- Face-to-Face, Online, or Both?
- Open to All or Limited to Some?
- Open to All
- Number of Participants
- Medium size groups
- There is no limit to the number of people who can participate
- Scope of Implementation
SPILNO is a digital participation platform is opened for public online decision that combines wide communication opportunities of social networks with potential of e-democracy tools and built on principles of openness and transparency.
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Problems and Purpose
SPILNO was created to unite active citizens, local authorities, and socially responsible businesses to work on policy of social importance. As well, the platform was developed to provide a foundation for the implementation of a wide range of online democracy tools and channels of communication to build trust and respect between citizens and government institutions.
Origins and Development
SPILNO was created by a for-profit business in Kyiv, Ukraine. The platform is available in both Ukrainian and English to increase its adoption by cities, governments, and civil organizations at home and abroad. The platform is free to use, but will require the purchase of a monthly license for use by local governments.
Participant Recruitment and Selection
How it Works: Process, Interaction, and Decision-Making
The platform facilitates a bilateral dialogue between the municipal government of the city and its inhabitants. Citizens publish ideas, take part in competitions, public consultations, debates, implement joint projects in a convenient and accessible form.
The municipal authorities of the city consult with their citizens by conducting online debates, public consultations, polls or holding a contest of creative solutions for the existing problem. The platform helps cities turn to the collective intelligence of citizens. Understand, hear citizens. Become more sensitive to the needs of the public.
SPILNO helps local governments become more citizen-oriented.
Influence, Outcomes, and Effects
Analysis and Lessons Learned
Information and Communication Technology
Ukrainian version: https://spilno.org
English version: https://civicspace.info