Digitalized democracy: Collective agreement elections in Denmark 2017
In Denmark, a group of the country’s largest unions recently completed the negotiation of collective agreements on behalf of more than 500.000 workers. Following this, OK17 was held, a large election where workers are given the opportunity to cast their vote on the results for their specific area.
Swedish Parliament party uses Assembly Voting self-service solution
The Swedish party Liberalerna, represented in Rigsdagen (The Swedish Parliament), has signed an agreement with Assembly Voting for a self-service digital democratic infrastructure. The service is implemented and Liberalerna are using the service for candidate registrations and more than 300 yearly elections among the members of the party. Liberalerna has decided to use a self-service solution where local election administrators handle every part of the candidate registrations and the election system themselves.
Expanding UK engagement
Voting members of societies, associations, groups and clubs in UK are already practicing their democratic rights using Assembly Voting. A recently signed partnership agreement with UK Engage, one of the largest providers of electoral services in the UK, will expand our UK activities in the years ahead.
4 times as many participants by digital democracy in housing associations
In collaboration with the housing organization fsb, Assembly Voting has completed Denmark's first 100% digital general meeting in the housing association Øselgården in Copenhagen.