The comprehensive list of results of the EUCROWD project is available here.
We would like to cordially thank to all 437 participants from 22 EU members states and 14 non-EU members states (including 185 young people) for taking their time to directly participate in the project and for contributing their expectations, opinions and ideas on using crowdsourcing in debating the future of Europe.
EUCROWD consortium partners gathered primary and secondary sources on citizens crowdsourcing using desk research method. A collection of 100+ resources on crowdsourcing as an e-participation method and as a means of fostering European citizenship and improving conditions for democratic engagement at the EU level is available to public for free as a part of the open access on-line repository. The Knowledge centre on Crowdsourcing includes articles, case studies, evaluations, papers, presentations, and toolkits.
The second EUCROWD public event took place in London on 9 February 2017. The international workshop and meetup “Taking control of politics: can digital democracy help?” brought together 35 citizens from 15 different countries. Event focused on discussing social, political and technical aspects of citizens crowdsourcing in policy-making in different European countries and at the EU level.