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Sukey - Keeping demonstrators safe, mobile

Sukey exists to keep protesters safe, mobile and informed. It provides crowd sourced information via a mobile app or sms to protesters in the streets of London.

Go to Sukey - Keeping demonstrators safe, mobile

Malmöfestivalen

This is the project space for the Malmöfestivalen for Android and iPhone apps. Here we work together to create an awesome mobile experience for the festival visitors! :)Are you hosting a festival? You are invited to join with your ideas and use the code for your festival too!

Go to Malmöfestivalen for Android and iPhone

Repara Ciudad

This application allows the citizens to report incident in the urban environment to the local administration, from a mobile device.  This allows the local administration to act and answer the citizen, while at the same time that all the information is visible for other citizens.

MapyHazardu

MapyHazardu maps the location of gambling location and gambling machines in the vicinity of public buildings. By law they are not allowed within a few hundred meters of public buildings, yet they often still are.

Липсва - Missing Persons

Липсва maps missing persons reports in Bulgaria. Based both on published police reports and crowd sourced data.

Bribespot

Bribespot is an app that allows you to see how much corruption is going on around you. Using your smartphone (or a website) you can report locations where bribes are requested/paid, indicate the size of a bribe and area of government affected by it.

BG Mama

A portal that provides information and services around the various aspects of becoming and being a mother.

Ushahidi

The original website was used to map incidents of violence and peace efforts in Kenya based on reports submitted via the web and mobile phones.

Citizen's Connect | City of Boston

The Citizens Connect mobile app helps residents make their neighborhoods even better.

Fix My Tweet

FixMyTweet - created by Lichfield District Council, allows people across the country to report street problems to councils using the social media platform Twitter.
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