King’s College London Students Union ePetitioner

01/08/2008 - 01/08/2009

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This project provided an ePetitioning system for King’s College London Students Union, based on the systems we have previously provided for The Scottish Parliament, German Bundestag and some English local authorities.

KCLU's system is still in use: http://petition.kclsu.org

Summary of our ePetitions research
King’s College London Students Union ePetitioner is a Contract Research project funded by King’s College London Students Union. Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to http://petition.kclsu.org/.
 
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Project Team

Kathy Buckner
(not currently an institute member)
Peter Eland
(not currently an institute member)

Associated Publications