Crowdsourcing examples of supportive government policies for digital social innovation (DSI)
As part of the DSI4EU project we're gathering examples of how governments across and beyond Europe are supporting digital social innovation, civic tech and tech for good to grow and scale. This will contribute to our upcoming Ideas Bank, which will help city leaders share good practice and find inspiration for their own cities.

Policies and initiatives might include funding, support provision, fostering collaboration, building digital skills in civil society, bringing DSI into public services, and much more.

Our Ideas Bank will be focused at city policymakers but we are keen to hear about examples at the national level too. At this stage we want to gather as many examples as possible - so please do share yours with us! You can fill in this form as many times as you like.

Find out more about the Index at digitalsocial.eu/dsi-index. If you have any questions, please email us on contact@digitalsocial.eu.
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