Virtual meetings have boosted local democracy, survey finds

By Dan Peters | 17 June 2021

Nine in 10 councils believe local democracy has improved as a direct result of online council meetings, a survey has found.

Some 74% of councils reported higher public attendance due to meetings being held online while 72% said citizens and communities wanted to engage more, according to the survey by the Speakers’ Corner Trust charity.

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