Monthly Archives: May 2014

27 05, 2014

Consult Australia: Guide to Procuring Engagement Services

By | May 27th, 2014|Radar, Research, ROI|0 Comments

Consult Australia is an Australian industry association. From their about page (emphasis mine): Consult Australia is the leading not-for-profit association that represents the business interests of consulting firms operating in the built and natural environment. We do this at a commercial, community, industry, and government level through collaboration, education, support and advocacy. Consult Australia member firms’ services [...]

19 05, 2014

Creating Community Solutions: Zilino Cross-Campus Online Dialogue

By | May 19th, 2014|Zilino|0 Comments

Quick service announcement: Zilino Cross-Campus Dialogue on Mental Health from Intellitics, Inc. This has been in the making since last fall. We are currently exploring a number of other potential online dialogues on the same topic with organizations in the public and non-profit sector. Stay tuned! To register for this dialogue, head on over to [...]

12 05, 2014

Europe Commons Relaunches as Civic Exchange

By | May 12th, 2014|E-participation, Europe, ParticipateDB, Radar|0 Comments

Last July, UK-based Nesta launched Europe Commons as part of their Code for Europe activities, a site aimed at becoming "[t]he best place to find civic tech apps and services for better cities across Europe (the domain now redirects, see snapshot on From the blog announcement: Europe Commons is a new marketplace for [...]

7 05, 2014

CAPS 2014: July 1-2, 2014 in Brussels, Belgium

By | May 7th, 2014|Uncategorized|2 Comments

Interesting two-day conference coming up in July in Brussels, Belgium on Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation (CAPS). From their website: Why CAPS are so important? CAPS can be described as non-commercial, open Internet platforms, connecting citizens to each other (and to the “Internet of Things” whenever necessary) and providing them with a [...]

1 05, 2014

Top Posts April 2014

By | May 1st, 2014|About|1 Comment

Yet once again, our monthly look back at the most popular recent posts (from the three-month period February through April 2014): What Is a Civic Startup? World Bank Consultation: “Developing a Strategy for Mainstreaming Citizen Engagement” GovLab: Seeking New Ways to Solve Public Problems Using Technology And our most popular legacy posts: What Is Public [...]