Personal Democracy Forum 2018: How We Make Good | Personal Democracy Forum

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May 30, 2018

The Personal Democracy Forum (PDF) is meant to foster conversation about technology’s impact on government, politics, media, and democratic societies. PDF 2018 will take place at New York Law School, New York City, June 7-8. Registration can be found here. If cost is burdensome, there is also an opportunity to volunteer for one day of the conference and attend the other for free.

On both days of PDF, we’ll start together in plenary session. To get warmed up, we’ll hear a few fast five-minute talks and demos. And then we’ll go deep for the rest of the morning, with six hand-picked anchor keynote talks, each followed by audience Q&A.

Then, after a networking lunch, you’ll dive in to a 90-minute workshop session, led by those anchor keynotes, with some supporter speakers and assisted by expert facilitation.

The day will end with PDFopen, 90 minutes of unconference-style talks, breakouts, speed-dating and demos generated by conference participants.

The goal: to help you connect with the people, ideas, and movements that are making good, right now.

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