Digital Initiatives

The main challenge of fostering the involvement of the communities for better statistics beyond GDP will be supported by the use of Web 2.0 tools. The engagement of citizens and stakeholders will be implemented through the following activities:

Webinar on well-being & societal progress initiatives in Europe
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To view online discussion: click here!
April 2014
Webinar to promote and disseminate the most incisive contents and methods implemented by civil society for societal innovation in the field of collecting statistics on well-being
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To view online videos and presentations: click here!
June 2014
Webinar on making data more accessible for society at large
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To view online discussion: click here!
June 2014
Set up of a European Wikiprogress University Programme
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November 2014
Set up of an interactive crowd-sourced map of initiatives in Europe and in the World
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To view deliverable report: click here!
December 2014
a) Citizen campaign and youth section on the Wikiprogress platform
To view Youth Portal: click here!
To view deliverable report: click here!

b) Data visualisation competition on the Wikiprogress platform
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December 2014




Spring/Summer 2015

 

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