Our mission is to create a society of people interested in their surroundings and willing to participate in addressing matters that affect their lives. For example the place where they live, work, or study. This is why we have developed a unique system for civic participation. This system is based on expert knowledge and yet is simple and versatile. Thanks to the effects of positive and negative votes, the system assures a consensus to everyone’s satisfaction.
Voters using Janecek (Democracy 21) method can grant either positive or negative votes to the matter voted for. This creates a wider consensus and highlights principal points of controversy.
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A voting method beneficial
In first round participatory budget didn't quite reach out the citizens. We consulted whole proccess with D21 experts and 2nd round was a success.
Ing. Monika Vyležíková, Head of Department for External Relations
I am glad that collaboration with D21 was politically supported, because it would have been a struggle to adjust the participation on our own.
Kateřina Vávrová, "Moje stopa" project coordinator
In our experience participatory budget is an excellent way to materialize citizen's actvity. It brings about concrete results, which they will be meeting on daily basis in next years.
Ing. Tereza Rödlingová, Department of Development and Investment
Participation takes a lot of effort, especially in area of communication with citizens. That's why we want to get involved in communication deeply, using different channels to acknowledge the proccess itself.
Hana Tichánková, Deputy Mayor
I appreciate everyone who has a goodwill to do something for their neighbours and environment. There were about thirty people who came with their own ideas for participation budget in Říčany.
Vladimír Kořen, Mayor
D21 can help communities of all sizes break through gridlock and find consensus. Even in a traditional democracy, voting can only say so much about people’s real preferences.
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13. 11. 2017