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You have an idea for a new app or platform which can enable better communication and cooperation of citizens in addressing the problems of their communities?
You think that digital democracy can support higher inclusion of citizens in policy-making?
If your answers to these questions are positive, we invite you to share your idea about innovative digital solution which would strengthen citizen activism and improve the communication between citizens and decision-makers.
We will select maximum 5 best ideas, while a grant award in the amount of 2,000 Euros will be awarded to the winner with the aim of developing the awarded e-tool solution.
All the information about the Contest and the submission of applications could be found at this link. We also invite you to read Rules and Regulations which have more details about the eligibility of participants, content of the application, selection process and personal data protection.
Deadline for submission of applications is June 15, 2019.
We are waiting for your ideas!
Belgrade Open School is organizing the Contest together with partnering organizations from Croatia (Gong), Montenegro (Institute Alternative), Slovenia (PiNA) and Spain (Access Info Europe) within the Project „YOU4EU – Citizen Participation 2.0“. The Project lasts from September 2018 until February 2020 with the support of the European Union within the Europe for Citizens Programme.
We invite you to check the infographics in the gallery, which have been taken from the publication Digital Democracy. The tools transforming political engagement. Julie Simon, Theo Bass, Victoria Boelman, Geof Mulgan. Nesta. February 2017.