D-CENT is a Europe-wide project creating open, secure and privacy-aware tools for direct democracy and economic empowerment.Read more
An open authentication and identity management tool called Stonecutter, which provides a single sign on for using the D-CENT tools and applications.More infoDemoGithub
A policy drafting tool that allows organisations to work with their members to produce transparent and crowd-sourced policies. The platform allows a wider community to shape and inform the policy drafts, thus creating a more transparent and open method of producing policy documents than the traditional method.More infoDemoGithub
An open consultation and direct democracy platform launched by the Ahora Madrid coalition after the recent municipal elections which enables citizens to propose, debate, prioritise and implement policy for the city.More infoDemoGithub
A participation platform for citizens to engage with the City of Barcelona. The aim of the tool is to build a democratic, open and transparent city by enhancing citizen participation in the definition and development of policies.More infoDemoGithub
A participation platform that enables citizens to propose, discuss and prioritise issues to be addressed in their city. Currently used in 40 projects across the world, including in the Icelandic capital Reykjavik, it allows large groups to speak with one voice and organise with ideas via a unique debate and prioritisation system that maximises consensus.More infoDemoGithub
A notification service that lets citizens sign up to receive information on municipal decisions of interest to them. Currently in use in Helsinki, it also offers citizens the opportunity to participate in decisions that involve their municipality, and crowdsources content that can then be used in the decision-making process.More infoDemoGithub
A tool called Mooncake that securely notifies an organisation’s members of events and activity in its D-CENT ecosystem.More infoDemoGithub
An open source online voting tool that allows democratic decision-making in groups of all kinds.Organisations can use the software to carry out secure, flexible and transparent elections.More infoDemoGithub
A set of tools that let organisations create a complementary currency using blockchain technology. Using the tools, organisations can run reward schemes that use local currencies and vouchers, and that are transparent and auditable to other organisations. It has been developed for participatory and democratic organisations who want to incentivise participation.More infoDemoGithub
A federated architecture – choose and combine the tools you need for your democratic process.
Propose ideas and collaborate on policy drafting
Complementary currency toolkit
Participation platform for the city of Reykjavik
Open authentication and identity management. One log-in for using D-CENT tools and applications
We are developing a federated architecture based on open standards, open APIs and a shared identity system to allow for the growth of an eco-system of modular, interoperable and decentralised tools
Own your data
to say no to surveillance and give back citizens control and ownership of data
Open source and open standards
to build and grow knowledge commons
Open authentication and distributed identity management
to grow an open source eco-system of citizen engagement tools
to let people run reward schemes that are transparent and auditable
Digital platform for participation of the City of Barcelona. It is a tool to build a democratic, open and transparent city by enhancing citizen participation in the definition and development of policies.
Participatory budgeting platform for the city of Reykjavik. The platform is a development from the Betri Reykjavik prioritisation and participation platform allowing citizens to submit ideas on how to spend a part of the city budget in their neighborhood.
Notifications of municipal policy decisions. Using the municipal open API on town hall agendas, the platform allows citizens to sign up to be notified when decisions are made about issues that concern them.