Collectively people can be smarter than as individuals. Building on that can help us make Democracies better at solving current problems.
Our team has been speaking to leaders and professionals from across Europe. We asked them to give us an example of a citizen participation process supported by digital technologies.
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The existence of a digital divide does not automatically lead to unequal outcomes in digital participation processes. When we assume this link we skip a couple of essential steps and miss some important lessons in the process – as Tiago C. Peixoto, senior government specialist at the World Bank, explains in this interview.
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Is AI up to the task of improving democracy itself?
Kood/Jõhvi won the 2021 Innovation in Politics Award in the category Education. We spoke to the school’s co-director Karin Künnapas about the idea behind the school.
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Artists reflect on what is happening right now, on the issues that move us all. Looking back at the history of art, it’s interesting to see that thanks to their particular attunement to the world around them, artists have sometimes been able to foretell what the future would bring.
Dubravka Šuica on the Conference on the Future of Europe – from scepticism to engagement.