The digital democracy platform helps young people in Switzerland to engage in the political debate in a meaningful way.
A budget simulator enables citizens to better understand budgetary constraints in Liverpool after the city shifts from industrialisation to digitalisation.
This initiative wants to create awareness about the safe use of the internet amongst children, young people, and other key stakeholders, including parents and educators, with camps that offer a variety of activities.
A digital tool monitors the funds allocated from the national budget for local repairs, across all of Ukraine.
Finland has become the first country in the world to allow people to electronically authorize another person to make important decisions for them online.
The government provides small- and medium-sized companies with expert guidance and advice on how to take part in the digital transformation, through a cross-sectoral programme of knowledge and technology transfer.
A diverse pool of 28,000 participants came together to collectively “hack” digital challenges related to the Corona crisis resulting in a great variety of solutions, co-created by civil society and public authorities.