Beyond Brexit: Creating dialogue and action for a country divided

Brexit is one of the most controversial and seismic political events in the UK’s recent history. Yet throughout the pre-referendum campaigns and aftermath of Brexit many questions remain unanswered and the future unclear.

Regardless of whether you voted in or out, this two day event is open to the tech and non-tech community to join forces to create dialogue and action beyond Brexit.

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Project Introduction for What the Fact

Browser plugin that gives you fact-checking information about what you're reading

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Project Introduction for Pop

Help people to connect outside of their echo-chambers and creating safe space for conversations. Building bridges and building trust.

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Project Introduction for Ministers under the Influence

The aim is for it to be a one stop shop for all the publicly available data on money and politics (donations to political parties, ministerial meetings data, registers of MPs and Peers interests, lobbying registers.)

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Project Introduction for I Street Watch

Increase awareness, provide support to the individuals affected

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Project Introduction for Fix it

Fix it

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Project Introduction for Exit Gap

Web app to help people identify impacts of Brexit by mapping out where the EU impact the UK, in terms of funding, policy and trade

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Project Introduction for Campaign Ninja

Mobilise a mass leaflet or door to door campaign quickly and easily

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Project Introduction for BrexLex

Web app that allows campaigners to easily see which words/phrases are most resonant on Twitter, and which sides are using them.