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Brazil's Social Participation Marketplace

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  1. 1. STRENGTHENING BRAZILIAN SOCIAL PARTICIPATION ECOSYSTEM INSTITUTO CIDADE DEMOCRÁTICA INSTITUTO REOS IMPACT HUB
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION This project will support the creation of the marketplace of all Brazilian social participation field initiatives identified during the network mapping phase, demonstrating their values (culture) and skills to address major challenges identified in the Brazilian civil society critical agenda. www.sociedadecivil2023.org.br In two years, this project will increase the number of initiatives in the Brazilian social participation field 21%, the amount of people involved in 30%, the total revenue of these initiatives by 20% and the number of people directly involved in efforts by 100%.
  3. 3. REASONS Fragility and isolation of social participation initiatives, vis-a-vis the great challenges and opportunities in the country In Brazil, the political system, democratic model and social participation channels have proved ineffective in the face of new forms of relationship between citizens and governments enabled by information and communication technologies, causing frustration and impatience with the lack of transparency and impermeability of the political system (requests for “we want to be heard” in the “Jornadas de Junho”). Also, the Democracy Index (The Economist) says that: • Brazil is a flawed democracy • 44th place among 167 countries • 70th in political participation • 123rd in political culture
  4. 4. BACKGROUND Social participation is growing in Brazil both in formal spaces and in channels and tools created by civil society (eg. webcidadania.org.br), but great challenges are yet to be addressed and overcome: • Lack of coordination and synergy between the various existing initiatives • Little participation of civil society in the existing formal channels Concern about the risk of kickback in the democratic process with the unfolding of the powerful collective sentiment expressed during the “Jornadas de Junho” that: • Gives space for legitimate and necessary claims but • Leaves room to movement non-aligned to the democratic praxis • Public officials react hasty offering solutions that don’t address the core issues • Public officials harden repressive actions Deadlock can be routed to a solution that will strengthen our political and social model.
  5. 5. OBJECTIVES Overall objective Strengthen the sector of social participation in Brazil articulating a set of technologies (described hereafter) Specific objectives Implementing a digital platform for dissemination of initiatives in the field of social participation in Brazil (concept of marketplace) Opening API (application program interface) in the Cidade Democrática environment, using the common vocabulary of social participation sourceforge.net/p/labmacambira/fimDoMundo/ci/master/tree/texto s/ontologia/ontologiaParticipa.pdf?format=raw
  6. 6. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK Legal Context Cultural Context Budget per goals Budget per means Brazil's 1988 Constitution: the principle of social participation as a statement of representative democracy and growth of forums and social participation channels Low participation and little ownership of existing fora and channels Spaces capable of incorporating social agendas in shaping public policy legitimizes the decisions and actions of government and encourages responsibility of relationship between state and civil society Social agendas can not significantly influence (agenda setting) government decisions (eg unprecedented nature of reduction in bus tickets from the “Jornadas de Junho”)
  7. 7. GOALS AND INDICATORS People working in social participation initiatives in Brazil - research initiatives and official data • Goal: 2,360 people in Jun/16 Financial resources generated (donation and sale of services) - research initiatives and official data • Goal: R$ 36,300,000.00 total annual revenue of the sector in Jun/16 People involved as participants in the initiatives of social participation in Brazil - research initiatives • Goal: 605,000 people/ unique users in Jun/16 Initiatives developed jointly on issues identified as part of the critical agenda of the social participation sector - direct monitoring • Goal: 5 initiatives in the 1st year of incubation
  8. 8. EXPECTED RESULTS Creation of the social participation Brazilian initiatives marketplace Increased number of initiatives by 21% Increased total revenue by 20% of these initiatives Increased number of people involved by 30% Increase the number of people directly involved in initiatives by 100%
  9. 9. BASELINE Estimated 500 initiatives (including 300 already mapped) and that this number will grow at a rate of 10% per annum until Jun/16. It follows: • Goal 1: estimated work of 3 people per initiative and projected an increase of 30% • Goal 2: estimated annual revenues of R$ 50,000.00 per initiative and projected an increase of 20% • Goal 3: estimated 500 people involved directly per initiative and projected a 100% increase
  10. 10. ACTION PLAN 1st year • Create baseline (define field, establish indicators) • Mapping networks (initiatives, skills and values​​) • Planning and facilitation of workshops (logistics and documentation) • Communication 2nd year • Selection, creation of business model, prototyping and incubation of 5 initiatives • Develop and launch digital platform marketplace • Create tab with guidelines for replication
  11. 11. PARTNERS Instituto Reos Impact Hub Fundación Avina Omydiar Network Movimento Voto Consciente
  12. 12. STRENGTHENING BRAZILIAN SOCIAL PARTICIPATION ECOSYSTEM

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