More than 100 smart people from all over the world gathered at TICTeC 2015, the world’s first conference on the impacts of civic technologies.
We’re already gearing up for TICTeC 2016 in Barcelona.
Got some interesting research to share… or just want to hear what others have been finding out? You could join us!
And unsurprisingly for a charity with a world-class research department…
54% more difference, as it happens. That’s how likely citizens are to carry on being engaged, provided they get a response the first time they make contact.
Turns out it very much depends on which countries you are talking about. Here in the UK, we’re still fighting the “male, pale & stale” effect. In Kenya and South Africa, however, it’s a completely different picture.
But we’re very glad to know that there’s great faith in civic technology, everywhere. 97% of respondents would use it again.
Jeremy Corbyn’s profile and voting record, for example, were viewed by thousands. Not many of them wanted our suggestions on what to do with the information they found.