Join Farrin Foster and Joshua Fanning from City Standard to learn more about, and discuss, The Democracy Project.
About the project:
In Australia, we have more information on the performance of our footy players than we have on the performance of our politicians.
The Democracy Project wants to change that so you can make informed decisions about SA’s future.
The idea is simple, it’s just never been done before.
The Democracy Project will collect reliable, unbiased data on six key election promises made by Steven Marshall’s Government.
The project will publish this data as easy-to-understand, interactive tools. It will update these tools with new data every three months for the whole four years of the Government. With this comprehensive, evolving resource that puts a bunch of useful information all in one place, you’ll be able to watch as things get better or worse, and understand why that’s happening.
Politicians promise a lot of things going into elections, but without The Democracy Project we don’t have any spin-free, long-term way of regularly tracking if they’re delivering on those promises.
This event is presented by the Centre of Democracy & City Standard