A People's approach to produce web content (PAPWEC). This web-based tutorial/manual provides the underlying concepts and practical guidelines for a participatory web design methodology.
Deliberative Democracy Consosrtium. Deliberative democracy strengthens citizen voices in governance by including people of all races, classes, ages and geographies in deliberations that directly affect public decisions. As a result, citizens influence--and can see the result of their influence on--the policy and resource decisions that impact their daily lives and their future.
DoWire - Democracy Online Newswire. DoWire is promoting online civic participation and democracy efforts around the world through information exchange, experience sharing, outreach, and education.
Governance page of the British Council Website.
Integrated approaches to participatory development (IAPAD). Participatory Avenues aims at sharing significant progress in visualizing people's spatial knowledge (cognitive maps) and in providing communities added stake in tailoring and owning conservation and development initiatives.
Logolink. LogoLink is a global network of practitioners from civil society organisations, research institutions and governments working to deepen democracy through greater citizen participation in local governance. LogoLink encourages learning from field-based innovations and expressions of democracy which contribute to social justice.
Making the Net Work. Making The Net Work aims to help organisations, centres, neighbourhoods or networks plan and use the Net effectively.
Participation toolkit. The toolkit offers information on tools which promote citizen participation in local governance. Over hundred of cases are described and analysed. The site also presents articles and links for further reference
Participation Website of the FAO.
Partnerships Online. A Website for Partnerships, participation and Online Communities
Resource Centres for Participatory Learning and Actkon Network. The RCPLA website aims at bringing together a diverse, international network of development practitioners to strengthen impact on processes of social change, by sharing field experiences, facilitating capacity building and encouraging the use of participatory practices.
Teledemocracy Action News + Network TAN+N. The TAN+N website of the Global Democracy Movement is primarily dedicated to the creative use of modern technologies (ICT) and face-to-face deliberative techniques in all forms that directly empower citizens to have authentic input into political systems at all levels of governance around the world.
The Community Planning Website. This well structured website provides an overview of these new methods of community planning. It is aimed at everyone concerned with the built environment. Jargon is avoided and material is presented in a universally applicable, how-to-do-it style.
The Jefferson Center: originator of the citizens' jury process.
The Loka Institute. Loka works to make science and technology more responsive to social and environmental concerns by expanding opportunities for grassroots, public-interest groups, and everyday citizen and worker involvement in vital facets of science and technology decision making.
The Participation Kiosk of the German Society for Technical Cooperation (GTZ).
The top 10 Open Source Tools for e-Activism.