Create Social Change
Help us build the eDemocracy Network
Are you frustrated by the state of democracy? So are we. That’s why we’re creating the eDemocracy Network
The eDemocracy Network will be a community of passionate, engaged individuals like you who want to…
- Empower people of all backgrounds to have a say in the social, environmental, and economic decisions that affect them.
- Help find solutions to society’s most divisive and complex problems (such as climate change, police reform, systemic inequality, etc.).
- Equip grassroots organizers and elected officials with the data, strategies, and tools they need to enact real change.
- Build a more equitable, inclusive, and fair approach to democracy.
Joining the eDemocracy Network is totally free. There are no age limits, no minimum education, and no time requirements, because we believe a strong democracy is founded on diversity.
Work with us to design the eDemocracy Network
Enter your email and you’ll get an exclusive opportunity to use the Ethelo platform, share your perspective, and help shape this movement.
Why Ethelo Why Now
Society needs a fundamentally new approach to governance and group decisions. This is why we created Ethelo, and why it’s needed now more than ever.
Make Democracy Better
Democracy must use technology to deepen the advantages that group participation and collective wisdom can provide. We need real-time feedback loops and inclusive, iterative processes that can generate broad consensus and united efforts for effective execution.
How Can Ethelo Help Your Community
Ethelo helps people and citizen’s organizations build a public mandate for political change. Ethelo enables groups to have a collective voice on political issues ranging from community actions to public policy and legislative change. If you or your organization would like to use Ethelo to build a public mandate for social change, please contact us.
eDemocracy Webinar Series
How to keep your climate action plan on track throughout COVID-19
A panel of local government and climate action leaders discuss the impact that lockdowns have had on municipal climate action, and explore opportunities to move forward.
Top ten questions about Carbon Budgets and Public Engagement
Learn how local governments, community members and community groups can do more to make change happen faster and more effectively through public engagement.
Democracy in a time of physical distancing
Learn from engagement leaders about the values and principles that should guide the development and use of democracy tools in the social distancing era.
What is eDemocracy and how does it compare to polls and surveys?
Explore how eDemocracy improves upon polls and surveys, two of the most fundamental methods that governments use to collect public input.
Why Carbon Budgets and Community Engagement are so Important
We have great plans. And yet our emissions reductions have been negligible. Why? Is there a problem with the plans? – There is one missing piece, the bridge that links the plan to action.