Since 2020, we supported around 100 people in 16 projects during three funding rounds and substantially strengthened Switzerland in the areas of civic and public interest technology. The following projects were developed during this period:

Climate Gains

Climate Gains aims to make the financing of Swiss climate projects abroad simpler, more democratic and more efficient, thus contributing to the achievement of Swiss climate goals.


Crossroads is a story-driven game in the field of interculturality with the aim of promoting social cohesion.


Demokratis makes it easier for citizens to participate in federal consultation procedures in order to better influence the legislative process.


ExoDAO wants to decentralize web search towards more privacy, less censorship and better energy efficiency compared to big tech.


Bootis enables people with motor disabilities to plan individual trips and thus participate more actively in social life.


With baloti, people without voting rights can experience Swiss direct democracy through mockup referendum votes in ten languages. brings transparency to the sustainability reporting of Swiss companies and analyzes whether they report on human rights and environmental issues, as required by the new non-financial reporting obligation.

Forum for Inclusion

The Forum For Inclusion is a web platform that lets people without voting rights share their opinions on national votes: with anonymous voice messages.


Citympact puts a simple tool in the pocket of every Gen Z citizen to make their voice heard on projects and issues affecting their municipality.


VelObserver is a tool that lets cyclists rate the quality of the cycle paths in their municipality and thereby evaluate its bike-friendliness.


With VoteLog, civil society organizations can assess parliamentarians’ voting behavior. The ratings are visualized and help to form public opinion.


FairElection creates a tool for political organisations, civil society organisations and companies to select candidates according to their self-chosen criteria of diversity/representation. In addition, everyone can use the tool to simulate the results of the latest National Council elections (2019) by modifying these same diversity criteria.


CH+ Games for Democracy

CH+ Games for Democracy uses game mechanics for political self-education and helps voters select their ideal candidates during elections. CH+ is based on co-design and invites users to be part of the design process. 


owlly enables digital democracy by holistically promoting electronic signature collection for referenda and advocates for optimal e-collecting framework conditions in Switzerland.



smartask develops a platform through which citizens can address questions or concerns directly and publicly to parliamentarians. brings democracy to schools and promotes the understanding of democracy among the youth in a sustainable way through three modules: learning  + testing + living democracy.