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Online petition platforms symbolize many of the pros and cons of digital organizing: they can be used to amass huge amounts of support around an issue, but have been criticized as a tactic when groups use them to collect email addresses, rather than deliver change. Some online petitions are never delivered, and congressional staff are skeptical of the tactic. The value of ‘between-election’ political participation: Do parliamentary e-petitions matter to political elites? Felicity Matthews, 2021

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38degrees

Start a petition with one of the UK's largest campaign organisations. People power change

Rahvaalgatus.ee

Estonian citizen initiative website where proposals with a threshold of signatures get sent to government

Parti Campaigns

Korean online petition platform for citizen-driven campaigns

NGP VAN

Trusted by campaigns of every size, NGP VAN's award-winning websites and industry-leading organizing, fundraising, compliance, and digital tools have elected thousands of Democrats to local, state, and federal office. Nearly every Democrat running for office is powered by NGP VAN. 

Amandla Mobi

Amandla.mobi is a platform that aims to "turn every cellphone in South Africa into a democracy tool" by using Whatsapp, SMS, USSD, Web and social networking to run multi-issue and multilingual campaigns so that people can connect and call for accountability on various matters. With Amandla.mobi citizens can receive campaigns on several issues in their preferred languages and take action such as signing the campaign so that Amandla.com can reach it's signature target and therefore request action and accountability from corporations and the government. Amandla.mobi is currently used by 611494 people.

MoveOn Petitions

Sign people-powered petitions from across the country, start your own, and view past petition victories.

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