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Community and copyright at Dubrovnik, plus Carl Djerassi and Sarah Lindon on our renga storytelling experiment

17 June 2007

In this week's podcast we debate radical views of creative commons licensing ahead of the iCommons summit in Croatia, scientist and novelist Carl Djerassi analyses the final stories in our collaborative writing experiment, the renga, and we take a look at a photographic exhibition of images exposing violence against women, broken bodies broken dreams. You can download the podcast now or listen on your ipod by clicking here.

The music on this podcast is by Kevin MacCleod (incompetech.com)

 

Peter Geoghegan: dark money and dirty politics

Democracy is in crisis and unaccountable flows of money are helping to destroy it. Peter Geoghegan’s new book, ‘Democracy for Sale: Dark Money and Dirty Politics’, charts how secretive money, lobbying and data has warped our democracy.

How has dark money bought our politics? What can be done to change the system?

Join us for a journey through a shadowy world of dark money and disinformation stretching from Westminster to Washington, and far beyond.

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In conversation:

Peter Geoghegan Dark Money Investigations editor at openDemocracy and the author of ‘Democracy for Sale: Dark Money and Dirty Politics’.

Mary Fitzgerald Editor-in-chief, openDemocracy.

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