Social Innovation in Digital Democracy Era: Towards Synergies between Citizens and Governments

The examples of Digital Democracy Social Innovations may take the form of joint projects which involve CSOs or other non-governmental groups and representatives of governments, as well as developing services and tools independently from public institutions. The latter are very important as they often fill the niche left by non-responsive governments bringing citizens alternative ways to control public institution and participate in public life.

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Author (individual) Krzysztof Izdebski & Aleksandra Kamińska
Publisher TransparanCEE
Pagination 23
Keywords Model of collaboration,Modern democracy,Origins of collaboration,Digital Social Innovations,TransparenCEE,Synergy
Date uploaded August 10, 2020, 16:48 (UTC)
Date modified August 12, 2020, 02:20 (UTC)