Involve citizens in urban renovation programs

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Mar Cáceres
3 min read
Involve citizens in urban renovation programs

Find out how the Voix Publique agency, a pioneer in "last mile and face-to-face citizen mobilisation" in France and Spain, is equipping itself with Qomon to encourage people to contribute to the life of their neighbourhood.

Learn more about Voix Publique

Voix Publique is a pioneer in "last mile and face-to-face citizen mobilisation"" in Europe. They help governments, local authorities, NGO, business-to-public companies to implement effective and inclusive public consultation and mobilisation campaigns. They propose "face-to-face" mobilisations; as close as possible to the public: in the street, door-to-door and where people are. 

The Challenge

The challenge: involve citizens in the urban renovation program of their neighbourhood.

4 Voix Publique agents are deployed in the field using Qomon to increase their productivity, analyse results in real time and be able to build the community of citizens willing to get involved and take part in the urban renovation program.

Their Favourite Feature

Their favourite feature is the mobile app (low network mode) to go and meet people on the field, but also the "people database" to be able to send communication and keep informed the citizens during the urban renovation program.

Challenges before Qomon

Our biggest challenges before using Qomon? Compiling a large amount of information after our field operations and really follow up with the community of citizen interested in staying in touch with the program.

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