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Out now: The fifth WeGovNow newsletter

After three years, the WeGovNow project is coming to an end and it is now the time to round up what we have achieved and learned so far. This newsletter reports back on the projects achievement and illustrates the possible future of the WeGovNow platform. Read the full newsletter here.

Past issues of the WeGovNow newsletter can be read in our newsletter...

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Register now: WeGovNow webinar on 1 February

Did you miss our international workshop in Padua last Friday? This week we’ll provide another opportunity to learn from our experiences made and discuss with us the challenges and opportunities digital tools present to public administrations during the WeGovNow webinar on Friday, 1 February 2019 from 11:00-12:00 (CET). The webinar will start with a brief...

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Young people in Southwark level up with WeGovNow

In November, WeGovNow has teamed up with Southwark’s Youth Council offering a stand at their Level Up youth employment event. The event was the culmination of months of hard work from the Youth Council team, all under 20, who recognise the challenges that young people in the borough face in finding training and career opportunities. Hosted at the...

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WeGovNow supports collaborative co-design process of a public park in Turin

In Turin the WeGovNow platform is used for a participatory process whose objective is to collect ideas for co-designing a 500 m­2 space in Dora Park in a constructive dialogue with its citizens. The space in question is the so called Vitali area which is to be developed with help of funds available from a national program concerning suburban development. In...

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Register now: WeGovNow workshop in Padua on January 25

With the WeGovNow project coming to an end after three years, it is now the time to put our heads together and discuss the project’s general bottom-up WeGovernment approach. With a view to not only discuss lessons learned but to stimulate further research or uptakes of the WeGovNow platform, an international exploitation workshop will take place next week in...

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Participate in our survey!

Among its various civic participation functions, the WeGovNow pilot platform utilises an interactive map enabling all users to relate posted content to specific places in the local community where they deem useful. Generally, the quality of such maps can vary and sometimes this may even confine their practical usefulness. For instance, relying on a map that...

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WeGovNow working to improve Southwark’s streets

On November 30, Southwark Highways staff and representatives from the WeGovNow team were out on London streets – meeting residents of Harper Road and finding out their views on proposed street improvements. The Highways team has been working with residents of Harper Road for the past couple of years, looking at ways to improve their street and reduce the...

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Out now: The fourth WeGovNow newsletter

Since the beginning of this year, the WeGovNow citizen engagement platform is now publicly available in our three pilot municipalities Turin, Southwark and San Donà di Piave, proving to be a helpful tool for collaborative processes between citizens and public administration. Almost 10.000 users have already registered to the pilot service, and all three...

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WeGovNow team at annual fair in San Donà di Piave

Just like last year, the WeGovNow team represented by project partner Mapping for Change, attended the annual Le Fiere Del Rosario festival in San Donà Di Piave to support the pilot municipality Comune Di San Donà Di Piave in introducing the WeGovNow platform to a new audience. The annual three-day festival is attended by 300,000 visitors and so presented...

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Turin citizens & public administration co-design public space with help of WeGovNow

Our pilot city Turin utilises the WeGovNow pilot platform for co-developing a former industrial area together with its citizens. The area has already been converted into an urban park, Parco Dora, some years ago. A remaining space within the park, the so called Vitali area, is still to be re-developed. Citizens are collaborating with the public...

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