Us Now Film online launch today by FutureGov Consultancy
Today I have been invited to attend an exciting event hosted by FutureGov Consultancy (my sponsors to NYC for the Personal Democracy Forum this June).
Today I have been invited to attend an exciting event hosted by FutureGov Consultancy (my sponsors to NYC for the Personal Democracy Forum this June). This event marks the launch of ‘Us Now Film‘ online that discusses the theory and practice of transforming governments through participation.
FutureGov describes this event as…
…. a film that tells the stories of online networks that are challenging the existing notion of hierarchy. For the first time, it brings together the fore-most thinkers in the field of participative governance to describe the future of government. FutureGov is proud to be coordinating the launch of the film so that audiences across the world are inspired to act.
I remember when I first started blogging, NESTA had a screening of the Us Now Film and I was so green with envy that I did not get an invite. Though of course no one knew me then, so it makes sense! 😉
I’m really honoured that after months of blogging, the opportunity to be apart of something really special has become a reality.
I look forward to attend the event to watch the full version of the film and network with like-minded people who I’m sure will all be fascinating! If you will be there, be sure to look me up. I’ll be the one in the green dress.
The launch will take place at Curzon Soho at 4pm -6pm. See you there!
To get a sneak peak of the film watch this…
Liz Azyan is interested in the ways new kinds of social data and technology introduce challenges and opportunities to society. Get involved with Liz’s latest project here.