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[liberationtech] Call for Papers: The Impacts of Civic Technology Conference (TICTeC 2018)

Gemma Moulder gemma at
Mon Dec 18 06:27:37 PST 2017

Dear all,

mySociety will be hosting the 4th edition of The Impacts of Civic
Technology Conference (TICTeC) <> in Lisbon
on 18th and 19th April 2018.

TICTeC <> is the world’s only conference
dedicated to exploring the impact that civic technologies and digital
democracy are having upon citizens and governments around the globe.

The primary goal of the conference is to promote and share rigorous and
meaningful research into online technologies and digital democracy around
the world. It’s a safe place to examine what works, what doesn’t, and how
best to measure that.

*Call for Papers now open*

If you are carrying out, or have completed, research on this theme, and
would like to present your work, then please do submit an abstract /
proposal <>.

We also welcome proposals for individuals to lead workshops or give
presentations relating to the conference theme.

We invite individuals to submit abstracts or workshop / presentation
proposals of no more than 300 words by* 2nd February 2018*.


For the last two years TICTeC has sold out – so make sure you get tickets
early <>. Early bird tickets
provide a 50% discount, so it’s well worth registering
<> before they run out!


If you’d like to support TICTeC to bring together the world’s best Civic
Technology researchers and practitioners, there are many different sponsorship
opportunities available <>. Please
visit our sponsorship page <> for more
details, or contact me for more information.

We hope to see you in Lisbon for another fantastic TICTeC event.

All the best,


Gemma Moulder (née Humphrys)

*Events Manager /** Alaveteli Partnerships Manager *

mySociety | <>
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