Granollers: large number of proposals received thanks to the high level of citizen participation

149 proposals presented within the Participatory Budgets of the municipality.
The city of Granollers is carrying out a participatory process through which citizens will propose and decide what is allocated one million euros from the 2018-2019 municipal budgets (€ 500,000 in each budget year). Last Sunday the Proposal Submission phase ended with a total of 149 ideas to improve the city. Starting this week, a group of municipal technicians will analyze the proposals presented and evaluate their viability. read more

Paraguay creates its Open Government Action Plan with Civiciti

Citizens and institutions will be able to contribute proposals and choose the most interesting ones. Paraguay is one of the countries that are part of the Alliance for Open Government (OGP). Its 2018-2020 Action Plan is divided into 17 thematic working groups. Through the Civiciti platform: citizens can suggest proposals, vote and follow up on the commitments assumed by Paraguay. The 17 commitments presented promote transparency and efficiency in public administration, access to information and improvement of public services through the use of ICTs, read more

Successful participation in the satisfaction surveys carried out from PROCORNELLÀ

The Municipal Company of Social, Urban and Economic Promotion of Cornellà, PROCORNELLÀ, is carrying out advanced surveys using our tool. Endorsed by many years of experience promoting and promoting the business, industrial and commercial fabric of the city, PROCORNELLÀ manages the sports complex Parc Esportiu Llobregat, as well as the Complex Aquàtic i Esportiu Can Mercader, the PELL Toy Library and the PELL Civic Center. In order to know the opinion of the users of these spaces, read more

We opened new offices in Madrid, Sao Paulo, Bogotá and Buenos Aires.

One of our main objectives for 2018 is to continue with the expansion plan in foreign markets. Civiciti has closed a 2017 “key to consolidate us as a participation platform and start a more than ambitious expansion plan with enough success“, according to the company’s CEO, Pablo Sarrias. With near 40 clients in 7 different countries, our solution has been very well received in several Latin American countries. Besides Madrid, we have recently opened offices in Mexico, read more

Civiciti helps you with the new Law of Civic Participation of Andalusia.

Civiciti launches an information campaign to help institutions to develop their participation policies. The Parliament of Andalusia approved the Citizen Participation Law at the end of 2017. This law will come into force 12 months after its publication in the Official Gazette of the Junta de Andalucía, so that the municipalities have a one-year deadline to adapt or establish their Regulations for Citizen Participation. From Civiciti we have launched an information campaign to offer our help to the municipalities that need to promote their Citizen Participation Regulations. read more

Civiciti signs a collaboration agreement with iUrban is a start-up based in Malaga that refurbish and update furniture making it interactive. iUrban emerged from the idea of ​​giving life to obsolete furniture present in the municipalities, such as lampposts or telephone booths. Designs and manufactures personalized and sustainable media with mobile recharge points and interactive displays. They offer the possibility of free charge for mobile devices, while the user gets information about the cultural, tourist, commercial and restoration of the municipality. read more

Civiciti has participated in the II Open Public Innovation Conference (Castellón).

Organized by the Diputación de Castellón and NovaGob.Lab, the event has brought together the heads of different public administrations and innovative professionals in the field of participation. The day was opened by Vicent Sales, vice president of the Diputación de Castellón and deputy of Participation, who presented the Participatory Governance Strategy model of the Provincial Council of Castellón, stressing that “innovation is key to streamline the administration and make it more effective and useful for the citizens”. read more