Who uses DemocracyOS?


Working groups, associations, political movements... DemocrayOS is made for any type of collective with a need for consultation and decision-making, in a collaborative, flexible and transparent manner. Here is a selection of our latest projects.



Use cases



  • Opé2017

    Opé2017 is trying to mobilize and raise awarness among forseen obsolescence by opening a consultation for everyone. Anyonone is free to support Opé2017's propositions or call them into question, but also to create new ones. These co-reflexions may feed the candidates' programs during the elections to come.



  • Pour un Gouvernement Ouvert

    The Etalab operation is opening a consultation open to everyone in order to ease decision taking in a participative, collective and open way. By listing ideas from citizens and administrations, their aim is to co-product and stimulate the innovation by sharing their digital resources, in order to open the public prosecution.



  • Open Law



  • Ville de Nanterre

    The platform participez.nanterre.fr is an application based entirely on open source software bricks such as Drupal, Timeline.js and of course DemocracyOS. Through this site, citizens can stay informed and contribute to the various ongoing consultation campaigns, keeping clear visibility on the progress of the decision-making process through the interactive timeline.



  • Instance du collectif #MAVOIX

    The #MAVOIX collective, which wants to elect augmented deputees*, drawn and voting according to the opinion expressed on an online platform, makes their decisions on a DemocracyOS platform that we have made available to them since the end of 2015. It was on this instance that they decided with a majority of 82% to make a campaign in the partial legislative elections in Strasbourg in May 2016.



  • L'Agence du Numérique

    The law entilted "For a Digital Republic" is promoting the setting-up of digital services initiated by and for territorial collectivities. To do so, the Digital Agency is composing a tool-box document written thanks to the consultation of every actors. By making an inventory of their good practices, the document eventually lead to a deliverable design to progress.



  • Le Projet des Progressistes

    Establishment of a platform for Yan Chantrel a 2017 legislative candidate for the North American district. Sympathisers are invited to discuss and vote each commitment proposed by the candidate in order to contribute to his final program.



  • OpenCop21

    To enable citizens around the world to contribute and debate on a simplification of the text of the COP21 negotiation. OpenCop.org was carried by DemocracyOS France and Democracy 2.1, and allowed more than 1,200 citizens from 40 countries to give their vision of what is needed to meet the challenges of climate change.



  • Mairie de Paris

    Establishment of a platform for the mayor of Paris where citizens could react on different themes (housing, Olympic games, waste, etc.) and ask questions directly to the Mayor, Anne Hidalgo. The elected representatives could then respond to the citizens, an 'Elected' badge making them visible on the platform.



  • Réforme des collèges

    Following the success of the first staging on the Intelligence law project, we reiterated on the reform of colleges with a simplification from the text of the reform. We have identified several areas of disagreement: EPIs, ancient languages, European classes, bilingual classes and schools' autonomy



  • Laurent Baumel

    Establishment of a platform for the deputy of Eure-et-Loire, Laurent Baumel to consult the citizens of the constituency with the aim of bringing citizen amendments back to the national assembly.



  • La Ruche Saint-Cloud

    Platform online where everyone could propose his ideas for his city or France entirely, but also comment, amend, and share those with others. In a test phase on the city of Saint-Cloud at first, the platform has as ambition to set up in as many cities as possible. A national version will be produced at the beginning of the school year, as well as in Lille and Strasbourg.



  • Projet Loi Renseignement

    While the Intelligence Bill was debated in Parliament, we put online a simplified version of the text focused on three issues: the black boxes, the CNCTR and the objectives of the bill. The united community stood at 86% against the text, against 77% of the deputies who spoke in favor of it.






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