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Contacts

Office adress: Dunajska cesta 104, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Contributing to development of democracy with socially innovative use of Internet. www.inepa.eu

Telephone number: +386 41 365 529 E-mail: info@inepa.si Web: www.inepa.eu Facebook: facebook.com/zavod.inepa Twitter: twitter.com/Institut_INePA

INePA is listed among key actors in eParticipation developments in Europe (the European eParticipation Study).

Institute for Electronic Participation - INePA Official adress: Povšetova ulica 37, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia


About

Our activities

Institute for Electronic Participation (INePA) is an independent, not for profit, non-governmental organisation professionally oriented on eDemocracy, eParticipation, eGovernance and eInvolvement. Organization’s mission is to contribute to development of democracy with socially innovative use of Internet by citizens, civil society, institutions and decision-makers.

Digital democracy:

Electronic participation:

consultation

participatory design

analyses and studies

community building

lectures

on-line facilitation

advocacy

stakeholders involvement

networks

results delivery

Fields of work

education

decisions shaping

project partnerships

promotion and dissemination

Grass-roots digital democracy: political informatics, internet activism, on-line deliberation, open government, participatory democracy, on-line citizens sourcing and collaboration, web 2.0 social media. Democratic challenges of digital society: digital inequality, internet control, technocratic e-government and commodification of internet. Legal status: Private institute - non-profit nongovernmental organisation Research department: Centre for Electronic Democracy, Dunajska 104, 1000 Ljubljana Activity code: M72.200 Research and experimental development on social sciences and humanities Year of establishment: 2007

Key Projects Since 2007 we have implemented 20 projects with our partners on European level (FP7 ICT-PSP, EU eParticipation Preparatory Action, Europe for Citizens), national and local level with more than 5000 active users, individuals and organizations.

Membership Pan European eParticipation Network (PEP-NET)

Central and Eastern Europe Citizens Network (CEE CN)

Centre for eGovernance Development for South East Europe (CeGD) Centre for Information Service, Co-operation and Development of NGOs in Slovenia (CNVOS)

Our advantage is providing political science expertise and pilot partner capacities for on-line collective engagement, user-generated content and citizen’s driven involvement in policy-making.

Recognitions ePractice Editor’s Choice recognition 2011: Puzzled by Policy – Helping you be part of the EU European eParticipation Study 2009: Listed among key actors in eParticipation developments in Europe ePractice Editor’s Choice recognition 2007: On-line Citizen’s Forum European Debates.

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