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الانخراط المدنيّ: كيف يمكن أن تشجّع التكنولوجيا الرقمية انخراطاً أكبر في المجتمع المدنيّ؟

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This Perspective explores the potential impacts that digital technologies may have on the nature of civic engagement and political processes, providing an overview of the ways in which digital platforms and tools may contribute to strengthening a more inclusive civil society, and highlighting the significant risks posed by the use of these technologies. The authors argue that these risks must be properly understood and addressed if democratic society is to benefit from continuing innovation in this space. This Perspective is part of a series of four exploring the opportunities and challenges that digital technologies are creating within society ahead of the 2017 Thought Leadership programme at St George's House, Windsor which has been designed and delivered by RAND Europe in conjunction with the Corsham Institute.

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