Smári McCarthy : Crowdsourcing the Constitution

Technologist and political activist Smári McCarthy talks about the constitutional process Iceland went through after its financial crisis in 2008. Speaking at an event at Summerhall with Bella Caledonia, an online magazine, which explores ideas of independence, autonomy and self determination, McCarthy explores the history of Iceland’s constitution, the efforts by the public to change it after the financial crisis, and how aspects of it could relate to what’s happening in Scotland now.


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