The following is a list of political wiki communities and related open democracy activities.
- Electowiki - Talking about voting methods.
- Wikia Politics Portal, contains a list of wiki-based political communities.
- dKosopedia, a political encyclopedia. The dKosopedia is written from a left/progressive/liberal/Democratic point of view.
- E-Democracy.Org's Wiki, this non-profit, non-partisan, non-advocacy site includes use of a wiki to collect contact and link information from candidates such as Minnesota Gubernatorial candidates and their President 2008 directory effort
- Issuepedia describes itself as "the encyclopedia of issues, analysis, thought, and opinion. As with Wikipedia, anyone can edit; unlike Wikipedia, we encourage opinions and rants as well as carefully considered analysis and purely factual writing." Their main page includes a list of related projects
- Wikocracy: "This is a test to see what happens when everyone can write and revise the law."
- The Ideal Government Project: A U.K. based effort to enable citizens to "say what we want from e-enabled government."
- PoliticWiki: Originally a six-month study asking participants to build a political platform from scratch, PoliticWiki currently lives on as part of the mission of 3rd Party, a political organization of amateur politicians seeking critical mass.
- SourceWatch Congresspedia: "Congresspedia is a collaboratively written 'citizens' encyclopedia on Congress, designed to shine more light on the workings of the U.S. Congress.". Site based on MediaWiki.
- Open Politics.ca is Canada's incredibly interactive political forum
- More Perfect.org is where we have the opportunity to rewrite some laws. Based in Seattle.
- Spacedebate.org: "an effort to expand the debate on the weaponization of space through a collaborative, wiki-like tool for structured debate on a topic."
- The Australian Bill of Rights Initiative - the most humble beginnings of an organisation dedicated to the creation of an Australian bill of rights, written collaboratively by volunteers. (We're the only common law country in the world without one - and we need one bloody bad!) Mark Elliott 03:31, 10 July 2006 (UTC)
- Democracies Online Newswire - E-Democracy, E-Government, and Politics Online - Hosted by Steven Clift. Includes a Wiki.
- The Virtual and Global Social Democratic Party - a project coordinated by Rolf Oberhaensli in Switzerland.
- Electorama! is associated with the Election-methods mailing list and communities of election-minded people.
- Idealist.org, provides job listings and is working on starting a project to bring Web 2.0 to activism.
- TakingItGlobal - Social networking with concerned citezens over the world, an art gallery, an online magazine, directories of organizations and other features.
Websites of interestEdit
Please add to this list of political based websites. There are more than blogs and wiki's out there. Let's build a catalog.
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