We present exemplary political work from all over Europe to you – submitted to the Innovation in Politics Awards and from other sources. (English only)
(FINALIST 2018) Empowering citizens: allowing citizens to engage in constructive dialogue with the Tundzha municipality.
(WINNER 2018) Digital debates: a system in France designed to encourage citizen participation through online debates.
(WINNER 2018) Transparency in food: an online platform designed to create traceable supply chains from farmers to restaurants.
(FINALIST 2017) Best practice: Tallinn adopts Newcastle’s successful Skill Mill model.
(FINALIST 2017) Energy transition: joint local power generation as a sustainable way forward.
(FINALIST 2017) Local currency: keeping money circulating in one’s own tow.
(FINALIST 2017) Financial exclusion: credit unions offering an alternative to banks and loan sharks.
(FINALIST 2017) Council-owned utility: energy from renewable sources at an affordable price.
(FINALIST 2017) “Speed dating” for non-profits and companies: sounding out opportunities for cooperation.
(FINALIST 2017) Appealing to faraway investors: raising capital for a remote location.
(WINNER 2017) Digital wizard: everything a schoolchild needs to explore the world of bits and bytes.
This is the supermarket where the notion of “eating local” finds its most accomplished form of expression; behind each product offered for sale there is a producer who commits himself and is present in the shop in direct contact with consumers.