Non-profit organizations

Collaborate more effectively and achieve your goals

As a non-profit organisation, you are a group of people who want to work together to promote a clear purpose. Working together is not always easy - but digital democracy opens up new opportunities for constructive collaboration.


Sometimes agendas, minutes, endless meetings can tire and discourage members from getting involved. Poor governance, intrigue or conflict can also make things difficult and hamper effective and constructive cooperation in an association. These problems are often compounded by the fact that members are not always able to communicate with each other, express their views or have an influence other than once a year at the annual meeting.


With digital democracy, all members can be included and involved in a continuous and effective dialogue where new issues are addressed and decided upon as the need arises. Full transparency enables scrutiny and encourages honesty, cooperation and a focus on issues rather than conspiracy theories about what different groups are up to.

Why use digital democracy?

  • Real influence creates commitment
    Use Flowback - our digital democracy tool - to give members real influence in your organisation all year round. Members who have a real say are engaged, motivated and empowered.
  • Keep the organisation together
    Members' experiences constantly shape the organisation, and vice versa. Flowback rewards and promotes cooperation and a focus on issues rather than intrigue, conflict and temporary coalitions.
  • Full transparency and openness promotes democracy
    By using digital democracy tools internally, the decision-making structure becomes transparent and accessible to all members. Documents can be uploaded in a standardized way and read by everyone. Transparency builds trust and cooperation.

Ready for a global democratic revolution?


The Digital Democracy Association is a non-profit association that is religiously and politically independent. It aims to support and promote effective democratic organisation of people at all levels: from small networks and organisations at grassroots level to large companies, political parties and organisations at national and international level.

Its ultimate goal is a world in which everyone's influence and participation is maximised in a way that is compatible with high flexibility, efficiency and power to act in human co-operation and organisations. The Association's sub-goals are to (i) develop innovative open-source tools for digital democratic organisation (ii) disseminate knowledge and stimulate interest in effective democratic decision-making and organisational practices (iii) support organisations and companies to improve their internal democracy.