After Gen X, characterised by big societal shifts, Gen Y (better known as millennials), and the digital native Gen Z, we’re seeing a new generation that is growing up in a future shaped by different dynamics and technological developments. This creates opportunities for borders to fade and traditional networks to decentralise.LEARN MORE
This year’s pandemic compromised the natural course of democratic elections globally, stressing common pre-existing issues. Elections, providing measures to minimise risk, had lower voter turnout compared to previous years, but those who postponed elections put the very core of democracy at risk. All of this highlights the need for an online voting system to run in tandem with traditional voting options. We explore what's available and what's possible.
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dGen is an independent non-profit research institute. We focus on how emerging technology can contribute to a decentralised future in Europe and what this might mean for people, society, private entities, and the public sector over the coming decades.