European People’s Party (EPP) and the think tank Centre for European Studies, carried out a unique and wide ranging study designed to map the possibilities for co-operation between the young generations in European and Arab countries.
Helsingin Sanomat, Finland’s largest newspaper, organized a virtual town hall in early summer of 2014, by inviting readers to generate ideas on how to make Finland a better country.
Helsinki Parish executed an extensive operational and cultural change project, based on collaboration and crowd sourcing right from the start. As a result, Helsinki parishes are doing things better and more collectively, while simultaneously scaling down practices that do not work.
Aim of the project was to capture citizens’ development and learning needs utilizing Fountain Park Virtual Brainstorming. The information is used as a foundation for Helsinki Adult Education Centre course offering planning purposes.
The objective of the project is to change the operational model. It aims to bring arts and culture inside the schools – not the other way around.
The virtual brainstorming has been a tool for crowdsourcing in the Ministry of Employment and the Economy since 2008.
According to Finns, the most important thing about Yle national broadcasting company is versatility, a high-quality and analytical and critical approach to issues, documentaries and ad-free programmes.
Energy company Helen asked interest groups what was most important about responsibility work. More than 1000 people replied and prioritised.