We present: The ten finalists chosen by the jury in the category “democracy” DEMOCRACY (In alphabetical order) Alternativet Uffe Elbæk, political leader of Alternativet DENMARK Reviving democracy: outside-the-box thinking to overcome ideological constraints With its
Find out more about the finalist projects in the category CIVILISATION (In alphabetical order) Academy of Culture Teresa Kot, Commune Head of Jastków POLAND Child development: pre-school activities to compensate for lack of kindergartens The
We’re happy to announce the 80 finalists in 8 categories for the Innovation in Politics Awards 2017 – chosen by our jury of 1,022 European citizens.
European conference on creating jobs for long-term-unemployed over-50s
The 4th NOW Conference in Kampala gathered about 40 experts from more than 10 mostly Sub‐Sahara and some European countries in order to discuss the situation of young refugees and migrants within Africa and beyond as well as perspectives of African Youth.
Jurors can now apply for jury participation from 16 years or older Dear friends of the Innovation in Politics Awards, We have recently been approached by many younger citizens about being part of the jury.
Registration deadlines extended – become a juror, submit a project or nominate a project Dear friends and followers of the Innovation in Politics Awards, We’ve extended the deadlines for nominations and project submissions. You can
We asked Irina Alexieva of the School of Politics in Bulgaria for her view on the character of politicians and the matter of trust in politics.
The newly founded “Innovation in Politics Institute”, based in Vienna, starts with a Europe-wide award for innovation in politics.
On the conference for the first time a meeting of local decision-makers, outstanding experts, EU-Parliamentarians and refugees focused on displaced children.
The NOW Conference in Athens focused on the EU-Turkey-Agreement and the effects and consequences of its implementation for the communities.
On the first NOW Conference in January Mayors of 10 countries – from Lebanon, Turkey, Macedonia, Austria and Germany – and experts, NGO representatives and refugees came together in Vienna to find ways and means for a subtle refugee policy that strives for responsible and well-balanced solutions.