The Emerson Engagement Lab is committed to boosting the participation of a city's residents through a lineup of original games designed for civic engagement.
It's latest game, Community PlanIt, covers a series of questions given to a user. Once a question or challenge is completed, the user is awarded with digital coins that can be used for local causes. The entire game consists of a slew of these "missions," and eventually produces real-world results.
Mulago Foundation’s Associate Portfolio Director, Kristin Gilliss, writes how the Skoll World Forum is featuring a variety of delegates and speakers working on innovative solutions to societal challenges worldwide.
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