CIVICS is the first civic innovation map to be developed on a daily basis by citizens from across Ibero-America. It is a digital, self-mapping tool in geolocated address book format, where you can find and add all the civic innovation happening in our cities, locate their associated events and take part in them. CIVICS is the mapping tool that contains most condensed information on current civic innovation.There are thousands of citizens who are working collectively to build a more habitable, sustainable, inclusive and participatory city. Before them, others did the same thing, demanding decent housing, mud-free streets, more communal spaces and basic services.The spaces that appear on this map show the existence of a vibrant city that is often made invisible. Spaces and projects that aim to highlight the power of critical, active citizens who have created new environments of possibility, through self-management and participation.We are firmly committed to the opportunity generated by a citizen-built map as a mechanism for openness and encounter. Mapping that builds a story that is common to Ibero-American countries. A map which, by mapping, generates social impact.Help us link people to ideas and ideas that seek people who, together, create things such as [urban vegetable gardens / cycling routes / neighbourhood solidarity, etc.]If you form part of a group, initiative, association, community, etc... go The more we are, the more we all stand to gain.
Map of initiatives
Map of events
CIVICS project code of ethics and coexistence
- We do not accept initiatives that foment expressions of hate or intolerance on gender, race, ethnicity, social position, sexual or religious orientation or origin issues.
- Registration is free and enables the system to create a panel of activity organisation and the initiative subject so that they can be amended by users themselves.
Esaú Acosta, Mauro Gil-Fournier, Miguel Jaenicke, Ale, Javier Esquillor, Ana Espejo, Mariluz Arranz, Alejandro Zappala, Alfonso Sánchez Uzábal, Chema Blanco, David Ruíz, Carlos Salgado, David Moreno, Alejandro Martín, Julián Pérez, Adriano Belisario, Ines Gil, Héctor Sánchez, Sergio López, David González, Ailin Vera, Pascual Pérez, Bentejui Hernández y Artemi Hernández.