L’organisation internationale People Powered propose des formations, conférences et événements d’apprentissage sur la démocratie participative dans le monde entier. C’est dans le but de mettre en place une plateforme numérique de participation et de gouvernance soutenant l’engagement des membres de l’organisation que People Powered s’est associé à OSP. Pour l’année 2021, et s’engageant à verser 200 000 $ pour financer les projets proposés, il a été décidé de les mobiliser par le biais d’un processus participatif de planification et de budgétisation afin de décider des priorités de dépenses et des politiques organisationnelles. Un projet à réitérer en 2022!
People Powered engages its members in making key decisions through a participatory planning and budgeting process. We partnered with OSP to implement a digital participation and governance platform to support this member engagement. OSP’s guidance and support were essential to our success. They are very knowledgeable, have a lot of experience, and were able to troubleshoot diverse issues that came up during the process.
This platform was put online by Open Source Politics for #APTICas part of the development of a charter by three types of actors. This platform allows users to express their opinion on values, areas for improvement and finding a common vision for #APTIC
#APTIC is a pass that brings citizens closer to digital world. Designed on the model of restaurant vouchers, it allows users to pay for digital mediation services, either the total or partially. The participatory project set up with the help of OSP is a platform for co-construction of a project reserved for the three types of #APTIC actors: the sponsors, the Apticulturists (mediators, coaches, assistants) and the Aptivists (regional actors).
Keys to success
The platform allows actors to interact in their own dedicated spaces.
The platform provides the old charter and explanatory documents that renders the participatory process simpler and more accessible to everyone
The consultation areas are private, and interactions are only visible to the participating members.
TheNational Resource Centre for Rare Disabilitieshas a wealth of expertise acquired over the past 20 years. It feeds onmeetings and training givenwithin the internal or external structures of the Gapas. It is in this context that the CNRHR has created a collaborative platform in order to share this expertise withits network of partners. Itsgoalis that all members are active contributors to this platform.
Itsambitions:1. exchangeon themes through different tools
2. shareThe system can be used to store and safeguard resources.
3. federateparticipants in a community of practice
4. builda set of new tools
Keys to success
Spaces for meeting and sharing
A space to collect documents and resources from the centre
The platform allows for a better organization of the work by the organization around its "network".