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23 juin 2012

The Law Factory/La Fabrique de la Loi, Po, colloq: "Open Legislative Data in Paris. A Conference of the Third Kind with Hacktivists and Academics", Paris, 6-7 juil. 2012

Information transmise par Fr. Audren:
The Law Factory / La Fabrique de la Loi / Sciences Po

Open Legislative Data in Paris
A Conference of the Third Kind 
with Hacktivists and Academics

6-7 juillet 2012
The Law Factory: Sciences Po (CEE and Médialab), Regards Citoyens 

(Sciences Po, Amphitheatre Caquot, 28 rue des Saints- Pères, 75007 – Paris) 

8.45-9.15: Registration, Welcome Coffee 
9.15-10.30: Opening plenary 
  • Olivier Rozenberg (Sciences Po, CEE), Welcoming Address 
  • Bruno Latour (Sciences Po), Keynote 
  • Regards Citoyens, Presentation of the Law Factory project 
  • Scott Hubli (National Democratic Institute) and Maria Baron (Latin America Network for Legislative Transparency), Towards a Declaration on Parliamentary Openness 
10.30-10.45: Coffee Break 

10.45-12.45: Plenary Session 
  • Daniel Schuman (Sunlight Foundation, USA), Transparency in the US Congress USA 
  • Claire-Emmanuelle Longuet (Conseiller, Direction de la Séance, Sénat, France), AMELI and BASILE: Informatics tools and the Sénat’s procedure 
  • Ashok Hariharan (UN/DESA - Africa i-Parliaments, Kenya), Akoma Ntoso and Bungeni: Open standards and Open Source Applications for a sustainable open access to parliamentary activities: the experiences and applications of Africa i-Parliaments 
  • Ana Carvalho and Ricardo Lafuente (Manufactura Independente, Portugal), Persuasive Interfaces 
  • Brian Crisp, Matt Gabel, Simon Hug (Washington University in St. Louis, USA), Roll call Votes and Transparency 
  • Alexandre Girard (Tetalab France), Politimap: Visualizing Parlementary Activities 
  • Jonathan Bright (European University Institute, Italy), Measuring Legislative Oversight 
  • Baptiste Coulmont (Université Paris 8, France), Collaboration Network Among Political Groups 
  • Gregor Hackmack (ParliamentWatch, Germany), ParliamentWatch 
  • Adrian Moraru (Institute for Public Policy, Romania), Using IT Technology in Roll Call Analysis to Make the Romanian MP More Accountable 
  • Tom Steinberg (My society, UK), Three great unsolved problems of digital parliamentary monitoring 
  • Stefan Marsiske (Free software developer, Hungary), Hacking for Freedom in the EU 
  • Dirk Junge and Daniel Finke (MZES, University of Mannheim, Germany), Unveiling Bargaining in Legislatures: how Parliaments Shape Policy Proposals and What Legislative Behaviour Can Tell Us About That 
(Sciences Po, 13 rue de l’Université, 75007 Paris)

14-15.45: SESSION 1: Law Tracking I (Room J 208) 
  • Lee Peoples (Oklahoma City University, USA), Testing the Limits of WestlawNext 
  • Vincent Rasneur (France), Parsing the French "Journal Officiel" to Show the Evolution of Law 
  • Burt Monroe (Pennsylvania State University, USA), The Penn State Legislative Speech Projects 
  • Guibert Sandrine (Magillem, France), Impact analysis and Consolidation of Regulatory and Legislatory Texts Using JORF LEGI Flows 
  • Regards Citoyens (France), Simplify the Law 
14-15.45: SESSION 2: Parliamentary Monitoring (Room J 210) 
  • Aspasia Papaloi ( University of Athens, Greece), The role of transparency and the (trans)formation of democracy through an open legislative process 
  • Aline Pennisi (Openpolis, Italy), Open parlamento, Productivity index, the Open Polis Experience With "Camere Aperte" 
  • Guillermo Ávila (Fundar, Center of Analysis and Research Cityvox, Mexico), Curul 501. Your Seat in Congress 
  • Sándor Léderer (K-Monitor Watchdog for Public Funds, Hungary), Tracking Conflict of Interest, Lobby and Corruption Through Open Legislative Data 
  • Tiina Ruohonen (Holder de ord, Norway), Holder de ord: Introducing Monitory Democracy to Norway – Methodology and lessons learnt 
  • Ignas Rubikas and Mano Seimas (Transparency International,Lithuania), Accessing and Socializing. Parliamentary Data in Lithuania 
  • Bogdan Manolea (Association for Technology and Internet – ApTI, Romania), Romanian Examples of Open Legislative Data 
14-15.45: SESSION 3: Roll call Votes Analysis and Accountability (Room J 211)
  • Michal Skop (University of Hradec KOHOVOLIT Kralove, Czech Republic), Roll-call analyses in motion 
  • Doru Frantescu (, Belgium), How to hold EU politicians to account 
  • Mihail Chiru (Central European University Budapest and Median Research Center Bucharest, Romania), The Trap of Self-Evident Statistics: Parliamentary Monitoring Tools in Romania 
  • Segun Fodeke (iWatch, Nigeria), Open Government and Performance Evaluation – A Key to Socio-Economic Development in Developing Nations 
  • Marco Bani (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy), We-transparency: Grassroots Transparency Policies 
  • Jami Pekkanen (Kansan muisti ry, Finland), Calculating Honesty: Quantitative Comparison of Election Promises and Delivery 
  • Ramiro Alvarez, (ADC, Argentina), Is Open Data the Key to Open Congress’ Lock? A Proposal for Developing Countries 
15.45-16.15: Coffee Break 

16.15-18: SESSION 4: Law Tracking or Law Hacking II (Room J 208)
  • Erik Josefsson (Greens/EFAGroup, European Parliament), At4am - Hacking Democracy 
  • François Briatte (IEP Grenoble, France), Turning Parliamentary Websites into Legislative Data: A Look at Debate Allocation in the French National Assembly 
  • Lewis John McGibbney (Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK), Through the Spyglass: User-Oriented Drafting Work-Flows for Secondary Legislation Artifacts 
  • Enrico Borghetto (University of Milan, Italy), Italian: Law-Making Archive: A New Tool For the Analysis Of the Italian Legislative Process 
  • Vincent Michel (Logilab, France), Information Extraction from News Articles Using Open Datasets 
16.15-18: SESSION 5: Opening Legislative Data in Challenging Environments (Room J 210) 
  • David Pulkol (Africa Leadership Institute, Uganda), Parliamentary Monitoring in Uganda 
  • Chakshu Roy (PRS Legislative Research, India), Effectiveness of Legislatures in Developing Countries 
  • Constantin Vica (University of Bucharest, Romania), Open Data and the Quest of Meaning 
  • Alvaro Mouriño (Uruguay), Available Does not Mean Open: The Challenge of Scraping 
  • Rashaad Alli (Voice of the People, South Africa), Parliamentary Monitoring Group 
  • Segun Fodeke (iWatch, Nigeria), Open Government and Performance Evaluation – A Key to Socio-Economic Development in Developing Nations 
  • Selim Kharrat (Al Bawsala, Tunisia), Introducing 
16.15-18: SESSION 6: Involving All Citizens in the Legislative Process and Parliament Monitoring (Room J 211) 
  • Pedro Markun (Transparência Hacker, Brazil), Hacker Bus - Taking the Action Down to the Ground 
  • Peninah Mutuneh (SODNET, Kenya), Huduma 
  • Daniel Devatman Hromada (Kyberia think tank, Slovakia), Initiation to Parallel Democracy Model 
  • Oluseun Onigbinde (BudgIT, Nigeria), Public Data: Bridging Information Gap for Open Action 
  • Emanuele Achino (Politecnico di Torino, Italy), Hack / Hacking Movements: Participation and Communication Technology in the Information Societies 
  • Elira Zaka (Centre for Parliamentary Studies, Albania), Open Parliament-Basis for Transparency and Accountability of MPs 
  • Leo Lahti (Louhos, Finland), Open Analytics for Parliamentary Data in Finland 
18.00-19.30: Cocktail 

(“La Cantine”, 151 rue Montmartre, Passage des Panoramas 12 Galerie Montmartre, 75002 Paris) 
  • 9-9.30: Welcome Coffee 
9.30-10.30 Open discussions on collaboration and sharing tools for Open Legislative Data 
  • Moderators: Pedro Markun (Transparencia Hackers Brazi) and Tom Steinberg (MySociety, UK) 
  • 10.30-12.30: Technical and advocacy workshop sessions/ Informal talks 
  • 12.30-13: Declaration on Parliamentary Openness 
13.00-14.00: Lunch buffet 
  • 14: Informal Talks