MyCountry

MyCountry is a set of apps that allow you to control what your country does and affect its actions
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MyCountry is a platform that publishes tons of public data gathered from public institutions websites in easy to understand manner. Every information shown is also accessible through documented API.

See all datasets processed at https://mojepanstwo.pl/dane/zbiory.

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  • EPF – ePanstwo Foundation

    EPF Foundation mission is to strengthen citizen rights for access to information, free speech, open culture and freedom of communication. The foundation creates tools for open culture, public information and civic media. On these tools it builds citizen engagement and information skills, thus strenghtenig democratic processes.

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  • Stanczyk Foundation

    Stanczyk Foundation is a watchdog working for openness, transparency and civic control in public sphere. It supports growth of civic organizations in Malopolska region of Poland, especially with legal council.

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  • Rada 4 You

    Forget what politicians say. What truly matters is what theydo. And what they do is vote, to write our laws which affect us all. […]

    (We present) how your MP votes on issues you care about. We’ve peeled back the layers of stuffy jargon, arcane procedures and language so you can find out whether a member voted on expanding powers to intercept communications or for Aboriginal land rights. There is a whole list of policies. If you see one missing, you can add your own.- from About the Project

    This project is a clone of Australian They Vote for You (Public Whip) platform so head there for a full-English introduction into the project.

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  • Latarnik Wyborczy

    Latarnik Wyborczy is a website that allows citizens to compare their views with programmes of political parties running in national elections, allowing them to vote smart.

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  • FragDenStaat

    The Frag den Staat (‘Ask The Government’) portal enables interested citizens to request information from a variety of public sector organisations by making a Freedom of Information (FOI) request. On the project’s website, the requests, their current status and the responses to them are transparently documented and published. Frag den Staat wants to empower citizens and hopes to generate further interest in FOI. FragDenStaat.de is inspired by the British FOI-portal What Do They Know and cooperates with other FOI portals around the world.

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