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What does digital social innovation look like in practice?
Here you can find examples of digital social innovation to inform and inspire you. These case studies give a quick overview of different organisations' and projects' work. You can click through to their websites to find out more.
Encouraging innovation in products, technologies and systems that give disabled people equal access to life’s opportunities.
SUNRISE addresses mobility challenges through co-creation at the neighbourhood level in six cities across Europe and the Middle East
The six largest cities in Finland have joined forces to tackle their common urban challenges.
Promoting the transformation of neighbourhoods in more liveable, child friendly and shared spaces
Sustainable and people-oriented transport as a solution to mobility challenges in five European neighbourhoods.
LleialTEC is the pilot of the Technological Sovereignty Plan for Community Centers facilities management.
Improving the accessibility of shops for those who need access to ramps and slides in the city of Milan
Providing orientation-support for newcomers through information, document storage and -sharing
Makers for Inclusion teaches disadvantaged groups in Barcelona digital manufacturing skills.
Non-profit tech startup building scalable, open-source solutions to poaching & illegal logging
Chatterbox trains and employs refugees to teach their native languages to individuals and organisations.
An interactive platform featuring an innovative rehabilitation model for young stroke survivors
GROW helps people understand and improve soil and food growing practices to help adapt to climate change challenges.
iSCAPE aims to improve air quality and reduce carbon emission by integrating control systems in cities.
Flüchtlinge Willkommen is a digital platform that brings flatshares and refugees together.
Programming, digital fabrication and electronics for young makers of paediatric hospital departments.
Barcelona Open Data Challenge encourages the use of data open in schools in the city.
MUV leverages behavioural change in local communities to improve urban mobility
Monitorizare Vot is a mobile app which supports authorised observers and regular citizens to monitor elections.
Technovation invites girls to learn and apply the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology.
Teaching coding skills to create job opportunities and economic empowerment for refugees.
Fab City is a global movement of cities that aims to develop a new urban model based on local production and global connectivity to allow cities to become self-sufficient.
The Jouliette is a blockchain-based energy token which empowers individuals and communities to easily manage and share their locally produced renewable energy.
Citizen Budget is an interactive platform that shows citizens the financial impact of budgetary decisions in real time.
Enabling access to higher education and successful learning for refugees through digital solutions.
Putting individuals in control of whether they keep their personal data private or share it for the public good
Koruza is DIY-friendly wireless optical communication system that offers a cheap and open-source alternative for connectivity in urban environments.
Avaaz is the campaigning community bringing people-powered politics to decision making worldwide
By understanding how governments spend money in our name, we can have a say in how that money will affect our own lives.
Wikiprogress is an open, crowd-sourced database of well-being and sustainability projects from around the world.
A peer-to-peer sharing and renting service for products and goods, which has grown to have over 250,000 users in Europe and the USA.
GitHub is a platform where over 15 million people learn, share and work together to build software.
Provenance aims to change commerce by creating transparent supply chains which connect consumers interested in knowing the origin and story behind products with the people who make them.
The first open, digital house building house building system that democratizes the production of sustainable houses. Lego but in real life. Cities made by and for everyone.
OpenCorporates makes corporate information more accessible, discoverable, and usable.