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Sabadell ConCensus Workshop February 2019

On February 27, l’Aula de l’Aigua hosted a new workshop of the POWER project. Here’s what happened!

Sabadell ConCensus Workshop February 2019The workshop

Within the framework of the POWER project, the participatory digital platform of water issues in Sabadell, a new workshop was held to promote citizen participation in the project on February the 27th.

The workshop, where 11 people attended, was looking to receive new feedback from the digital platform and the novelties that have been applied in recent months, both from people who participated in the first workshop and people for whom this workshop was the first contact with the POWER project and its digital platform.

First of all, Jordi Vinyoles from Aigües de Sabadell introduced the sessionand then the attendants began to interact with the platform and evaluate it according to the methodologies of Eduardo Calvillo of the European Institute for Participatory Media (EIPCM).

Then Richard Elelman from Eurecat conducted a session on water governance, followed by a small introduction to the ConCensus, a citizen participation program for the implementation of municipal policies developed within the framework of the project POWER together with Sabadell City Council.

You can see some photos of the workshop below.





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POWER Best Practice Award

New competition for local authorities is open for entries

The Best Practice Repository Contest has just been launched, and we are looking forward to receiving submissions of best practices from local representatives of municipalities and organisations to showcase the global diversity of great projects implemented directly by cities and communities, and disseminate them to a wider audience. The three most innovative projects will receive the Best Practice Award at our POWER Conference. More information about the Best Practice Repository Contest and how you can enter is available here.

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