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Local Issues Forum Guidebook

Local Issues Forum Guidebook

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A guide to issues forums by edemocracy.org for the Local eDemocracy National Project.
A guide to issues forums by edemocracy.org for the Local eDemocracy National Project.

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Published by: iceledem on Feb 24, 2010
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Invitation to new Brighton & Hove Issues Forum
-- http://e-democracy.org/brighton-hove --

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Hello,

I am part of a team which is launching a new online forum for everyone in
Brighton and Hove. It is going to be a place where everybody can talk about
the issues that affect them, or interest them, to do with our City.

What are your views on the fight over plans for the new football stadium?
What do you think about speed cameras? Are there problems with graffiti near
you? Come and tell the forum, and together we can try to work out some
solutions.

The forum is an independent project, run by volunteers whose only interest
is to improve the working of local democracy. The city council and other
local organisations will be watching what happens on the forum closely, so
your voice might be heard by people with the power to make a difference.

We'd like you to be one of the first group of Brighton and Hove people that
joins our new forum. It is easy to join. Sign-up on the web site now at:

http://e-democracy.org/brighton-hove

You can choose to participate via email or over the web. To take part, all
you need is an email address and access to the web - available free at your
local library. Please tell your friends about this new public forum.

Thanks,

YOUR NAME
Volunteer
Brighton & Hove E-Democracy

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