Welcome to Like!'s website!

How can we use digital improvements to innovate our public service delivery? How can we incorporate collected data for innovative solutions for regions/municipalities? And how will this all contribute to the citizen’s perspective on public service delivery?

These questions are central in Project Like! Building a local digital innovation culture

The Like! Project will:

  • Work together with 10 partners in 5 countries in the North Sea Region
  • Combine knowledge of local governments, citizens, universities and SME's
  • Co-create smarter services through 9 transnational pilots
  • Contribute to the North Sea Region Programme 2014-2020

The Like! Project partners are:

  • The Netherlands: Groningen Municipality (lead beneficiary), Groningen University, Drenthe Province, Rotterdam Municipality
  • Denmark: Aalborg Municipality
  • United Kingdom: Angus Council, Suffolk County Council
  • Belgium: Roeselare Municipality
  • Germany: Vechta Stadt, Vechta University

The Like! Project highlights:

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Latest Project News

Citizen engagement in Groninger neighbourhood

29 January 2020

The rise of digital technology and service delivery brings with it new opportunities for engaging citizens. One of these new engagement tools is the o…

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Find your sheep

29 January 2020

The province of Drenthe is well known by tourists for its beautiful nature, tranquility, dolmen of megalith and sheep. But if you would want to visit …

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Let’s Gro Together Groningen

29 January 2020

Four days, 134 activities and 18,000 visitors. The festival Let's Gro in Groningen continued to captivate a broad and committed audience from the 30th…

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Trust and mistrust in the context of eGovernment

20 November 2019

The Centre of Trust Research at University of Vechta is currently conducting a transnational research project about trust and mistrust within the cont…

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Mind of My Own project pilot results

20 November 2019

Suffolk County Council strongly believes that in order to provide the best services for children and young people, it is better to co-produce services…

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