A cross-sectoral, interdisciplinary programme helps a city achieve sustainability goals, thanks to activities ranging from small community projects to large participation innovations.
Participation, Transparency, Self-Determination
A school without classrooms empowers Milanese citizens to participate in city planning and go from designing to realising neighbourhood projects.
The City of Molières manages its municipal activities in a participatory manner structurally involving all residents in local decision-making.
Residents can bring their ideas to the municipal agenda to vote on its implementation and use of budget, and thus influence political and administrative decisions in the locality.
Participative public consultations and citizen engagement help a young and diverse town deliver nearly a hundred action items, to rejuvenate the town centre, improve public areas, and enhance residents’ lives.
A digital tool monitors the funds allocated from the national budget for local repairs, across all of Ukraine.
Helvetia, the female national personification of Switzerland, campaigns for women to enter politics, run for office, and improve democracy.
A new permanent procedure engages randomly selected citizens in policy-making alongside parliamentarians, to democratise reforms and increase public support for decisions.
A platform connects people to crowdsource actionable data on corruption, offers training and educational activities, and helps find solutions and close legislative gaps.
The Citizens’ Assembly of Łódź finds democratic solutions for the city both on- and offline through a two-part system based on education and deliberation, and the support of experts and neutral facilitators.