The CODIS project has opened up and highlighted key challenges in democratic decision-making, public consultation and the relationship between civil society and the state in the field of digital transformation policy in Slovenia. Project summary highlights significant activities and achievements, main outcomes and impact as well the follow-up of the project.
Open letter to the EU Commission on involving civil society in the preparation of the National strategic roadmap for Digital Decade in Slovenia
The Institute for Electronic Participation, a non-governmental organisation with public interest status in the field of information society development, has sent an open letter to the European Commission highlighting the lack of respect for the principles of public participation in the process of adopting the National strategic roadmap for the Digital Decade. Also, none of
Institute for Electronic Participation participated in a Code of Conduct consultation on Information Integrity on Digital Platforms. Our director, Simon Delakorda, contributed to the consultation topic addressing digital platforms user empowerment. He highlighted the alarming trend of declining of the on-line public sphere as a result of business models of digital platforms. Digital platforms are
The hybrid conference shared experiences and discussed practical aspects of using crowdsourcing method for citizen’s e-participation in policy-making for better air quality in Europe. Experts, activists and policy-makers in the field of on-line engagement and environmental policies came together to highlight current challenges and presented innovative approaches in co-creating European and national air quality policies
European consortium of 5 organizations, including the Institute for Electronic Participation, has collected practice examples of digital tools that strengthen youth participation in decision-making processes at the local level. These tools and practices were gathered with a particular focus on Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Slovenia, and are meant to serve as a resource for youth