Shake Up Democracy

Give Your Vote is a campaign for democracy in a global world.

It’s simple: you give your vote to someone in Afghanistan, Bangladesh or Ghana. They use it to be part of the debate on decisions that affect them by casting a real vote in the 2010 UK election.

Together we're calling for a world where people have an equal say in the decisions that affect them, no matter where they are.

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Wednesday, 12 May, 2010 - 9am
Last week democracy broke through borders - thanks to you. You've been part of something simple yet powerful, radical yet beautiful. Six months ago there was an idea. Six days ago, people from...
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Wednesday, 5 May, 2010 - 6pm
It's crunch time. And trust us, David Cameron isn't the only one who's been up all night. At GYV HQ we've been fretting about what we'll be voting tomorrow and we're sure you have been too. So you’ve...
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Wednesday, 5 May, 2010 - 12pm
After a full weekend of voting in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Ghana the results are in. Have a look at the breakdown of how people voted, and if you've given your vote, you'll receive a text message...
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Tuesday, 4 May, 2010 - 7pm
After 100 hours of voting the polls have closed in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Ghana. School yards, seminars and street jams saw incredible turnouts as people gathered to share a historic and...
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Sunday, 2 May, 2010 - 5pm
Using some tech skills known but to a few - least of all to us - we have somehow managed to plot the vote donor locations on a Google map. It hasn't been 100% successful - there are a few stray...
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Friday, 30 April, 2010 - 11am
It's finally happening! Thousands around the world are voting today in the UK election - united by a mobile phone to vote with and a determination to make our world more equal. Voting lines are open...
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Wednesday, 28 April, 2010 - 5pm
So we find ourselves in the last leg of the campaign… As you guys get into election frenzy, we are too. Only our election is this friday and all you need is a mobile phone! We have presented this...
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Tuesday, 27 April, 2010 - 4pm
Such an experience has never come to the world and this idea is the best of all. To remove the distances among the people of the world, we need to become one act together, be optimist and realistic...
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Friday, 23 April, 2010 - 1pm
“Clegg is a rock star!!” came the shout from Tamana Dosi, 23, sitting in a 24hr café in Dhaka at 2am watching the leaders’ debate. Tamana, like thousands of others in Bangladesh, Afghanistan and...
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Thursday, 22 April, 2010 - 3pm
Tonight, screenings of the Leaders’ Debate are being held in cafes, hotel lobbies and across rooftops in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Ghana. Follow live local responses to the parties' pledges on...
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