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Video conferencing with integrated engagement tools

Host live videos

Host live videos and leverage your favorite engagement tools at the same time for discussions and to make decisions together.
Leverage engagement tools
Pre-configure workshops with sessions, break-out rooms, voting options, and different engagement methods.
Easily facilitate groups online
Easily facilitate larger groups using ‘speaking time’ stats and co-host with your colleagues & community members.

Meet your residents where they are

Live discussions, high quality engagement

Hold online workshops to meet your residents where they are. Have discussions and make decisions together in real time.

One centralized tool

Customize the platform’s look to be unique and recognizable by your community.

Easy to set up, easy to use

Our step-by-step guides can help you professionally set up online workshops - no prior facilitation experience required.
CitizenLab has enabled over
community engagement workshops
In 2021, governments around the world engaged virtually with
using our online workshops
More than
local governments
have used our online workshop feature to engage with their residents

See how the Workshop tool is being used

Centralize your engagement efforts with CitizenLab's digital platform and make it easier to gather insightful, data-driven feedback from your community.

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Moving forward climate action plans using online workshops
If you’re considering hosting an online workshop to engage your residents and stakeholders on climate action, here are seven concrete steps you can take.
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4 ways to use online workshops in your community engagement project
At CitizenLab, we believe that a combination of synchronous and asynchronous participation opportunities make for the most qualitative processes. Before Covid shook the world, these synchronous opportunities were mostly happening offline.
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How Almere (NL) engaged older residents through a mix of online and offline participation
Combining online and offline participation is often the best engagement option to reach a wide audience. Almere, a city in the Dutch province of Flevoland, decided to create a comprehensive strategy to support its older population.
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