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Webcidadania Xingu Open Innovation for Public Affairs in the Brazilian Amazon

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Web, engagement and demands mapping out
Webcidadania Xingu experience
in the Brazilian Amazon.
Bringing benefits of an endeavor like this to a region excelling in shortages, territorial dimensions, wisdom and entrepreneurship of the traditional people, brought to us the certainty that it is worth working to leverage the influence of society, making collective dreams become true.

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Webcidadania Xingu Open Innovation for Public Affairs in the Brazilian Amazon

  1. 1. WEB, ENGAGEMENT AND DEMANDS MAPPING OUT WEBCIDADANIA XINGU EXPERIENCE IN THE BRAZILIAN AMAZON
  2. 2. MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTSINBRAZIL > Strengthen social participation of communities > Ensure local sustainable development > Mitigate socioenvironmental impacts
  3. 3. Strengthening needs of local communities Mapping out social assets Supporting decision making process NORTEENERGIAAND BELOMONTEDAM Webcidadania Xingu contest was released in June 2013 Region formed by 11 municipalities In the Brazilian State of Pará Internet is accessed by less than 30% of the population Norte Energia has to invest USD 3,5 billion in the area within the next 20 years
  4. 4. > SEVEN MONTHS > MORE THAN 1,500 PEOPLE (0.4% OF THE REGIONAL POPULATION) > 75 WORKSHOPS > 109 MEETINGS WITH LOCAL LEADERS > IDENTIFICATION OF 415 PROPOSALS > 5,000 INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES WEBCIDADANIAXINGU INNUMBERS
  5. 5. STRUCTURAL OUTCOMES FOR THE REGION Outputs  17 projects designed and sent to:  Managing Committee of the Regional Plan for Sustainable Development (PDRS) of the Xingu region  Cities, state and federal governments  Partners to the project will work to provide means to implement the proposals Impact  Socioenvironmental agenda  policy coordination with governments in 11 cities  free platform WITH 1,000 participants  Innovation in groundwork  Bringing new actors: urban youth, public leaders and new social groups organized in collectives  Strengthening of digital culture in the region
  6. 6. PROCESS RICH IN LEARNING EXPERIENCE TO IMPROVE METHODOLOGY > Transfering social technology > Focusing on sustainability > Continuity of the process > Principle of co-management, with partner and contractor > Strengthening of the social fabric > Mapping out existing leaderships to join the team
  7. 7. WHATWENTRIGHT:) > LIAISON WITH LOCAL POLITICIANS: COUNCILORS, PUBLIC MANAGERS, MUNICIPAL SECRETARIES > HIRING LOCAL STAFF INVOLVING SOCIAL LEADERS > FOCUS ON YOUNG PEOPLE, NOT NORMALLY INCLUDED IN THE FORMAL PARTICIPATION SPACES [55% OF THE CONTESTANTS] > PARTNERSHIPS TO WORK IN RURAL COMMUNITIES AND ENVIRONMENTALLY PROTECTED AREAS > STRENGTHENING OF DIGITAL CULTURE > USE OF OFFLINE TACTICS FOR THE WORKSHOP TO BE INDEPENDENTLY MULTIPLIED
  8. 8. WHATWEWILLDO BETTERNEXTTIME;) > Increase effectiveness in building campaigns by political leaders, government officials and politicians > Increase effectiveness coordinating with unions > Development of mobile app to go round the deficiency in digital infrastructure > Strategy to encourage voluntary actions/ local committees
  9. 9. Bringing benefits of an endeavor like this to a region excelling in shortages, territorial dimensions, wisdom and entrepreneurship of the traditional people, brought to us the certainty that it is worth working to leverage the influence of society, making collective dreams become true. Opportunity
  10. 10. July 2014 www.webcidadaniaxingu.org.br

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