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Enabling Multichannel PArticipation Through ICT Adaptations

Deliverables

D1.4: Models, Methodologies, Scenarios & Requirements – final

This deliverable reports on the final outcomes of Tasks T1.1 and T1.2. Concerning T1.1, the study of existing and possible participatory activities using ICT will be completed, along with the final definition of the EMPATIA model and approaches for Multi-Channel PB. Concerning T1.2, no significant updates from the M12 report are expected, with the possible exception of minor updates and corrections.

D5.2: Dissemination plans

This deliverable will describe the planned dissemination activities, including prepared dissemination materials and expected publications.

D1.2: Models, Methodologies, Scenarios & Requirements – preliminary

This deliverable reports on the outcomes of Tasks T1.1 and T1.2 up to M12. Concerning T1.1, the study of existing and possible participatory activities using ICT will be presented, along with the first clear definition of the EMPATIA model and approaches for Multi-Channel PB. Concerning T1.2, this deliverable presents the final definition of reference scenarios and requirements, which served as guidelines for the design of the EMPATIA platform architecture.

D2.3: Platform architecture and specification – final

This deliverable reports the final architecture and detailed specification and implementation plans for the final version of the EMPATIA platform prototype.

D3.2: Pilots implementation – final

This final report describes the complete work performed to implement the four Pilots.

D4.2: Evaluation and Pilots impact assessment

Report on the evaluation activities and Pilots assessment.

D5.1: Electronic media and communication materials

This deliverable will present the status of the web site, which will be up and running, as well as of collaboration tools the communication materials available for the EMPATIA consortium.

D1.5: Social, ethics and legal analysis – final

This deliverable is the final version of the social, ethics and legal analysis to the EMPATIA models and methods, and to the pilots’ implementation plans. This report will include the informed consent form and the information sheets signed by all human participants. Additionally, this report will include the final set of guidelines, recommendations, methods and procedures defined by the project and to be adopted in the pilots.

D5.4: Dissemination and exploitation report – final

This report will detail the final dissemination and exploitation activities achieved during EMPATIA, including publications, presentation, dissemination material, workshop reports, among others.

D4.1: Evaluation plans and guidelines

This report will present the evaluation plans for the platform evaluation and preliminary guidelines for the pilots’ assessment.

D2.4: Development and integration of the platform – final

This deliverable reports on the development and integration work performed in the scope of the final EMPATIA platform prototype, which will be released at M22. This prototype will be made publicly available as open source software.

Publications

Participatory Design, beyond the local - Workshop

Author(s): M. Teli, P. Antoniadis, C. Bassetti, S. De Paoli, I. Apostol, G. Allegretti, M. Secchi
Published in: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Communities and Technologies - C&T '17, 2017, Page(s) 325-328, ISBN 9781-450348546
Publisher: ACM Press
DOI: 10.1145/3083671.3083715

Developing Criteria for Evaluating a Multi-channel Digitally Enabled Participatory Budgeting Platform

Author(s): Amizan Omar, Vishanth Weerakkody, Uthayasankar Sivarajah
Published in: 2017, Page(s) 3-11
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-64322-9_1

Games for citizen participation

Author(s): Meloni, Marco; Antunes, Sofia
Published in: International Conference Democracy and Participation in the 21st Century, 2017
Publisher: International Sociological Association (ISA)

Hybrid Participatory Budgeting: The Challenges of a Multi-channel Participation

Author(s): Secchi, Michelangelo
Published in: IPSA 2016, 2016
Publisher: IPSA

Participatory Democracy is a Serious Game

Author(s): Secchi, Michelangelo
Published in: ECPR 2017, 2017
Publisher: ECPR

Enabling multichannel participation through ICT adaptations for participatory budgeting

Author(s): Kamal, Muhammad; Sivarajah, Uthayasankar; Allegretti, Giovanni; Secchi, Michelangelo; Antunes, Sofia
Published in: Twenty-second Americas Conference on Information Systems., 2016
Publisher: Twenty-second Americas Conference on Information Systems.

Urban Participatory Spaces. Participatory Budgeting as a Driver for the Enforcement of the Right to the City

Author(s): Secchi, Michelangelo
Published in: ECPR 2016, 2016
Publisher: ECPR

ICTs and political voice: Lessons from South Africa

Author(s): Copello, Kalinca
Published in: Strategic Narratives of Technology and Africa Conference, 2017
Publisher: Strategic Narratives of Technology and Africa Conference

Enabling Multichannel Participation Through ICT Adaptation

Author(s): Kawaljeet Kaur Kapoor, Amizan Omar, Uthayasankar Sivarajah
Published in: International Journal of Electronic Government Research, 13 10.4018/IJEGR.2017 http://services.igi-global.com/resolvedoi/resolve.aspx?doi=10.4018/IJEGR.2017/2, 2017, Page(s) 66-80, ISSN 1548-3886
Publisher: Idea Group Publishing
DOI: 10.4018/IJEGR.2017040104

Transformar o território promovendo a cidadania: metodologia em evolução nos orçamentos participativos de Lisboa e Cascais

Author(s): Giovanni Allegretti, Nelson Dias, Sofia Antunes
Published in: Boletim Regional, Urbano E Ambiental, Edição Especial Europa, 2016, 2016, 2016, Page(s) 143–76, ISSN 2177-1847
Publisher: IPEA

Los procesos de participación e innovación tecnológica: la búsqueda de nuevas formas de empatía

Author(s): Allegretti, Giovanni
Published in: Localizar los objetivos de desarrollo sostenible: Gobiernos y actores locales y provinciales en la implementacion de la Agenda 2030: Una mirada desde Andalucia, 2017, 2017, Page(s) 72-77, ISBN 978-84-617-9948-0
Publisher: FAMSI

Cuidar das percepções dos participantes para desencadear um círculo virtuoso

Author(s): Allegretti, Giovanni
Published in: Colección Antologías del Pensamiento Social Latinoamericano y Caribeño Serie Miradas Lejanas, 2017, 2017, Page(s) 335-364, ISBN 978-987-722-255-5
Publisher: CLACSO

Participatory budgeting: a methodological approach to address sustainability challenges

Author(s): Allegretti, Giovanni; Hartz-Karp, Janette
Published in: Methods for Sustainability Research, 2017, Page(s) 203-216
Publisher: Edward Elgar

Hybrid Scales of Citizen Engagement: how technological integration can scale-up participatory processes?

Author(s): Giovanni Allegretti, Michelangelo Secchi, Audrey Tang
Published in: “The Geopolitics of Cities: Old Challenges, New Issues”, 2016, 2016, Page(s) 211-242, ISBN 978-85-7811-289-9
Publisher: IPEA

Escalas híbridas de engajamento social: como a integração de tecnologias pode ampliar os processos participativos?

Author(s): Giovanni Allegretti, Michelangelo Secchi, Audrey Tang
Published in: “Geopolítica das cidades: velhos desafios, novos problemas” edited by Renato Balbim, 2016, 2016, Page(s) 213-246, ISBN 978-85-7811-289-9
Publisher: IPEA

Integrating Multiple Channels of Engagement in Democratic Innovations: Opportunities and Challenges

Author(s): Giovanni Allegretti, Paolo Spada
Published in: Handbook of Research on Citizen Engagement and Public Participation in the Era of New Media, edited by Marco Adria and Yuping Mao., 2017, 2017, Page(s) Chapter 2: 20-37
Publisher: IGI Global