Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS will scout projects in Latvia for the Innovation in Politics Awards

05. April, 2021

Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS joins the Innovation in Politics Institute as the partner-organisation from Latvia with an aim of finding the best project from Latvia to compete on the European Union's level for the Innovation in Politics Award 2021.

What’s Innovation in Politics Award about?

The Innovation in Politics Awards recognise courageous and creative political projects in Europe. The aim of the competition is to create a growing network of the best minds in politics with a view to sharing knowledge and promoting the exchange of best practice at all political levels and across borders and party lines.

Over the past four years, a combined 4,000 European citizens have selected a total of 330 finalists and 33 winning projects from more than 1,500 submissions. From 2017-2019, all finalists were given the opportunity to share ideas and experiences at networking events in Vienna and Berlin, and were honoured at a gala ceremony. To date, 1,600 guests from the political sphere and from all over Europe have attended.

More information about the award can be found here:

What’s the Innovation in Politics Institute?

The Innovation in Politics Institute is an international, non-governmental organisation that identifies, develops and implements innovation in politics in order to strengthen democracy in Europe and beyond. With a Europe-wide network of offices and partner organisations in 21 European countries (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom), and together with political leaders at all levels, the institute is building tomorrow’s politics today.

The Institute develops projects and programmes for politicians and political institutions to make democratic politics more successful, such as the Innovation in Politics Awards, Act Now and the European Capital of Democracy. The Institute provides these programmes to politicians, institutions, civil society and citizens, to create impact for the primary mission – to improve democratic politics. As of today, the Institute has established a community of more than 5,000 politicians throughout Europe, who participate in our programmes and provide their know-how and experience to
their peers. In all our activities, we apply our unique method: identify best practice, develop core insights and localise them, and implement innovative political work for specific tasks.

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