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Civic Tech responds to the coronavirus crisis

The Association Civic Tech Europe (ACTE) gathers organizations developing civic and citizen-oriented technological solutions.

"Facing the unprecedented health crisis, elections are being postponed and parliaments have been forced to suspend regular work. Measures of confinement, though necessary, are a challenge for democracies: new ways of expression and civic engagements need to be created"  - Julie de Pimodan, President of ACTE

In this context,  ACTE’s members reaffirm their commitments and values:

  • Enable the continuity of European democracies and citizens’ participation
  •  Play our part in helping governments, authorities, and citizens  respond to this crisis, supported by technology
  • Through our tools, to imagine the after-crisis with our users

All the dedicated initiatives and regular tools of our members and partners are listed on this page. Please do not hesitate to contact them or ACTE for further information (contact@acte-europe.org).

Conclusions of the CoFoE and recommendations for more citizen participation in Europe
Oct 4, 2022
Following the CoFoE, what remaining progress needs to be made to ensure that European participatory democracy keeps mobilising citizens on a continuous basis?
Civic tech in West Africa : a new space for citizen and entrepreneurial innovation
Sep 19, 2022
How to strengthen the collaboration between European and African civic tech ecosystems?
Op-ed : In support of a “public debate Web”
Sep 15, 2022
On the occasion of the International Day of Democracy, ACTE's members publish an op-ed to support the creation of a "public debate web", available to all European citizens.