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Digital conversation hubs for conversations of civic import. They are often designed to facilitate constructive dialogues, but sometimes fail by attempting to creating new destinations rather than embrace existing community hubs.

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Local Circles

LocalCircles takes Social Media to the next level and makes it about communities, governance and urban daily life.It enables citizens to come together in communities or groups to raise issues, find trusted information, participate in policy and engage in constructive collective action.

Citizens' Voice

Citizens’ Voice platforms is used to develop evidence on youth needs, aspirations and behaviour which is shared with media, partners and changemakers.

Slido

Slido is an audience interaction tool for meetings, events and conferences. It offers interactive Q&A, live polls and insights about your audience.

Networked Neighborhoods

Networked Neighbourhoods is a consultancy combining the expertise of experienced practitioners in social media, communications and community development.

Lexcare

Lexcare is an online forum where people can post legal questions and recieve advice. Users can also find lawyers andconsult them for a fee.

Nextdoor

Nextdoor is the free private social network for your neighborhood community.

Worldie – Social Media for Good

Worldie‘s mission is to create safety, equality, humanitarianism, positive social impact, and all-in-one integration to improve lives with technology, helpful social media systems, social projects, public safety, crowdsourced help, and a network of partners.

Pol.is

Polis is a real-time system for gathering, analyzing and understanding what large groups of people think in their own words, enabled by advanced statistics and machine learning.

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