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Second wave: European eParticipation deliverables are now available!

24. February 2009 – 13:43 by Danish Technological Institute

Moving a step closer to making the final recommendations for EU level actions the European eParticipation Study’s has just published its second wave of deliverables. The documents are available on www.european-eparticipation.eu (Publication/Public Deliverables section).

The second wave of project deliverables consists of the following eight documents:

• Major factors shaping the development of eParticipation (D1.1b)

• Key actors in the EU in the field of eParticipation (D1.2b)

• Main benefits of the eParticipation developments in the EU (D1.3b)

• Mapping the state of play in eParticipation in the EU (D1.4b)

• Second post-workshop report (D3.2b)

• Framework for eParticipation good practice (D4.1b)

• eParticipation good practice cases (D4.2b)

• eParticipation recommendations second and third version (D5.1c)

The third and final wave is anticipated in May/June 2009 and will take into account comments by the European Commission, the project’s peer review group as well as further work conducted by the consortium partners in the intervening period.

Practicing what it is preaching, the European eParticipation Study, together with PEP-NET, will make use of the eParticipation issues unearth during the project in a joint online consultation 2-13 March 2009 (further information to follow).

Morten Meyerhoff Nielsen, Danish Technological Institute

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  1. One Response to “Second wave: European eParticipation deliverables are now available!”

  2. By Robert on Mar 12, 2009


    I think, the EU does not give its citizens a voice. The Europe needs Initiative association recognizes this as a threat to the Union’s future. “We Change Europe” are convinced that it is time to take initiative and to invigorate the concept of a European Citizens’ Democracy.

    “We Change Europe” wants to offer the opportunity of getting involved into the process of political decisions made in the EU. Therefore they created an E-Voting tool and the possibility to promote political aims in form of paneuropean initiatives.

    The Europeans are enlarging their Union.
    The Europeans elect their President.

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