Corporate Europe Observatory and the makers of the documentary film The Brussels Business, the docu-thriller that zooms in on Brussels’ lobbying scene and features the work of ALTER-EU’s steering committee, are about to launch a very interesting, interactive web application.
This application, or rather online game, enables citizens to engage in a dialogue with Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) about topics that are about to be put to the vote.
So far the project is supported by ARTE tv, in partnership with Le Monde, Huffington Post, and PressEurope. Others like L’Internazionale and RTBF might follow. The game will be launched on February 5, one week before ARTE broadcasts a special programme on lobbying. Initially, the game will last eight weeks.
As time is short, the makers could use your help in several ways:
Please feel free to contact the initiator Matthieu Lietaert or on his mobile 0032 473 12 88 10.
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