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The 2010 Global Forum on Modern Direct Democracy was a five-day international event held in San Francisco, July 30-August 4, 2010. The conference attracted more than 400 direct democracy professionals, activists, critics and scholars.

The conference was recorded. This is the place to order your copy of the recording. Single sets cost $20 and you can get the complete conference (4 sets) for $60. Shipping within USA is $3 per set or $9 for a complete set. International shipping is $5 per set or $14 for a complete set.

 

DISC 1 – Day 1, July 31, 2010
Welcome Keynote: Paul Jacob, President, Citizens in Charge Foundation
Concept Note: Bruno Kaufmann, President, IRI Europe
Keypad Voting Exercise: Chris Bui, 5th Medium I.C.
Welcomes to CA: A Report on the State of California
Speaker: Frank Wu, Dean, UC Hastings
Speaker: Betty Yee, State Board of Equalization
Speaker: David Lesher, Publc Policy Institute of California
Speaker: Jon Christensen, Bill Lane Center for the American West, and California Choices
Speaker: Leif Haase, New America Foundation
Panel: Is California’s Initiative Process Ruining the State or Saving It?
Keynote: Jon Coupal, Howard Jarvis Taxpayer’s Association
Speaker: Jennifer Garrison, State Representative, Ohio
Response: Brandon Holmes, Citizens in Charge Foundation
 
DISC 2 – Day 1, July 31, 2010
Presentation: Reform in Oregon
Panel: Does the Initiative and Referendum Process Need Reform?
Response: Ramon Casiple, Philippines, Institute for Political and Electoral Reform
Speaker: Tom Hayden, Former CA State Senator
Speaker: David McCuan, Sonoma State University
Panel: Signed, Sealed, Delivered, Paid For and Counted: An Inside Look at the Process, from the Signatures to the Votes
Evening Reception: Govern Yourself: What’s Next for Direct Democracy in America?
Speaker: Ralph Nader
Speaker: Krist Novoselic, Chair of FairVote, former bassist for Nirvana
Speaker: John Fund, The Wall Street Journal
Speaker: Gerald Haefner, European Parliament


 

2010 Jul 31 (2 DVDs)


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DISC 1 – Day 2, August 1, 2010
Panel: Necessary Evils? Lawyers and Money
Keynote: Ned Crosby, Jefferson Center, Minnesota
Panel: Big Money vs. Direct Democracy: Who Wins?
Speaker: Darien Shanske, UC Hastings
Speaker: Thad Kousser, UCSD, Bill Lane Center for Democracy
Speaker: Rick Hasen, Loyola Law School, The Election Law Blog
Speaker: Mark Paul, New America Foundation
Speaker: Allison Hayward, Center for Competitive Politics
Speaker: Roy Ulrich, Common Cause, Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley
Speaker: Tracy Westen, Center for Governmental Studies, Los Angeles
Speaker: Bruno Kaufmann, IRI Europe
Speaker: Fernando Mendez, Center for Research on Direct Democracy
Speaker: Bailey Ludlam, Ballotpedia
Speaker: Susan Nevelow Mart, Research Librarian, UC Hastings
Speaker: Brandon Holmes, Citizens in Charge Foundation
Speaker: David Altman, University of Santaigo Chile, World Assessment
Speaker: Jeff Adachi, San Francisco Public Defender, SF SMART Reform Campaign
 
DISC 2 – Day 2, August 1, 2010
Speaker: Ward Connerly, American Civil Rights Institute, Author of Prop 209
Panel: Smart Detour or Dead End: Does I&R Provide a Path to Advance Your Agenda?
Response: Jung-OK Lee
Panel: On the Media I&R in the Court of Public Opinion
Speaker: Christina Tobin, Free and Equal
Presentation: Former US Sen. Mike Gravel, Is America Ready?
Response: Evan Ravitz, Vote.org
Response: Atanas Slavov, Bulgaria
Response: Michael Freeman, Transamerican Alliance for a National Consensus
Response: Mike Arno, Arno Political Consultants
Closing Remarks: Paul Jacob, Citizens in Charge Foundation

2010 Aug 1 (2 DVDs)


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DISC 1 – Day 3, August 2, 2010
Opening Remarks: Joe Matthews, Co-President 2010 Global Forum Host Committee
Opening Remarks: Bruno Kaufmann, IRI Europe
Opening Keynote: Debra Bowen, California Secretary of State
Welcoming Addresses to San Francisco, CA, the US, and the World
Speaker: Phil Ting, San Francisco Assessor
Speaker: Jung-Ok Lee, Korea Democracy Foundation
Speaker: Gerald Hafner, Member, European Parliament
Speaker: David Altman, The Catholic University of Chile
World Tour to Modern Direct Democracy: Is DD on the March or in Retreat?
Speaker: Theo Schiller, Chairman, Initiative and Referendum Institute Europe
Speaker: Jonathan Lin, President, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy
Speaker: Ugochukwu, Human Rights Attorney, Nigeria
Speaker: Rolf Raushenbach, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Speaker: Suresh Nautiyal, Green Party, India
Speaker: Nigel Smith, United Kingdom
Speaker: Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform
Panel: Can We All Get Along? Legislators and Direct Democracy, Reflections from California to Switzerland
 
DISC 2 – Day 3, August 2, 2010
Research Input: Rolf Raushenbach, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Research Input: Palle Svensson, Arhus University, Denmark
Panel: Overruling the People? Direct Democracy and the Courts
Speaker: Brian Merika, Activate Direct
Panel: Do You Dream of Electronic Signatures?
Panel: The Impact of Social Networking, Expanding Access, the Risks to Security, and the Process

2010 Aug 2 (2 DVDs)


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DISC 1 – Day 4, August 3, 2010
Speaker: Art Torres, Vice Chair of the CA Institute for Regenerative Medicine, and Chair, CA Democratic Party
Research Input: Joanna Weinberg, UC Hastings
Research Input: Ethan Lieb, Professor Law, UC Hastings
Keynote Speaker: Wayne Pacelle, President, Humane Society of The United States
Panel: Alternative Methods of Democratic Participation: Direct and Participatory Democracy
Panel: Starting Over: The Challenge of Writing a New Constitution with Direct Democracy
 
DISC 2 – Day 5, August 4, 2010
Speaker: Victor Cuesta, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Espa???a
Speaker: Grace Kainoy Weitman, Empowerment Congress, Los Angeles
Speaker: Shana Kaiser, International IDEA
Address: Amjad Atallah, Middle East Task Force, New America Foundation
Speaker: Ramon Casiple, Phillipinnes, Institute for Political and Electoral Reform
Remarks: Jane Kim, President, San Francisco Board of Education
Speaker: Atanas Slavov, Institute for Direct Democracy, Bulgaria
Learning from Comparing: Briefing Tour Remarks and Impressions
Speaker: Jung-Ok Lee, Korea Democracy Foundation
Speaker: Roman Huber, More Democracy, Germany
Keynote: Ross LaJeunesse, Google Asia
Workshop Reports and Presentation of Global Information
Remarks: George Lakoff, UC Berkeley
Declaration of the San Francisco Statement on Best Practices in Direct Democracy
Concluding Keynote: Bob Hertzberg, Co-Chair, California Forward, former Assembly Speaker
Valediction Notes by the 2010 Global Forum Co-Presidents

2010 Aug 3/4 (2 DVDs)


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2010 Global Forum Complete Set
(Jul 31 – Aug 4, 8 DVDs)


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