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This category collects different learning resources about civic tech. You can find from blogs that explain how to enhance the relationship between people and governments to podcasts and films on how humanitarian organizations are responding to crises. The collection also includes books, newsletters, research, catalogs, reports, and information about courses, trainings, and workshops.

The Gov We Need

The Government We Need is a podcast exploring the government of the future and how it can best serve everyone.

Monocole 24: The Urbanist

With an influential audience of city mayors, urban planners and architects, this is Monocle’s guide to making better cities, be it new technology, state-of-the-art subways or compact apartments.

Future Cities Community Solutions Portal

Browse resources, connect with other leaders and see practical examples of smart cities approaches that can help your community thrive.

Citizens and Technology (CAT) Lab

The Citizens and Technology (CAT) Lab at Cornell University works with online communities to study the effects of technology on the public interest

Humanity In Action

It is to analyze what is wrong with democracy and spark conversations about how to fix it.

Citizens' Initiative Review

Citizens' Initiative Review processes bring randomly selected and representative panels of voters together to fairly and thoroughly evaluate ballot measures and give voters information they can trust.

Portugal Participa

Este observatório pretende constituir-se como um centro de recursos para o conhecimento dos processos participativos existentes em Portugal.

Open Tactics

This resource is developed by and for open government influencers - civil servants and civil society representatives seeking to collaboratively make governance processes transparent, participatory and accountable.

Center for an Urban Future

Center for an Urban Future is a catalyst for smart and sustainable policies that reduce inequality, increase economic mobility, and grow the economy in NYC.

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