[message_box title="" color="blue"] This is Part II of a two-part series by The Governance Lab at the NYU School of Engineering on how to design a public participation initiative for lawmaking. The series is based on “Congress Is Broken; CrowdLaw Could Help Fix It” and “10 Recommendations for Designing Better CrowdLaw Initiatives.” [/message_box] In 2014, Brazil’s … [Read more...] about CrowdLaw: how to design a public participation initiative for lawmaking
Se le llama crowdsourcing a al acto de convocar y recoger ideas de una gran cantidad de personas para dar solución a un problema y/o tarea en específico. En términos de desarrollo social y económico, el crowdsourcing es relevante para el conocimiento abierto ya que permite el intercambio de ideas entre personas con bagajes académicos y laborales diferentes, combinando sus áreas de experticia para acelerar el alcance de soluciones para el bien común.
Este tag reúne todos los artículos que se han escrito en Abierto al Público sobre el crowdsourcing, iniciativas al respecto en América Latina y el Caribe, herramientas para facilitarlo, ejemplos de soluciones alcanzadas por medio de este y más información relevante.
[message_box title="" color="blue"] This is Part I of a two-part series by The Governance Lab at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering, based on two articles on how to promote public participation in lawmaking: “Congress Is Broken; CrowdLaw Could Help Fix It,” which appeared in Forbes January 23, 2018 and “10 Recommendations for Designing Better … [Read more...] about CrowdLaw: The Demand for Public Participation in Lawmaking
Corruption remains a serious development challenge for Latin America and the Caribbean. For instance, according to a 2016 survey by Ipsos Public Affairs titled, “What Worries the World”, in Mexico, corruption is the second-most pressing concern for citizens, behind violent crime. Facing this context, in an effort to identify innovative ways to promote transparency and combat … [Read more...] about Three ways crowdsourcing is being used to demand government transparency
According to the UN, one in three women, or 35% of women worldwide experience physical or sexual violence. However, some country data shows numbers as high as 70%. The UN also reports that less than 40% of women who are victims of violence seek help. Most women and girls do not talk about this abuse for a multiple of reasons - fear of society, culture, victim blaming, fear of … [Read more...] about Creating safe cities for women through technology and crowdsourcing