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Member statements
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"Our membership in the Center for Digital Welfare provides us a network of other practitioners as well as researchers, and a place where we can discuss digital challenges and gather new inspiration for our professional practice."

 

Marika Sabroe, Programme manager at Constructive Communities

Nikolaj SKovmann Implement

”In Implement we are doing a lot of work on public digital transformations. Therefore, we find it natural to take part in the important and interesting work with the Center for Digital Welfare. I have participated in the working group for the agile state. Through the working group meetings and field trips I have found great value in being able to share and discus my practical insights and experiences with peers and researchers thus gaining access to new perspectives and knowledge relevant to my daily work.”

 

Nikolaj Skovmann Malkov, Manager at Implement Consulting Group

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“Through the working groups (The Agile State and Digital Citizenship) we have gained access to an inspiring interdisciplinary space, where we can discuss digitization of the welfare state together with other researchers and practitioners. It is a super complex subject, and therefore it is extra important to have a specific and trustful exchange between researchers and practitioners.”. 

Rikke Frank Jørgensen, Senior Researcher at the Danish Institute for Human Rights

Join the CDW

What does it mean to be a CDW member?

As a member in the CDW, your organization participates in various activities within specific working groups, as well as joint activities across the CDW. The CDW memberships aim at creating a mutual knowledge-sharing hub focused around topics related to digital welfare. Thus, members are given access to on-going research and tentative findings and insights pertaining to the individual working group’s current projects.


Who can become a CDW member?

The CDW members include a wide range of actors in the digital welfare landscape, including public authorities, industry, interest organisations, academia, entrepreneurs, grassroot organizations, opinionists / influencers, politicians, etc. Their mutual interest and varied experience with digital welfare bind the members together, and in cooperation with the CDW researchers they make out strong knowledge hubs on topics specific to the CDW working groups.


What are the expectations of CDW members?

Besides a yearly participants fee, the CDW members are strongly encourage to take active part in their individual working groups and in the CDW. Showing up for working group meetings, engaging with the CDW researchers and other members on common projects, and sharing experiences and critiques are key points in making the CDW memberships a success, for members and researchers alike