It includes 50 countries and over 1000 e-democracy cases systematically described and classified according to a unified conceptual framework.
The database is open and available for free. You are welcome to use it for your academic research, teaching, policy making, community development, and other non-commercial purposes.
This evolving project is designed to identify and analyse cases of digital democracy aspiring to consolidate global democracy by discovering and sharing good practices of open participatory governance worldwide.
It is intended as a source of data for scholars, policy analysts, civic activists, politicians and other interested parties.
The initial edition is an entirely volunteer collaborative effort of an international team of 40 analysts who collected, coded, and reviewed data for 10 months. The project is kindly hosted by the European Digital Development Alliance.
Lead organization is EDDA.
EDDA is a European association which represents think-tanks, civil society organisations and experts focusing on digital policies and digital transformation. We are working with European Development and International Cooperation policies to share European experience of digital transformation around the globe.