We’re very proud to announce that Kate has picked up a significant award for her efforts in electronic democracy! If you’ve followed what she’s been up to (you’d be hard pressed to keep up, for starters…) you’ll see that engaging citizenry through and leveraging social energy with Internet technologies is a major facet in her politic. Here at CASE we share exactly the same sentiment which is why this award is so exciting.
“Senator The Hon. Kate Lundy has been awarded the International eDemocrary Award for 2010 at a ceremony during the World eDemocracy Forum. The ceremony took place at France’s Department of Foreign Affairs in Paris overnight.
Senator Lundy was selected from a shortlist of 12 to take top honours at the event, which is considered the foremost awards for leaders and practitioners of the Gov 2.0 and eGovernment agendas.”
From all the CASE staff, well done Kate!