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eParticipation Monitor and Benchmark instrument for Europe eParticipation Preparatory Action Proposal idea. Brussels, 29 June 2007 Hugo Kerschot, Managing Partner Indigov (Belgium) Daniel van Lerberghe, Politech Institute (Belgium). Indigov bvba Hugo Kerschot Managing Partner

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eParticipation Monitor and Benchmark instrument for Europe

eParticipation Preparatory Action

Proposal idea

Brussels, 29 June 2007Hugo Kerschot, Managing Partner Indigov (Belgium)

Daniel van Lerberghe, Politech Institute (Belgium)


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Indigov bvba

Hugo Kerschot

Managing Partner

Karel van Lotharingenstraat 4

3000 Leuven BELGIUM

+32 496 57 43 60

+32 16 22 62 14

[email protected]

www.indigov.be

POLITECH Institute

European Center of Political Technologies (AISBL)

Daniel van Lerberghe

President & Executive Director

67 Rue Saint Bernard Brussels 1060, BELGIUM

+32-472-808225

+32-2-5373306

[email protected]

www.politech-institute.org

Who are we?


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Why this idea?Start of a “Preparatory” Action….

  • Think of measuring results

  • What’s the starting point?

  • How to conduct in the good direction?

    • Need for a monitor, a dashboard

    • Determine the best practices

      A trial project to test an ICT-based tool to monitoring the decision-making process of eParticipation: a meta-project


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What to measure?

  • Participation

  • ICT

  • eParticipation


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Cyber Citizen

19%

Passive Citizen

39%

Pragmatic Citizen

42%

What to benchmark?

  • The different levels of Participation, ICT adoption and eParticipation in the different member states?

  • Not to see who’s best but to see the differences and the difference in approach…


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How we measure?

  • Online survey citizens and politicians

  • Landscaping and qualitative approach of social middle-field organizations


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Research questions

  • What is the general view of representative and participative democracy in the member states?

  • Is there a need for participation? What are the current levels of participation in policy and what levels would people like to have?

  • To what extent can ICT drive e-democratic processes? What are the possibilities, restrictions and net effects?

  • …….


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Work packages:

  • landscaping the decision-making level in all/or a number of European member states

  • harvesting e-mail addresses of politicians

  • define a survey questionnaire

  • online fieldwork

  • Quantitative actions for the societal midfields organisation (in formula of focus groups etc..)

  • analysing results

  • define a monitoring en benchmarking tool for Europe

  • disseminating the concept


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Consortium

  • Coördinators:

    • Indigov: eGov monitoring experience and spin-off of the University of Leuven

      • Developed an eParticipation instrument for the Flemish Parliament

    • Politech Institute: European Center of Political Technologies (AISBL)

  • Technical partners:

    • iVOX: online field facilitator

  • Domain specialists:

    • ICELE (UK)

    • Access2Democracy (Greece)

  • EU-networks:

    • EIPA, ERISA, Council of European Municipalities and Regions

  • Academical partners:

    • Montford University (UK), Vestfold University College (Norway)

  • Member states contact points: Danish Institute of Technology, ITEMS (France)…..ambition is to have a maximum of member states involved!


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