Duration of the project
01.06.2018. - 30.11.2018.
Countries and institutions involved in the project
Aim of the project
Up to now, a wide variety of e-participation projects have been carried out throughout Europe, but a comparative analysis of these research results has not yet been carried out. CompEpart aims to close this gap by developing a comparative framework for the exchange of current research results on e-participation in local governments in the Baltic States and Germany, thereby initiating further joint research activities in order to strengthen knowledge/experience transfer in science-municipal development in the Baltic States. The project methodology will be based on concepts of policy evaluation.
Main activities of the project
Kick off meeting 1 at the Wernigerode, Germany (Harz University of Applied Sciences)
International Research conference at the Klaipeda, Lithuania (Klaipeda University)
Researchers of Klaipeda University have done two small research for the conference in Klaipeda on the topic of e-participation. The research results were presented during the conference.
Target group and number of persons involved
Researchers and students of public administration, executive staff of local governments (27 persons).
Citizens, municipal associations and non-governmental organizations (14 persons)