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First wave of eParticipation Study deliverables available online

1. July 2008 – 15:37 by Danish Technological Institute

As you may already be aware the European Commission (DG Information Society and Media) funded eParticipation Study – titled “Study and supply of services on the development of eParticipation in the EU” – is currently underway and in this connection the first wave of deliverable has now been prepared and submitted to the EC and a group of external peer reviewer (see www.european-eparticipation.eu for further details).  

Deliverables include:

  • Major factors shaping the development of eParticipation (D1.1a)
  • Key actors in the EU in the field of eParticipation (D1.2a)
  • Main benefits of the eParticipation developments in the EU (D1.3a)
  • Mapping the state of play in eParticipation in the EU (D1.4a)
  • First post-workshop report (D3.1b)
  • Framework for eParticipation good practice (D4.1a)
  • First newsletter (D6.3a)

 In addition the following deliverables will be available end of July:

  • eParticipation good practice cases (D4.2a)
  • eParticipation recommendations (D5.1a)

This first wave of deliverables will be updated for the next deliverables wave expected in October/November 2008. The second version of each deliverable will take into account comments by the European Commission and the project’s peer review group as well as further work conducted by the Consortium Partners in the intervening period.

You may view all deliverables in the publications/public deliverables section on www.european-eparticipation.eu or directly on

Please note that we are continuously looking for people with involvement or experience in eParticipation at the European level who will be able to guide use to relevant eParticipation initiatives, projects, events, etc. We are especially interested in examples at the European level, that may be considered as good practice, or from which lessons can be learned.

If you have not already done so, you may wish to register for the eParticipation and eDemocracy Network on https://www.epractice.eu/community/eParticipation.

Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen, Business and Policy Analysis, Danish Technological Institute

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