Citizens crowdsourcing presentation for students at the University of Ljubljana

Preliminary conclusions from the European Citizen Action Service ongoing study of citizens crowdsourcing for enhancing democratic engagement in the European Union were presented to the students at the Faculty of social sciences at the University of Ljubljana as a follow up to the international EUCROWD conference.

Presentation focused on current challenges of democratic participation in the EU, citizens crowdsourcing cases and preliminary considerations on how crowdsourcing as e-participation method could foster a democratic debate on the future of the European Union.

Access the presentation in pdf format here.