A European Study: The Collaboration between Tech & Social Good Actors in Europe

Tech For Good: A Study
SOGA is an association that aims to raise awareness and publicize the Tech needs and Tech cooperation needs of Social Good organizations in Europe. We are launching our first European study, and a questionnaire that only takes 5 to 7 minutes to be answered. Your contribution would be very helpful! Click the button below to participate. 
Tech for Good: Une étude
SOGA est une association qui cherche à comprendre et faire entendre les besoins Tech et de coopération Tech des organisations dites « Social Good » en Europe. Nous lançons notre première étude européenne et un questionnaire qui ne prendra que 5 à 7 minutes de votre temps. Merci beaucoup pour votre contribution! Si vous souhaitez répondre, cliquez le bouton en bas.

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OBJECTIVES

  • To have a better understanding of which social good and tech actors work together and/or those who are open to this type of relationship (types of organisations, values, interests, country of origin).
  • To have a better understanding of the types of cooperation that exist already, their mutual interests and the solutions across different fields (e.g. funding, tools, skill transfer, pro bono work).
  • To have a better understanding of how social good and tech partnerships are facilitated by the maturity of national social and tech ecosystems, specific Tech sectors, or by specific types of national and transnational networks.
  • After the study is completed, we seek to produce key learnings and clear guidelines on how to support and strengthen these collaborations. These guidelines will be addressed for and discussed with social good and tech actors, national decision-makers, and the European Commission.

DELIVERABLES

  • Study over six EU countries:  France, Portugal, Estonia, and three optional countries (to be chosen amongst Spain, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, and Belgium)
  • A White Book of guidelines for national and European decision-makers before the 2019 European elections

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