The Impacts of Civic Technology Conference
TICTeC is an annual milestone in the Civic Tech world, bringing together researchers, practitioners, and all those with an interest in how technology is changing the way we engage with society.
More than just a conference, TICTeC is known for its unique focus on the impacts of Civic Technologies: it’s a safe place to examine what works, what doesn’t, and how best to measure that. And the culture of TICTeC — where funders mix with practitioners, activists converse with researchers, small NGOs get as much attention as the big players — tends to create new sparks: partnerships, ideas, synergies and friendships.
Will you join us at the next TICTeC?
“TICTeC is a crucial milestone in the development of civic tech and open government, because it takes stock of what we know, what works, and how.”
— Stefaan Verhulst, The GovLab @ New York University
“TICTeC is the best concentration of practitioners, academics, and thinkers in this field that I've come across anywhere.”
— Fran Perrin, Indigo Trust
Facebook team say #tictec is the most important conference in the world for #civitech Nice work @mysociety— Amelia Loye (@Emotivate) April 25, 2017
Facebook team say #tictec is the most important conference in the world for #civitech Nice work @mysociety
Interested in #civictech or #ict4d? #TICTeC is truly one of the best "practitioners meet academic" conference. Consider attending. https://t.co/BQ88FTQM3k— Guy Grossman (@guygrossman) September 19, 2017
Interested in #civictech or #ict4d? #TICTeC is truly one of the best "practitioners meet academic" conference. Consider attending. https://t.co/BQ88FTQM3k
All the resources from when TICTeC went to Lisbon in April 2018.
A special extra edition of TICTeC in 2017, as part of Civic Tech Fest.
Everything from TICTeC 2017, which took place in Florence, Italy.
Access slides, transcripts, videos and more from our Barcelona conference of April 2016.
The first TICTeC was a one-day conference in London, UK. See the talks and materials here.
The Civic Tech conference that plugs a gap in debate, networking and research between practitioners, commentators, academics and funders of civic technology.
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