A collaborative approach to policy design brings together politicians and key stakeholders from across the political spectrum, and equips them with the skills and mindset needed for effective collaboration.
Sophia is a digital chatbot that anonymously assists survivors of domestic violence in gathering potential evidence, provides access to resources and support, and continuously evolves to meet the needs of survivors globally.
Volunteers are individually connected with people living within a 15-minute walking distance who need support with everyday tasks, strengthening local solidarity and neighbourly relationships.
Netzwärk is a social startup that empowers people with refugee or migrant backgrounds to develop new professional perspectives for themselves.
The digital democracy platform helps young people in Switzerland to engage in the political debate in a meaningful way.
A housing cooperative in the heart of Zurich, Switzerland, aims to overcome the negative effects of gentrification with participation tools at every level and a deliberately chosen, diverse mix of residents.
The Laboratory experiments with modern ideas of collaboration and finds fresh impulses for the Swiss political system, which is based on voluntary participation.
A system developed in Switzerland creates trustworthy government communication channels and digital identities for citizens.
This network helps refugee students achieve success within higher education institutes through mentoring, coordination, and prepared information.
Am online platform encourages civic and political engagement of children and adolescents in the Canton, and recognises them as citizens.
An algorithm takes the shape of a likeable dog and tackles the global problem of hate speech with a creative, local approach.
Helvetia, the female national personification of Switzerland, campaigns for women to enter politics, run for office, and improve democracy.