Basecamp is where a new member of the One Vote community can join and find a guided walkthrough of the One Vote Project. Combining a form of curated content, contextual information and direct links, this space is a handy guide and a way to view the project at your own pace.
A topic map for the One Vote Project is available here
About One Vote Project
One Vote is an initiative to examine a diverse set of inputs and perspectives regarding the introduction and evolution of technology as part of the elections.
We use public discourse, deliberations and reports to raise awareness about this topic for a lay audience. One Vote is designed to enable creating a framework - a mental model by which aspects of responsible technology can be reviewed in terms of fairness, transparency, equity, inclusion and privacy among other rights.
An easy-to-share introductory material is available as a PDF from this link
The current set of individuals contributing to the One Vote Project include
- Neeta Subbaiah
- Chantal Almeida D’Costa
- Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay
The interim report is a summary of the conversations that have taken place - via master classes - since May 2021. The report also includes some forward looking statements which provide further opportunity to investigate issues arising around the topic of technology in elections
The One Vote Project grows through partnerships and collaboration. It enables us to come together to explore a wide range of topics from the perspective of elections, voting rights, fairness, inclusion/exclusion issues and responsible usage of technology.
This map provides a high level overview into the partnerships and collaboration we hope to build and sustain.