Welcome to the Civic Tech Innovation Network
The Civic Tech Innovation Network (CTIN) is a Community of Practice (CoP) and action learning network for people with an interest and commitment to leveraging the nexus between technology and civic activism.
Are you a civic tech enthusiast, innovator or someone planning a new civic tech initiative?
Our network is a hub for information learning and collaborations in the ‘civic tech’ space
Meet our regional ambassadors – Strengthening regional connection and participation in the civic tech space
Thank you for joining us at the 2023 edition of the Civic Tech Innovation Forum and Jamfest. We loved learning and sharing with our civic tech and media innovation community. We look forward to seeing you at next year’s edition.
The introduction of AI in government systems stems from the growing demand for participatory and deliberative forms of democracy, including budget tracking, social audits, and transparent online voting systems.
This paper aims to spotlight the emerging challenges of civic tech in West Africa and analyse the impact of these challenges on the current state of civic tech, focusing on how civic tech organisations can provide solutions to the region’s most pressing problems.
The 18th debate of the Digital Dialogue Series, a collaborative event planned by CTIN and the International Civil Society Centre (ICSC), took place on the 1st of February 2024, with the theme: “We Have the Right to Fight Electronic Waste”. The discussion highlighted ways in which people collaborate in their practice and advocacy efforts to…
The Civic Tech Innovation Network (CTIN) is welcoming any case studies that focus on topics related to civic tech. The African Civic Tech Case Studies is a project aimed at building and creatively disseminating an aggregation of African case studies on civic tech practices and lessons from various contexts.
The African Civic Tech Atlas is a living collection of civic tech initiatives in Africa. This is for the civic tech community to use in research, articles and other media (we would appreciate the shout-out though). This is a great resource that can help the community understand what is going on in the civic tech and civic innovation fields in Africa and also see who is involved, what they are doing and what successes and challenges they are facing.