shanika’s tiny revolution
- date: 14 october 2019
- challenge category: democracy
- selected tactic: tiny slogan
- difficulty rating:
- current status: completed
shanika’s politics party
shanika’s tiny revolution invites people to become more involved in democracy and recognising civic duty
I feel overwhelmed when I think about the true meaning of democracy. I mean is it really helpful and make people’s life better when our country or community becomes more and more democratic？Although it gives individuals chance to express their sounds, do they really have the ‘ability’ of not being represented? Over-democratic environment causes chaos and conflicts sometimes. So is there any way to speak out when they are trying to say while protecting the authority of democracy? I’m still trying to find it.
what is the idea we are moving forward with?
invite people to a party…
– for democracy.
– to be more involved.
– have to bring something.
– ingredients [bring a plate].
for the political apathetic.
or those who are a political.
how can we do it?
a party invitation given out, sent out asking people to bring:
where does it need to take place?
are there any legal implications to the activity?