So Say Scotland is a voluntary, non-profit and non-partisan hub for democratic innovation. Their work on fostering citizen participation over the last two years includes the 2013 Thinking Together Citizens’ Assembly and the 2014 referendum cards game Wee Play.
So Say’s contribution to participatory politics, deliberative democracy and collective action has now been recognised by Nesta and The Observer in the New Radicals 2014 list, which includes “Fifty radical thinking individuals or organisations changing Britain for the better”. A judging panel selected the final fifty from over 1000 submissions.
I am delighted for the amazing network of democratic innovators behind So Say Scotland.
See more information about New Radicals 2014 here.