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General Issues
Governance & Political Institutions
Specific Topics
Public Participation
Government Transparency
Location
Brazil
Scope of Influence
National
Files
Nesta Digital Democracy Case Studies
Links
e-Democracia Official Online Platform
Start Date
Ongoing
Yes
Time Limited or Repeated?
Repeated over time
Purpose/Goal
Make, influence, or challenge decisions of government and public bodies
Develop the civic capacities of individuals, communities, and/or civil society organizations
Approach
Citizenship building
Consultation
Research
Spectrum of Public Participation
Consult
Open to All or Limited to Some?
Open to All
General Types of Methods
Collaborative approaches
Evaluation, oversight, and social auditing
General Types of Tools/Techniques
Collect, analyse and/or solicit feedback
Inform, educate and/or raise awareness
Legislation, policy, or frameworks
Specific Methods, Tools & Techniques
Online Consultations
Voter Information Services
Information and Communications Technologies (ICT)
e-Democracia
Legality
Yes
Facilitators
No
Face-to-Face, Online, or Both
Online
Types of Interaction Among Participants
Express Opinions/Preferences Only
Ask & Answer Questions
Listen/Watch as Spectator
Information & Learning Resources
Written Briefing Materials
Video Presentations
Decision Methods
Opinion Survey
Voting
If Voting
Preferential Voting
Communication of Insights & Outcomes
New Media
Primary Organizer/Manager
Government of Brazil
Type of Organizer/Manager
National Government
Funder
Government of Brazil
Staff
No
Volunteers
No
Evidence of Impact
Yes
Types of Change
Changes in public policy
Changes in civic capacities
Changes in people’s knowledge, attitudes, and behavior
Implementers of Change
Lay Public
Elected Public Officials
Formal Evaluation
Yes
Evaluation Report Links
Digital Democracy: The Tools Transforming Political Engagement

CASE

e-Democracia Online Public Participation at the Federal Level in Brazil

First Submitted By Scott Fletcher, Participedia Team

Most Recent Changes By Scott Fletcher, Participedia Team

General Issues
Governance & Political Institutions
Specific Topics
Public Participation
Government Transparency
Location
Brazil
Scope of Influence
National
Files
Nesta Digital Democracy Case Studies
Links
e-Democracia Official Online Platform
Start Date
Ongoing
Yes
Time Limited or Repeated?
Repeated over time
Purpose/Goal
Make, influence, or challenge decisions of government and public bodies
Develop the civic capacities of individuals, communities, and/or civil society organizations
Approach
Citizenship building
Consultation
Research
Spectrum of Public Participation
Consult
Open to All or Limited to Some?
Open to All
General Types of Methods
Collaborative approaches
Evaluation, oversight, and social auditing
General Types of Tools/Techniques
Collect, analyse and/or solicit feedback
Inform, educate and/or raise awareness
Legislation, policy, or frameworks
Specific Methods, Tools & Techniques
Online Consultations
Voter Information Services
Information and Communications Technologies (ICT)
e-Democracia
Legality
Yes
Facilitators
No
Face-to-Face, Online, or Both
Online
Types of Interaction Among Participants
Express Opinions/Preferences Only
Ask & Answer Questions
Listen/Watch as Spectator
Information & Learning Resources
Written Briefing Materials
Video Presentations
Decision Methods
Opinion Survey
Voting
If Voting
Preferential Voting
Communication of Insights & Outcomes
New Media
Primary Organizer/Manager
Government of Brazil
Type of Organizer/Manager
National Government
Funder
Government of Brazil
Staff
No
Volunteers
No
Evidence of Impact
Yes
Types of Change
Changes in public policy
Changes in civic capacities
Changes in people’s knowledge, attitudes, and behavior
Implementers of Change
Lay Public
Elected Public Officials
Formal Evaluation
Yes
Evaluation Report Links
Digital Democracy: The Tools Transforming Political Engagement

Using the e-Democracia online portal, citizens from across Brazil can access information regarding the legislative process, comment on draft bills, and interact directly with congressional representatives.


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Problems and Purpose

Background History and Context

Organizing, Supporting, and Funding Entities

Participant Recruitment and Selection

Methods and Tools Used

What Went On: Process, Interaction, and Participation

Influence, Outcomes, and Effects

Analysis and Lessons Learned

See Also

References

External Links

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