Thanks for all of your contributions to OpenLabourNZ so far.
The policy principles and the discussions under each theme have been put on the wiki here, and will be incorporated into the final report.
Through the process many different suggested actions have been received. We’d like you now to vote for those, so we can see which ones you consider are the most important for Labour to have in our policy. As previously noted, this does not necessarily mean they will end up in the policy, but we are taking your input seriously.
To vote, please go here
For each suggestion you can ‘vote it up’ (if you agree with it) and ‘vote it down’ (if you disagree). You can also leave comments on each suggestion. If you have a suggestion that isn’t there, you can add that too (please read through the existing suggestions so we don’t get double ups).
There are currently 63 suggested actions in total. You don’t have to vote for all of them, if you don’t have time, just choose the ones that are most important to you. The suggested actions are listed under each of their themes, so you might want to focus just on the themes that matter to you the most.
If you were at one of the discussion tables for a particular theme at the OpenLabourNZ event, it’d be particularly good to have your input, and any additional comments you’d like to add. Here are the links to suggested actions grouped under each them on the IdeaScale site:
- Transparency in political offices
- Open public sector data and information
- Opening up the public sector
- Collaborative and participative policy development
- Citizen-centric services
- Open infrastructure
These suggested actions will be listed in the final report, with the number of votes each received, so this is a chance to have your say. Voting doesn’t require a log in, and can be done in one click.