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  • Formally opened in 2009, Mongolia's Citizens' Hall is designed to encourage civil participation in the legislation and decision-making process by engaging citizens in a consultation procedure open to any one of Mongolia’s 2.7 million citizens.
  • The Citizens’ Initiative Review is a proven way of publicly evaluating ballot measures so that voters have clear, useful, and trustworthy information at election time. During the Citizens’ Initiative Review, a panel of randomly-selected and demographically-balanced voters is brought together from across the state to fairly evaluate a ballot measure...
  • Problems and Purpose It’s long been recognized that poorer and otherwise marginalized constituencies lack access to municipal services, and that their populations have lower electoral turnout rates. In response to this long-standing social issue, the Boston City Hall created “City Hall To Go," an initiative seeks to provide mayoral services...
  • Legislative e-Democracia is driven by a belief that the lawmaking process can benefit from the convergence of political representation and citizen participation, in a virtuous cycle where one model strengthens the other. People in contemporary societies have very diverse interests, experiences, expertise and values. The great challenge in making social...
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    The project began with a public campaign called "Visible Candidates" which provided information about the profiles and curricula vitae of the candidates before the 1998 congressional elections. More than a decade after its creation it evolved into a watchdog of all activities related to the Colombian Congress. Its work is...
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