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successfully completed, Co-VAL, co-creation

The Co-VAL project is successfully completed

Co-VAL was successfully completed after more than three years of intensive research on public service co-creation. The project presented successfully its final research results at its closing event, hosted online, on April 21st 2021. The event, titled ‘2021 Digital Government Summit: Government in the Service of Citizens – How ‘Co-Creation’ and Design Thinking Are Making […]

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2021 Digital Government Summit, Co-Creation Compass, Co-VAL

Presentations, Policy Brief & Video of the 2021 Digital Government Summit are available!

We would like to personally thank everyone who joined the 2021 Digital Government Summit: Creating Services Together. We have had already outstanding feedback from many participants, who enjoyed the chance to hear such fascinating insights on how co-creation and design thinking are making European Public Services human-centric. A big thank you as well to all that […]

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new policy brief, The 2021 Co-Creation at scale

The 2021 State of Co-Creation: Delivering Services Together’

Last month, during the 2021 Digital Government Summit, Co-VAL together with the Lisbon Council launched the new Policy Brief ‘The 2021 State of Co-Creation: Delivering Services Together’, an in-depth analysis of the state of co-creation in the 27 European Union member states, the United Kingdom and six leading cities (Amsterdam, Athens, Madrid, Milan, Paris and […]

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policy brief, co-creation

Co-Creation at Scale: Our New Policy Brief is out

Last month, together with the Lisbon Council, we launched our newest Policy Brief ‘Co-Creation at Scale: How Service Design, Living Labs and Innovation Networks Help Public Servants Deliver Better Services – and How Those Services Can Be Made Sustainable’ In specific, Charlotte van Ooijen, senior research fellow, and Francesco Mureddu, director at the Lisbon Council, […]

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digital government summit

Join us at the 2021 Digital Government Summit on April 21st!

We would like to invite you to the high-level digital government summit, ‘Government in the Service of Citizens – How ‘Co-Creation’ and Design Thinking Are Making European Public Services Truly Human Centric’, organised by the Lisbon Council and the Co-VAL project, on Wednesday April 21st, at 15h00-17h00 CEST. During this event, experts from five flagship […]

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human-centric digital government

Join our Virtual Town Hall Meeting ‘Human-Centric Digital Government in Practice’

We would like to invite you to the Virtual Town Hall Meeting ‘Human-Centric Digital Government in Practice’ that the Co-VAL project is organizing with the Lisbon Council, on Friday, December 11th 2020 at 12h00-13h00 CET. This highly interactive virtual event, convened in the immediate aftermath of the signing of the Berlin Declaration on Digital Society, will […]

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European Week of Regions and Cities, Co-VAL, webinar

European Week of Regions and Cities: Join our webinar

We would like to announce that the Municipality of Bærum, Athens Technology Center, the Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, the University of Alcalá and the Oslo Region European Office are organising the webinar “Improving co-creation in public services“, on October 7th, from 11.30 – 13.00, during the European Week of Regions and Cities (EWRC). […]

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Co-VAL is Hosting the High-Level Summit ‘Co-Creation and Design Thinking: The Next Frontier in Public Services’, on the 6th of June in Brussels

On 6th June 2019, meet us in Brussels to discuss about co-creation and design thinking in the public sector! We are hosting a high-level summit to see the launch of Co-VAL’s first policy brief titled “Government Co-Creation: Why and How – a new policy brief based on more than one year of field analysis and […]

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Living Labs as a Collaborative Framework for Changing Perceptions and Goals

admifIn the Public Deliverable D5.1 ‘Report on cross-country comparison on existing innovation and living labs’, Lars Fuglsang and Anne Vorre Hansen from Roskilde University describe various applications of living labs to decision-making. The basic two examples are living labs as a collaborative framework for changing perceptions and goals and living labs as an ecosystem for […]

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