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Following massive protests against gender-based violence, citizens in Argentina are working with the government to prevent violence against women.
In Uruguay, citizens and the government develop an integrated and collaborative approach to water management.
In Colombia, citizens and the government collaborate for better transparency and accountability in the courts.
A digital platform in Buenos Aires enables vulnerable citizens to access georeferenced health information and share concerns about quality of care.
Austin is tackling historic inequity with a tool that allows citizens & government to measure the benefit of city initiatives in disadvantaged communities.
By releasing open transport data, the government in Buenos Aires helps residents plan their urban bus travel.
In Uruguay, the A Tu Servicio platform publishes vital healthcare information, empowering citizens to take control of their healthcare choices.
In Paraguay, Municipal Development Councils give citizens a greater say in projects that impact their local communities.
By overhauling the country’s complaints hotline, Panamanian officials have improved transparency, partnerships, and outcomes.
The creation of the Open Police Data Initiative has put policing data into the hands of the public.
By strengthening indigenous voices in government, Costa Rica better serves its citizens.
To raise living standards, officials listen to what citizens really need.
How citizen councils can determine budget priorities to build paths out of poverty.
Female citizens work to empower and protect indigenous communities.
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