Participation citoyenne

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Bibliographie des communs

Di_Monte, Patrizia, and Verena Lenna. Tools for the Generative Commons: Practices, Processes, and Design. Saint Gilles: Generative Commons House, 2022.

“Fiche de Bonnes Pratiques - Est Ensemble.Odt,” n.d.

Marie-Pierre. “A Thiers, Paul Bucau met du commun dans l’eau.” Tikographie (blog), March 12, 2024.

“P187 : Fiducies Publiques Les Fiducies Publiques Visent à Favoriser Le Dévelo,” n.d.

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Concepts voisins



Civic engagement or civic participation is any individual or group activity addressing issues of public concern. Civic engagement includes communities working together or individuals working alone in both political and non-political actions to protect public values or make a change in a community. The goal of civic engagement is to address public concerns and promote the quality of the community. Civic engagement is "a process in which people take collective action to address issues of public concern" and is "instrumental to democracy" (Checkoway & Aldana, 2012). Underrepresentation of groups in the government causes issues faced by groups such as minority, low-income, and younger groups to be overlooked or ignored. In turn, issues for higher voting groups are addressed more frequently, causing more bills to be passed to fix these problems (Griffin & Newman, 2008).

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Sources externes

Wikidata : Q4116870
DBpedia FR : Engagement_civique
DBpedia EN : Civic_engagement
DBpedia ES : Compromiso_civico

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Q4116870 Civic_engagement Engagement_civique Compromiso_civico