EUCROWD project final report and information template

The EUCROWD project consortium is pleased to announce that the final report and information on implemented activities are now available.

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.

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EUCROWD project brochure


The brochure (available here in pdf) highlights the following main results and outputs of the EUCROWD project:

EU citizens’ expectations on crowdsourcing in politics and policy-making with focus on debating the Future of Europe;

Recommended issues and policy-cycle phases that could be crowdsourced at European level in relation to the Future of the EU;

Open access on-line repository of 100+ resources on crowdsourcing as an e-participation method and as a means of fostering European citizenship;

A list of crowdsourcing good cases and platforms that could be used for improving citizens engagement at the EU level;

The brochure also calls to action for individuals and organisations interested in e-participation of citizens in politics and policy with a focus on the application of crowdsourcing in fostering a democratic debate on the future of the European Union.