Results

I. International events

1. EUCROWD international conference: How can citizen’s crowdsourcing foster democracy in Europe?, Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 26 October 2016.

2. EUCROWD international workshop and meetup: Taking control of politics: can digital democracy help?, Newspeak House, London, United Kingdom, 9 February 2017.

3. EUCROWD international conference: Crowdsourcing a new European democracy: How can we use e-participation to bridge the gap between people and politics?, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 15 March 2017.

4. EUCROWD international conference: Let’s Crowdsource the Future of Europe!, Athens, Greece, 9 May 2017.

5. EUCROWD French conference: Co-construire la politique avec les citoyens pour améliorer la démocratie en Europe, Paris, France, 20 June 2017.

6. EUCROWD international seminar: Open Democracy in Practice: Crowdsourcing, Helsinki, Finland, 11 October 2017.

7. EUCROWD international event: From Crowd to Action – the future of digitalised democracy in Europe?, Riga, Latvia, 23 November 2017.


II. Reports

1. London EUCROWD workshop and meetup report: “Taking control of politics: can digital democracy help?”, March 2017.

2. Ljubljana EUCROWD conference report: “How can citizen’s crowdsourcing foster democracy in Europe?”, April 2017.

3. Athens EUCROWD conference report: “Let’s Crowdsource the Future of Europe!” (pdf), June 2017.

4. Amsterdam EUCROWD conference report: “Crowdsourcing a new European democracy: How can we use e-participation to bridge the gap between people and politics?” (pdf), July 2017.

5. Paris EUCROWD conference report: “How can citizen’s crowdsourcing foster democracy in Europe?” (pdf), September 2017.


III. Youth oriented national / local activities

1. EUCROWD presentation: “Crowdsourcing as a mean of enhancing democratic engagement in the EU”, Faculty of Social Sciences, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 6. December 2016.

2. EUCROWD workshop: “Citizens crowdsourcing at local level”, Youth Centre of Koper, Slovenia, 29. March 2017.