We present exemplary political work from all over Europe to you – submitted to the Innovation in Politics Awards and from other sources. (English only)
(FINALIST 2018) Digitising identification: a system developed in Switzerland to create digital identities for citizens.
(FINALIST 2018) A space to be heard: workshops that enable citizens to voice complaints, and ask questions about action taken in the national assembly.
(FINALIST 2018) Mobilising civil society: a civil forum in the town of Dobrich to create and develop projects to benefit the town.
(FINALIST 2018) Giving a voice to young people: organised weekly meetings in Pazardzhik, Bulgaria to allow young people to discuss and bring ideas to the local municipality.
(FINALIST 2018) Upcycling furniture: a programme that aims to reduce the amount of furniture in landfills by giving it to people in need.
(FINALIST 2018) Citizen involvement: a city that allocated part of the budget to citizens‘ proposals and ideas.
(FINALIST 2018) Mobilising a neighbourhood: an initiative to better engage rural communties by having schools serve as the centre of the community.
(FINALIST 2018) Better social services: a system that allows residents to assist in the development of better services for citizens.
(FINALIST 2018) Sharing knowledge: a programme that connects the Lithuanian diaspora around the world, to share their ideas and skills with their home country.
(FINALIST 2018) Digital participation: an online tool developed to connect public administration and other groups, providing a toolbox for participation.
(FINALIST 2018) Growing together: a community garden in Ireland that aims to be inclusive for all people.
(FINALIST 2018) Giving citizens a say: citizens voting to allocate a portion of council’s budget for projects designed and submitted by citizens.