Maltese government published the draft youth policy for public consultation of its online platform. “Agenzija Zghazagh” involved young people during the consultation process about the draft National Youth Policy through eParticipation.
DIGY is building a network of European eParticipation practitioners – people who are passionate about and want to explore digital ways of youth participation. eParticipation matters even more in current times. The OPIN Community offers a space for exchange on projects, asking questions to like-minded and experienced peers, establishing links to organisations from across Europe […]
COVID-19 has pushed us as a society to make use of digital means more frequently and extensively than ever before. In recent months, we have seen a significant increase in the number of projects on OPIN.
E-participation can help to build back better for all generations applying a youth and intergenerational lens in crisis response and recovery measures across the public administration.
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Due to the current epidemic situation, the Slovenian Association of Friends of Youth has moved the 30th Children’s Parliament to online eParticipation platform OPIN.
Members of the Civic Engagement Club in Georgia actively use the OPIN platform for brainstorming and decision-making in their aspiration towards positive social impact.
OPIN has proved to be the ideal tool to engage and involve young people during the campaign “Climate changes. Truth doesn’t”. Every week young people are encouraged to present their votes and share their comments relevant to local shopping, travelling and food waste.
The wait is over! We are happy to share the DIGY website with you! What does the platform offer so far?
On 9 and 10 October 2019 the project partners kicked off of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Project “Digital Youth Participation Made Easy” (DIGY).