Lectures & Workshops

We offer lectures and workshops on digital democracy and democratic decision-making. You are welcome to book one of our competent lecturers!

Loke Hagberg

Loke has written a book on liquid democracy, founded Flowback and has lectured widely on democracy, economics, politics, and philosophy.


Samuel Färdow Kazen

Samuel is chairman and founder of the Association for Digital Democracy and has lectured extensively on the money system, religion, philosophy, economics and politics.


The Digital Democracy Association is a non-profit association that is religiously and politically independent. It aims to support and promote effective democratic organisation of people at all levels: from small networks and organisations at grassroots level to large companies, political parties and organisations at national and international level.

Its ultimate goal is a world in which everyone's influence and participation is maximised in a way that is compatible with high flexibility, efficiency and power to act in human co-operation and organisations. The Association's sub-goals are to (i) develop innovative open-source tools for digital democratic organisation (ii) disseminate knowledge and stimulate interest in effective democratic decision-making and organisational practices (iii) support organisations and companies to improve their internal democracy.