other part of politicians but other politics and you just 1 question when we say that people are on Twitter that having a conversation on having a real conversational easily broadcasting using Twitter as a broadcaster for some politicians you'd like what counts and examples I just gave on the social but just because I don't think Polish but then the other 2 examples they actually engage with people on Twitter and Sammy people not only of following them but how many people they have following if we have to have a example and based in the Netherlands can example politicians that have and 15 thousand people following them and they follow nobody but having a conversation with that's that's precisely the point here is that the original settlers the British point there are not required their abilities politicians all using social media but there very few of them during anyway using it in interesting and creative manner and it's all broadcast they would engage with people who are on their side know they will never you we could seek very effective in the role in the number of great finite full of methods outlier on the right the ones you decide to recover a half counterexamples counted observation I work with Marija Shaffer on which is capable of but but I can count on the fingers of 1 hand and British politicians if you are using this really genuinely interested in engaging manner in all of this is kind of go and blog about it this kind of 4 in my mind for all stages of all on-line politician the 1st is you noise all the 2nd is self-promotion the 3rd level is uh consultations conversation on the 4th of its kind of transformation ol you realizing the violent no more than they do on certain involved in the eighties there were very very few people got that all States outlasting got there and the renewal of the German politicians I follow following follow what some members of European Parliament from Germany nicely Germans I can follow what they say about the schools of people like that they're not going on the kind of polling little bits
of conversation kind of stage very few are getting anything like toward the pirate Protestant during which is that she knew using the knowledge of the people in the next 2 really deeply informed that policy new 1 in the UK really is doing that and they're very very few in German or French for document politics all outside of the power to the very very few confession and high and you know you talk a lot about creating a common European culture you were talking about this earlier in the I'm so sick of hearing of certain sight and because I think it's so cool that we all come from different backgrounds I think we should totally embrace it and and and I might sound a modest but indifference to the US I think we should be really happy that we all come from different backgrounds and my question is find a common European culture what is it you want to establish um yeah that's my that's my question I think that is a great viewpoint honestly it's this you know there this thing on the Internet nobody knows you're a dog there's I mean if you look at what the internet has done it means that anybody can bring any ideas to the table and they're valued solely on the merits of the ideas alone and never on who brought them never on the conditions when and how that person was born where with and never on that person's age religion politics only the ideas themselves and this brings a tremendous diversity where we are forced during these are prejudices because we can't see that well we cannot judge from 1 of the things we don't know we are forced to judge the ideas on their own merits in ways we've never been able to before so I agree with you absolutely I
celebrate this diversity every single day and it's also that which allows us to bring this it's called institutional competition and then uh the legal and politics and political speak when everybody is working the same way you don't have any way of improving you don't have any competition between processes between bureaucratic prose bureaucratic ways of doing things big big between forms between their their problem all of us all this citizenship or citizenry if you like so here I think it's great that for a given instance Eastern Europe is just charging ahead of Western Europe right now in terms of building broadband adjust leapfrogging Western Europe with all its paperwork go straight Telectronics I think it's great to see there you go I think it's great to see this being question on so many levels and we wouldn't have that if we want to advance if it wouldn't have different cultural backgrounds divided wasn't able
to come up with Swedish and see that things in Brussels on much more complicated than they need to be that nobody would question that so on absolutely I think you're right in every detail but I think we all know that in our things and I'm going to over there like and on and on things like the Swedish eyes by think we should that instead we should just you know have taken for granted that we are come from different backgrounds and then just work on the relations with other I'm going from international
relations background like a we just work and the relations of i are just the fact of accepting each other coming from different countries and then work on prob problems rather than establishing a culture that widely why do we need a culture and we all Europeans and we all know it like what matters such as that we need ampersand really not IID against any diversity of different culture vector necessary kind data on a daily level and celebrating diversity but it's a matter of fact actually that Europe is not the European Union ended up a lot of countries not only outside of the European Union but which call themselves Europe where the freedom of the press their freedom of expression is really suppressed and so it's not a matter of background but it's a matter of common well you so I'm I'm I really celebrating diversity as well and daily level but I'm arguing I'm arguing that there we need a common demand for democracy and I'm really happy as I mentioned earlier as you think we should be happy about having here more or less common
understanding of some crucial importance values but Europe is not the European Union and outside some countries we have really some problems taking into account Belarus taking into account the and Azerbaijan where on the thing that will have violations of human rights press freedom media freedom freedom of expression and the bloggers threatened in general this sometimes arrested killed and I just want to point out is well what I think that at least in the society we're not talking about culture
I think pretty much all of us do agree with you that we're all happy about the pending In our cultural diversity that can be aware richness and what we would I think we're talking about these citizenship and structures or channels in which weekend out we can recognize our common culture and we can build up sort of countrie all a sort of a framework in which we can all recognize the sound that and will be dependent by each other not only when things out that said that will so things that good because if you don't know how he's going now and we have taking all the bad side of it and actually not taking advantages of the strain that we could build in being up more aware that that we are united even if we don't always remember uh I don't think that your your point of view which I completely agree with that all I think he's pretty much in line with that and is not a contradiction that when we say that died not structures to do that there is no common political platforms around the countries and still the public sphere
is over influenced by by traditional media which are most of the time varying national nationally focus and don't put trade that depletion of a more international you transnational Europe there we would need to understand better what's going on so that if if if you agree I think that's pretty much what was said OK hi account for most of them so I could probably related to what you were saying uh interests and uh also I mean I would like to respond to the to the previous into look the own because I I don't see this as a matter of
replacing any type of identity with another sort of creating a joint European identity is something that would enclose or would provide space for national or ethnic or religious or other identities which are basically presented that is opposed by forces which expression used in Europe by forces which do to continue undemocratic practices and in much of Eastern Europe living member states of the of the you the structure of so all of the structures of the EU and the insistence on transparency on solving some difficult crucial problems
related to the life of the people in the country including the journalist like independent judiciary my independent control the police of accountability spending on the public money eradicating corruption and they're totally connected to with the European integration process practice in some places if there is not the European integration process there would be no oversight over there local call on national governments and that the citizens were oppressed have nowhere else to turn and so I think you know I
I find it crucially important for the people in the EU to look a little over the fence and see the new member I'm in to see what's going on in Eastern
Europe in the because sooner or later will because become citizens of the United and there is a need to maybe try to work together to to solve the problems which like in the case of the case of Greece you don't put under the act and they will surface 20 years later or like in the case of Hungary with the press freedom surface yeah like 20 years later after its democratic transition started and they got into like then then years a and now we're faced with what you know what I want to go
co-presidents that and you can't imposes laws which are counter of the European values which are at the core of the democratic process so and is just that because this president can be used elsewhere liked and the things that happened in the West have been reflection elsewhere because if they can get them here it's much more easier for the people who are against
democratic those to present them as normal and use them as excuse in their countries to to show that what happens to the people there is nothing nothing wrong just because of what maybe
a question to recommend and John um I've recently better with someone on the on the internet that if the Pirate Party will manage to get up come topical platform for the 2014 new elections and if the Socialists and the center-right getting gets European Commission candidates to run them for the elections we would get a European public which would pay attention both the topics and to persons for the 1st time and which you take the bet with me to yeah was speaking for the European part properties that is in progress we are going to make a year a joint effort in and then the election bid for the 2014 across the European my apologies that is because form can can you speak for the social the Socialist International to Socialist international and what kind of in what happens at the with regard to the Party of European Socialists and there is the idea that the plot European social should decide a common candidate for Commission President to project 2014 decision-making processes each of the national policies of about European Socialists shall decide how racial nominates someone that can be an open process or it can be a kind of a coat close behind was was kind of traditional sort of process I do you think that the book European socialist will get its act together a bit better this time simply because they've got nothing to lose and we look stupid last time and they didn't manage to get agree on some kind of candidate if the left those at the Royal but
what we have to use to the already rumors circulating in Brussels about the void trying to unify behind a particular candidate and is currently the Luxembourg Member of the European Commission um uh so I didn't think that on that thing we should have to go to war but potentially free the labels but would want some some some faces of European elections whether those individuals actually bold enough to talk about anything substantive is another issue uh on the left would have to manage to carve out some kind of notional policy which is also with the policies of the centre-right European level and the equilibrium rather reluctant to have that sort of policy inputs as well in the past but maybe if you a candidate 1st and that present income control forces on the left side will have some incremental improvement so cells
that like you're getting you wish that there common topics across Europe people across Europe and let's hope that that that does cause the push across Europe to actually talk across country borders for immediately that is that you think that you evil it'll be topic driven rather than the the fact we have 3 European citizens well we have something in close to a European president or at least politically Chairman from that's that's being info person driven underestimate interest of all of Europe so if you think you can have both that question villages the and
next from the Frankfurt Book Fair I have a question of how important you think that subsidizing and finances is for creating this public sphere to a few mentioned volunteer translators
and I know the financing of your topic a bit of just how important is that the EU spends money on this because you spend a lot of money and member on on translating documents so couldn't help to them In volunteers again mentioned in a way you should
be able to build a career yeah so my experience is that people
will translate things they feel worthwhile translated and there's no shortage of so I haven't even asked for translators for for my blog which I will do shortly once I have enough experience with them and still upwards of a dozen people have contacted me saying I want to translate this into my language can can I please do that that we think about it from an esthetic employees do that so it's very easy to think in terms of what resources are needed but I'd prefer to turn the problem around How can we help these people who are already who already want to do this and then you are spending their spare time building this European identity through sharing of ideas and there might be a political way to do that the most of the users we might be to keep the military rather than have the classical political solution of allocating a bit about it and saying that this this is a proper solution yeah well I
personally don't think that we have a budget problems out I think what the EU should do this with John said for example breaks and about creating and parties and platforms during the elections that make people the RTC fight and and actually relevant to people across the board the set choosing the kind which can be representative of everybody can speak with it forever for everybody across different countries that have public consultations on the about the EU policies and be more open and answering questions in tweets in knowledge and policy we can make through organized lost or personally I think this is what I expect from the European Union rather than budgeted
to create new blocks we all know that people want to have a a blog Bassett and and he's not waiting for all resources from other world about of from from the rest of your obviously but but from a German point of you who who keep account is who will take account of what local politicians as a you would check what politicians but they should I mean what I expect from members of the the European Parliament and the European Commission President people that in Brussels is that they take into account what people what this thing is is that both or should have voted for damage if we had a better system think and write the exchange with each other so this is what I expect that is is it they don't have to allocate about it to to take into account what the citizens of this continent things I I I fully agree and this and I think what it's the European Union and the discourse on European Union so far it's totally irrelevant to a lot of people because it's in transparent and it's not a really has a civil societal approach of the whole project and
I think 1 of the biggest problems of here that it's and transparent and because of that it had a few years coherent and it's very important just to mention that there exists some projects but yeah so society product like asks you where civil society organizations are trying to promote transparency but I don't think that it's a matter of money more money have been invested by the you into users will want to and I don't even believe that that
that in the end of such additives project topics which I was responsible for needs many languages in the end a product like your topics of what I want to which I was working for just this my 7 kind of the network where little national networks have to be connected to and and and and it has to be
translated interpreted into local languages to give a very concrete proposals to what the European Union can do to hello this happens is stop talking about their
freedom in terms of foreign policy stop talking about US foreign policy is not credible start talking about net freedom as Thomistic policy 1st once you have that freedom don't mystic policies can you be credible and talking about it as foreign policy but not until the Data Retention Directive is an abomination the wiretapping laws in many countries are horrible to this kind of we need
whistleblower laws we whistle grow protection we need freedom of the press that's guaranteed across European constitutions that applies equally offline and online get as a domestic policy and we'll see political political transparency and then you can start talking about it in terms of foreign policy how I think this is for EU policy as an extension of domestic policy Christian
think about it for Social Security I'm interested in the question you raise subcommittee had been in Europe to and that I think effect from John about loving popular you mentioned online consultations any innovative ideas tech projects that you think could help the have in Europe through the next well I think there several aspect 1 is talking about you and interview about what I mentioned earlier making Deitrich transparent but talking again not about you talking from our current work succinct there that is really a fantastic instrument for be useful for for a living in solidarity with people outside to reuse in countries like like Azerbaijan like Belarus organising solidarity protist projects so I always I want to stress the difference between uh that that that Europe is no more than the you so for me it's an instrument of solidarity for 4 people oppressed in outside the country so tired you but of
course as well as an instrument for making more transparent and ask to you which is really a fantastic produced you denoted as in terms of practical projects in the past 2 years of very frequently yeah uh also look at the ways in which you get data project is going on where that that that that that uh because because we can pedia you'll see it's very different and very different structure depending which language are accessing so what I don't know what they're doing of project year for understand is making sure that the uh the material is done in Swedish for instance it is also accessible in all languages partly through automation but that's at least a step forward so uh so that there are more conversations going across the blue country barriers but then you there's 1 might highlights as well and which is referred to watch all you which is essentially the EU
level equivalent of a word you need to exercise the power members of the European Parliament behave promises a lot more work still needs to be done in that regard themselves over so last week when they wanted about greater openness of the votes in committee in the European Parliament which was actually voted down in the year the estimates and so we need to manage to up the pressure on individual any peace with regard to the promise of the votes in the year in the European Parliament and also an issue which was touched upon by Helen Derbyshire in her presentation yesterday which is the mass of the Council which is even more of a severe problem in the US in the European Parliament so and there's something government and with the people who run proportional to you what the various term encouragement may need all the support they get to try to mention push a ball kind of political advocacy library promises was actually the particular particular software to do but to go back to the previous point of money that all of
these things they they've got some foundations they we would do they got some foundation funding um uh for the work that to enhanced by some recent our current ones I'm afraid so there you the answer detail and it resort additionally to the question I would like to have some projects that are not existing you have some ideas found that we could and then we as long as we as activists years organizations that promoting for example net freedoms and other European and common topics so maybe you have ideas on that led to and then there's another question here but yeah and I think about that's what we should do the eighties and that's basically what you in the title of the track if we woke
more united and if we sort of drawing of what's tends to get that out if example John is going on excellent job we you blogging because he he he sort of constant try the knowledge to get that and it's only in 1 access point you have access to a lot of the families you that a you know portraying what's happening now if more people like John would do that anymore people with disease by and and and and understand that what's happening in that country needs to be known in the other countries of europe then we you know we we can make this transition shorter rather than longer so I don't think there is the brilliance new idea like that it would not he had to discover how volatile as we would that that that it's it's more unnatural of that being aware that
what happens as the set of all it's also has to do with that and and is that you know how much we really get it's something we should do all not all building on that and I can also of a simple question when dealing with European Union that is is what is this problem confronted with how can solve it all morning like that's just the assaulting question anything right I want it to be about a story with any of the European Union summit widely this delegate-rich readable with of Berlusconi tweets managed in the experiment and you want to some imagined balancing European Commission which no talking about right that put together a network you just mentioned you with that so what we've got to have it is more people who care about European Union politics not just simply willing to say right the symbol we use me how my going to build some kind of a project
in order to manage the sole fact particularly issue and you will find common ground with people with can build networks of bloggers networks on Twitter and on-line petitions take your pick and is also vitally important as well as would you like things you find a good post with new system and its work very closely with those individuals and they're all good what's what's across the EU institutions are also good and he's there are some good ministers in the Council there are plenty of good officials in the commission of the lower level so you build those networks meet them from the word count which is means that you can help them and they can help you know as for example we could communications I have some officials from the European Commission mean that sometimes I get e-mail debated AG stuff to work with but the Commission itself
can't do anything with no no that's not what I'm essentially yeah yeah but it's more kind of what makes these resources that we like people to be and then importantly these tools we draw in the European Parliament elections in 2014 European Union and so make demands for political parties make demands of candidates and take on the active protest David Moulton is the rapporteur in the European Parliament and for actor he says he is receiving 500 e-mails a day attractor American family is actually getting replied that can be
used in naming and shaming politicians you never actually European-level able over point of it and that's been critique for example uh some of those sorts of things because the wall of Brussels builds up for kind of you might not see it outside of Brussels all but in Brussels anyway all of Brussels bills that would have crescendo to each European Parliament elections every
5 years and that process that kind of leader here using radio starting now so if you can get any European polymer quote on anything that you do in that's a way of managing that is really something in the process of and also because the new European Commission is appointed as just ask the European called elections you can tie those 2 things together as well so I don't like the German member of the European Commission for example make sure he doesn't get wrong nominated for a 2nd term that's 1 that's right for bit Web campaigning for and don't forget the impact
of maps the if you see how people using maps and infographics to get informations across from 1st that because because all of the language barriers to put information in complex information into uh and easy to understand the context and if you look at the equivalent of a fixed by string but I and imagine if that was also a lot on the European level you number about a k m a questions on care and implement 20 and you have just and some just mentions the that we have to do something as employers and to build up the infrastructure for a dollar so far and talking about the European idea and to go on and I just think about and what what's the he of of the normal national press for example because the In the present influencing all the people that all of this single national people and they also makes some campaigns come from 1 country against the other countries for example the German campaign against on trees people because of sometimes people say that they are they don't do anything more than 2 words on a very interesting things and so I just think that perhaps we need the money and Europeans I'm using the little platform no another that form but the rules for the European press not to work on the European idea and I'm not just do to to to the net the text of the sum of 1 country against 1 another country European countries against the Sentinels back into remember in
local universities and say something as the the point that come from a country where each HCT fights each other that on a daily basis and you can divide that many people enough not to note that it comprises the process and you know we all have a repeating units and I showed that up in case not just because the newspapers says that the Greek salad lazy that everybody so think that out besides the we'll we'll cheap flights now when we can go there and see for ourselves how bad right have what it takes from the old point of view is that I don't have any any that's not what I was trying to say here are the beginning of problem is that we have to we have build the ourselves in the sense of community which is also said
that what will that be about our immune system to fight it out that when you know press campaigns or media campaigns and then we can only do it if we if we share information at each other and and you know if you have received it did that sort of campaign is probably because at the same time fully aware that true friends true traveling to you have seen great people you've seen this equation you speak spoken with somebody and you need that in the poor try it was a be biased and you know and and the true was probably more complex than that said that the you know the only magazine we have 8 to be about working in a system getting to know each other better and and I think the way that can help doing that emerge you you also have the same amount of influence of the mainstream you have removed as you put in some countries of the quality of knowledge from the I just want to read you posted this idea I don't want Europe like that it's something a really nice Brussels bureaucrats idea some sound the press truth I really don't want to such a Europe because that's actually uses it's a good thing about Europe that we have the diversity and coming back to my 1st point in discussion that's actually the point we need a culture of that demand culture for for for media freedom for press freedom and political culture but the problem is that and celery countries of the EU and outside of the U I repeat necessary but there we there'll be negative experiences with democracy and was you and we have to fill out from the bottom positive experience and we don't need a bureaucrats idea of some cameras because we have assumed well use on Europe and we have to experience we have to make this as a common experience but not some common European rules on on this the evidence that marriages and I just wanted to say that we have this press release security on a national basis so um why don't all of you know we don't actually actually we don't we we have some very progressive
talking about Greece from Germany this simple very progressive media lawson who Eastern Europe and most of the East in media laws and constitution and much more progressive than Western countries we can learn a lot in serious say 4 from Eastern countries regarding the constitution is the common hungry at the moment all there's a problem of course is the problem and of course get much worse probably from July on when when the new media law will get into the effects of some crucial
factored into music but there will be some crucial Bruce which will be in effect from July yes there is of course the the effect on the question like to that we can that I like the you know how do you think this is the prices fact our chances to build up the European public sphere because on 1 side and we've seen more and more negative emotions coming up to words certain countries are to which the EU research on but on the other hand I heard about the crisis even of provoke
blogs to come up and so I get what you think about that book I would as citizens different perception in Southern Europe and interest in Europe I
would say in serves as a southern discourses on Europe due to the crisis get more Europeanized I would say if I observe foreign I observed that your topics and media debates but I would say in northern Europe talking about various approaches but probably you could save from his respective involvement as far as I see in the north and spheres comparing with southern city of the northeastern media bloggers discourses weren't affected so much from the crisis says there where and so subsets of big changes but in southern Europe stare to mediate debates really changed in I think we're taking it in a slightly different angle that and I think the Constitution interdependent we and it's also shown trying to solve respond eurozone constructed principally among the leaders all Europe so Member States of the momentum is not sort necessarily directly European level now if you look at what happens in every so step in European integration
over the years is what you have 1st of all it's some problems which gets sold with some kind of technocratic solutions and thereafter comes the accountability and so the moment we might be in that state it's like they're fighting each other but if the whole law holds together and I do believe the eurozone will hold together increase will stay within it simply goes economics Morrison receiving Muresan about catastrophic 1 that will the focus of one's mind as we will we should reach a stage in the past 5 years from now where we've got where we passed the worst of economic problems and therefore we do not oppose me continuity again and as a result of that actually the stage which we can then actually to those species and of improving of discourse on other immigrants accountability European Union level so I see it as a negative kind supporting a pulse of advice is a highly critical situation moment but I do think if you look
at those similar sorts of things which happened in the past that should be a kind of a passing phase and should be it should be pretty needs to come there's also calls the and the power policy which is a positive thing in my mind was signed on also what the rise and fall right movements also tend to succeed in times of economic difficulties again if our economies that were once more you should see deployments more votes for movements although judging by the success of the pan over the years in France there is there is a right-wing populism in support we heat stay some level of approximate what level or at the moment I want to
add to that that I think it's a bit more complicated than just this this crisis divisive or those joint of altogether I think it I
think it does foster some sort of disillusionment perhaps with the leadership in Europe overall as in what we knew this would happen why did you bring us into this mess you can hear that was pretty much all over Europe but I agree with question that there there's is a quite quite a bit difference here between Northern Europe Southern Europe in terms of how much is this crisis on everybody's mind but which want to see now have that didn't see before is a sense of solidarity between the common people of Europe as a look at what the political leaders 10 years ago caused to all of us so I'd argue that the divisive effect is small the between the average citizens of the political leaders that just pursue their pet project no no holds part then between the countries and cultures assumption because they they're all in the same boat after all all I that I quite agree and and I really think of probability not sound the next sound and provocative debt actually describes 8 it might be an opportunity I think you might be an opportunity because well I believe that because I have the crash of the results at the moment would probably be a real catastrophe I I would I would uh and it definitely agree with John that is that when that happened but is gonna behind and and and people we keep on posing questions and and probably but we have not even got as as as bad as a kind of uh not yet but all of that will really close accountability afterwards and all and also we'll we'll resulted in the fact that we will have to build AppleTalk a political consensus and a political union after the economic union which was probably the best thing is that the was the state we have done mean that the worst mistake that that's happened at at least in my opinion was still make a monetary union without any political union whatsoever because the nation states as feel much more influential in there in in
and in it and it economic policy and then then there's a condition called the European Parliament said when went all the way to go through all of these at some sites we will have to to build a political union the next parliament to elect the next European elections will probably be very crucial on that and feel now but I was talking with them before wetlands so if if sum of
US seems to be evaluated from the yesterday even though where the old national elections half of the the guy was about Europe I and not 1 of the candidates were saying we're pulling out all we're pulling out of the euro where we they wear proposing to different ideas of the European Union no this is not the to debate which you know what we to that that's not the point point these that into that 5 years ago it wasn't like that 5 years ago the national elections in France would have been about Nadia for forefront not only deal of Europe now 8 mostly about an idea how do we want Europe how do we want from you wrote that the that's no question that the main point is what sort of Europe we these in 5 years time and the need to late moralises what's happening in but world trade it is not like that but but we we all know debris usually that they did not that bad but the crisis as schools not because this group that will very dependent on each other even from a very small country like Greece which is rather a small country with it probably 10 million people and a very small economy but female German banks in French banks in Italian meant that the path to live with Greek bonds whatever happens now is gone effect that's it that's the reality that we have each quite dramatically and probably none of us would have wouldn't want to do that but jobs these these big crisis can only represent any
opportunity because there's no way I would rather than forward because of course we have have 1 more question and and partial literally all the and went into the light of just the citizens I think we we should start talking about lovers as opposed to the European institutions within both are aspects of the same direction bloggers tend to be a part of the informant expert public who offer a backchannel and I fully agree with other I think we need to institutionalize backchannels to bring it into some constitutional European and framework that allows to to build
Europe with the with the inclusion of a new form of public and my question is you are there any any new initiatives on the European level that I'm not government government funded to to really implement these institutional changes by here not so I think would but you producing at a good idea what is it is it is like the 1 what they work for you but there was a unique human designed to be customized to the sum of the things I tend see the problem of the we're essentially which is that if this if the political structures all right decent communications can come from month we need to find the ways and means of communicating in order to mention provoke political structure so what other the sorts of things we can theoretically be all right here we go over watch which does a decent job but could be improved but the main improvement is needed is better structural openness of the EU institutions we don't that so what we need a better institutional but what what what was going on head we need some slight we need to have something better openness of the Council but again we're not lacking become aware that we communications to America and so they also view in that it is is that it can a delicate issue on i've never worked as a journalist coming to broaden summaries than EU Work 3 years and have views about it's like kind heart campaign Paul volumes but I'm not trying to purely reports on what's happening there I'm kind of pulse of some kind of discussion a page model should you trust this knowledge bases says this is the worked also should know something about it so maybe you might build trust me and so on I don't know how the hell you insisted kind of makes some kind of channels and institutionalizing act and if anyone try kind of institutionalized fact that would kill off maybe some of the stuff that works on the floor and it's also part of the reason why I a possible to pages which about stuff which is not directly relevant to the ones that call the actually on my blog
I have advertising 2 pages into buried on my blog below intelligently right European Union politics there is no advertising space is saying here and this is my view on European Union politics take it or leave it now I don't get funded by the European Union in order to do in fact get funded by anyone to do it so therefore what is completely straightforward and transparent now if I can anyway kind of institutionalized in that process here and here is the whole point of what I was doing in the 1st place and that's what kind of makes me a little bit more numerous and located near you only on something the kiss of these institutions that out In order for the situation to be more open
I also think they should actually open up which means 1 thing blogs and independent forum independent boat what just fine and cannot be used to institutionalize would it make sense a great but another thing is that the European part members of parliament or the European Commission especially which is not bolded should be more open in accepting comments from the public opinion even if they're not well I mean I don't expect the European Commission there and no I don't expect any crew was to watch or read every single blocking the European countries that we died because that would make sense and probably will be possible but I wouldn't want to and she got that she's actually 1 of the few did not fit to make public consultation on important and crucial issues in which every citizen can you know policy their opinion all parties or associations all graphs through the limitations but some commissioners to at some commissioners dont paying the most crucial higher itself the European Union politics that as the economy as usual this is not done always done in and very light and flexible way which is not really satisfactory but I'm not sure whether institutionalizing gate is is that good why I wouldn't have a clue how to do it for a great with no that being there I about that I think it's something we need in order to to build a public theater anything it's not done in spontaneously by the institutions perhaps what we should do it in in a way sad posting messages to to dance outstanding he makes as it was done we got back and you know that will that will eventually so for example of among you think those so that 1 distinction to make you between the regulated institutions and something that people organically of spontaneously I mean we already have an institution of the European bloggers that activists of the public to what's going on the reunion but as I interpret the question is should we regulate some sort of institution like that and that's what I become a little bit and under served if that's the right word blocking there is essentially the press but it's also speech it's me speaking to whoever is interested the Internet is the practice but it is speech and it is assembly and frankly you can't regulate that without hurting it voting is a lot less so if you're building some so if you put in some sort of institutions I think you need to recognize that it's in every attempt to regulate this will also be an attempt to regulate speech and regulate the free press so I would much rather have european in the european existing institutions all data of transparency all interesting topics to write about them having the same institutions trying to regulate how we can write about the christians Claremont it's a great new set to see what would I want to say I just can't skeptical about any new regulations because we have some
regulations which aren't applied OK and so I don't have to add anything because we accept what I want to see and all that thank you very much for attending this session few a this so
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Titel European Political Bloggers: Creating a Public Sphere?
Serientitel re:publica 2012
Teil 51
Anzahl der Teile 72
Autor Falkvinge, Rick
Marks, Jonathan
Poggiani, Alessandra
Worth, Jon
Mihr, Christian
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
Sie dürfen das Werk bzw. den Inhalt zu jedem legalen Zweck nutzen, verändern und in unveränderter oder veränderter Form vervielfältigen, verbreiten und öffentlich zugänglich machen, sofern Sie den Namen des Autors/Rechteinhabers in der von ihm festgelegten Weise nennen und das Werk bzw. diesen Inhalt auch in veränderter Form nur unter den Bedingungen dieser Lizenz weitergeben.
DOI 10.5446/21372
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2012
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract Do we have transparency in European politics? Can every citizen have an active influence on the EU decision-making process? How is broad political awareness reflected in the media? These are some of the key questions of the rE:Unite track at this years re:publica. The conference focuses on bringing together European bloggers, strengthening the scene and networking key European actors. At this round table, hosted by Jonathan Marks, expert in traditional media and blogging alike, the role of bloggers and net-activists in the European public sphere will be discussed with the blogging politician Rick Falkvinge, Euroblogger Jon Worth, Christian Mihr, expert for eastern Europe and executive director of the german section of Reporters without Borders and Prof. Alessandra Poggiani -- a lecturer of Digital communication and economy -- who is convinced we have to build Europe to overcome the crisis and this might be helped through the net. What are the challenges in creating the European Citizenship? How can political blogging and concrete projects to educate citizens contribute to forming a new, informed European public? How can we help building Europe through the Net? In cooperation with the Federal Agency for Civic Education (Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung)

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