Gov2u: Using the power of online communities and social networks to create change. Evika Karamagioli Project Manager, Gov2u. Symposium E-democracy: new opportunities for enhancing civic participation 23-24 April 2007 Palais de l'Europe. ICT for an Enhanced Decision Making Culture.
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communities and social networks to create change.
Project Manager, Gov2u
E-democracy: new opportunities for enhancing civic participation
23-24 April 2007
Palais de l'Europe
As a testament to the quality of Gov2u’s services and the timeliness of the Gov2DemOSS platform, we are proud to announce that within only one year since our founding, Gov2u was included by the World eGov Forum and PoliticsOnline in theTop 20 Who Are Changing the World of Internet and Politics
In the one year since the establishment of Gov2u, we have made headways in launching a number of groundbreaking projects, including:
Gov2DemOSS is an open source, generic but customizable, informative and collaborative eParticipation platform.
It provides an efficient channel for institutions and
and most importantly
“look & feel”
Interviews conducted in Greece with users from 2 municipalities as well as public consultations in the city of Amposta clearly show that:
eRepresentative is a two-year, EU co-funded Strategic Targeted Research project (STREP) under Action Line 2.4.13: Strengthening the Integration of the ICT Research Effort in an Enlarged Europe in the Area of eGovernment initiated in February 2006.
The members of the implementing consortium are:
In the first series of interviews with MPs from the assemblies involved in the project, over 70% stated that: