We’ve asked our Innovation in Politics Awards jurors why they joined the Jury. Here’s why you should become a juror, too!
We spoke with him and Léa Sturton, Head of the sustainable food department in the municipality of Mouans-Sartoux, about what it takes to change the eating habits of a whole community.
With his project Home Quarantine without a Home, Matúš Vallo, Mayor of Bratislava and his team won the 2020 Innovation in Politics Award in the category Coping with Covid-19. We spoke with him about teamwork, discipline, and leadership in times of crisis.
The Map of Repairs is an innovative online tool, created to allow taxpayers to monitor the implementation of repair works throughout Ukraine, which are paid for with allocated national budget funds.
RemiHub proves that successful cooperation between research, public and private companies and politics is not only possible, but can be extremely innovative
Urban gardens provide communities with a host of incredible opportunities. They literally offer the grounds to sustainably grow nourishing greenery, as well as contribute to community health as spaces to develop meaningful friendships, educational initiatives and inspiring “food for thought”.
“The Innovation in Politics Awards are an invitation to define together what great politics is all about in the 21st century. As an independent non-partisan European organisation, we believe the time has come to reinvent the way politics works in Spain and all across Europe”, says Leal.
With their circular building project Super Circular Estate, the Dutch city of Kerkrade won the 2020 Innovation in Politics Award in the category Ecology.
With our Innovation in Politics Awards, we recognise courageous political projects which break new ground and deserve international acknowledgement and replication. In order for you to make the most of your application, we have created a guide for submitting your project with ease.
With her project Covid-19 Support for Gdynia’s Entrepreneurs, Katarzyna Gruszecka-Spychała and her team won The Innovation in Politics Award 2020 in the category Economy. We spoke to her two months after the Awards to learn more about her project and how her city has changed in the pandemic.
Welcome to the fifth edition of The Innovation in Politics Awards! We invite politicians from all over Europe to submit their most outstanding political initiatives. A jury of 1,000 citizens will then select the winning projects in nine categories.
2020 challenged us to find solutions for problems we did not know existed. The Innovation in Politics Awards proved that global crises could not curb the innovative spirit of politicians across Europe. We only had to find a way to make it visible.
1,050 Europeans have joined the 2020 Innovation in Politics Awards jury. Now the evaluation process has begun.
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!
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.
PHOTOS OF OUR AWARDS 2019 EVENTS – THE AFTERNOON CONFERENCE AND THE EVENING GALA The Awards Gala 2019 This year, the Innovation in Politics Awards for the best political projects from all over Europe were […]
4th of December: More than 550 guests celebrated innovative European politics in Berlin Photodocumentation:* Politics, Coffee & Cake Conference click here.Gala and Award show please click here This year, the Innovation in Politics Awards for […]
A CELEBRATION OF COURAGEOUS AND CREATIVE POLITICAL WORK IN EUROPE Since 2017 The Innovation in Politics Awards Gala brings together finalists and winners with leading representatives of politics, business, society, media, and the arts from […]
Dear friends and supporters, We are glad to announce the 80 finalists in 8 categories for the Innovation in Politics Awards 2019- chosen by the jury of 1,067 citizens from all over Europe. The […]