PROJECT SUBMISSION OPEN UNTIL 27 JULY 2020 Due to numerous requests from project owners throughout Europe, we are happy to announce an extension of the timeframe for project submissions until July 27 (midnight). Project owners […]
The coronavirus crisis poses major challenges for everyone. We have joined forces with Act.Now to make the best practices for coping with the crisis available to politics and society.
From 2021, each year, one city in Europe will become the European Capital of Democracy, a stage and inspiration for the future of democracy. Citizens from all over Europe will be invited to join.
Become a part of the Innovation in Politics Awards 2020 and help us to improve politics and democracy in Europe. Nominate a project! Become a juror! Spread the word!
We invite you to apply for jury membership. 1,000 citizens – representative of the European population − will be selected to join the 2020 Awards jury.
Do you innovate? Then join us in this year’s Innovation in Politics Awards! Submit your project or nominate your favourite political initiative in Europe.
We are a Europe-wide service organisation for politicians and political institutions, striving to develop and implement political innovations.
Act.Now and The Innovation in Politics Institute are merging into one company. From now on, their combined knowledge and international network will be available to its clients and partners in politics and civil society in an integrated form.
Meet the winners and finalists of the Innovation in Politics Awards 2019 – and have a look at our gala event at the Tipi am Kanzleramt
What unites society when social distancing is necessary due to the corona crisis? We have looked at numerous innovative local initiatives, which can effectively enhance societies during the current public health crisis.
Josef Lentsch, Managing Partner at the Innovation in Politics Institute Germany, returns from a week at the Political Startup Incubator in Johannesburg to share his insights.
On 2 March 2020 the first week of the Political Start-Up Incubator, a launchpad for centrist political start-ups in African countries, began.