It is widely agreed that digitalisation efforts should be on top of decision-makers’ agendas. To act as trusted political leaders in a democracy in the digital age, politicians and political staff at all levels need to be open to technology and to adapt to new developments.
Five weeks ago, we launched our “Coping with the Crisis platform”. It has grown quickly and is expanding every day. So far, our community has identified more than 250 examples of best practice in Europe which have successfully tackled the secondary effects of the coronavirus crisis. We would like to share four policy insights we have gained over the last few weeks.
What are the most pressing challenges of governments in the second half of 2020?
In a blog article about our “Coping with the Crisis platform”, we share four policy insights which we have gained in the last few weeks.
This time, we would like to share four lessons we have learned with a focus on innovation in our political system.
Examples from bright spots in political leadership on the coronavirus.