As the Confederation turns 150, Connected Canada will examine what it means to be a digital citizen in Canada today. Together, participants will draft a public research agenda for digital citizenship that will set the foundation for strong institutions and good policy. Join us October 13-14, 2017 in Ottawa as we consider the impacts of the Internet on Canadian institutions, policies, and people.
The European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) is the international federation of benchmarked Living Labs in Europe and worldwide. Founded in November 2006 under the auspices of the Finnish European Presidency, the network has grown in ‘waves’ up to this day.
A Distributed Network of Institutions for Peer to Peer Public Deliberation
Fundación Avina is a Latin American foundation created in 1994 and focused on producing the large-scale changes necessary for sustainable development by fostering collaborative processes among leaders from different sectors, thereby contributing toward the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
g0v is a decentralized civic tech community from Taiwan, advocating transparency of information, building tech solutions for citizens to participate in public affairs from grass-roots. g0v’s biennial summits started in 2014, featuring open government, open source collaboration and civic participation.
Hack Cleveland, also known as HackCLE, is a group of community leaders who are leveraging technology to unify Clevelanders and those responsible for their public safety. HackCLE recognizes that Cleveland is at a crossroads; symbols of a renaissance are abundant, but the awakening must equally affect everyone to signal true progress.
Our objective is to promote and advance sustainable democracy and to improve and consolidate electoral processes world-wide.
The Program on Liberation Technology seeks to understand how information technology can be used to defend human rights, improve governance, empower the poor, promote economic development, and pursue a variety of other social goods.