The Laboratory experiments with modern ideas of collaboration and finds fresh impulses for the Swiss political system, which is based on voluntary participation.
Citizens, collaborating on grassroots projects on a digital platform, strive to improve their community life.
A platform allows citizens to engage in a constructive dialogue with Tundzha Municipality and find agreements about regional projects.
A civil forum in the town of Dobrich mobilises the local society and professionals with a connection to the city, to create and develop beneficial projects.
Monthly workshops enable citizens to voice complaints, democratically engage, and ask questions about action items taken in the National Assembly.
A system developed in Switzerland creates trustworthy government communication channels and digital identities for citizens.
The citizens of Ludwigshafen re-imagine urban space and discuss their ideas about how to redevelop the location of a former highway.
A sustainable food system in the Brussels Capital Region encourages the growing of local foods and promotes the reduction of food waste by involving a variety of stakeholders.
This EU initiative allows young people to volunteer in different community service projects around Europe and supports them in the process.
Am online platform encourages civic and political engagement of children and adolescents in the Canton, and recognises them as citizens.
The creativity of Irish citizens is supported and promoted through a programme dedicated to its integration into public policy.
Young people apply to become active citizens and help support, maintain, and create their city’s heritage.
Young participants are invited to solve cultural challenges in their home city with the support of mentors and professionals.
One community fridge saves 90,000 food items per year from being wasted whilst providing a unique opportunity for social connections to form.
Neighbourhood ambassadors and randomly selected citizens work with politicians to build trust between people and politics, connecting participatory and representative sides of democracy.
Citizens are randomly selected to represent society and discuss relevant issues to reduce alienation from politics and increase active participation in local democracy.
A culture of responsibility around climate change is created in a small town through local, climate-friendly actions.