The Institute of Innovative Governance is an independent, non-partisan non-governmental organization which aims to promote innovation through the interaction with various governmental and civil society actors and conduct high-quality policy research. Human rights-based approach and innovation are our guiding values and principles in the process of research and the implementation of projects. We truly believe that innovation is the driver of the progress and the key to the existing problems. Innovation gives us the possibility to find the most interesting and optimal solutions to the severest challenges of today’s interconnected world. We also think that an individual and the rights must be at the core of every decision, driven by innovation, to produce by far the most favourable outcomes to the society. Our priority is to keep up with a fast pace of technological and innovational advancement. Therefore, conducting independent high-quality research and the implementation of civic-tech projects beneficial to the public interest is the essence of what we do, guided by the core principles of our organization – innovation and human rights. Our experts will find the innovation-driven solutions to the hottest issues via thorough and empirical research. We base our analysis on strong evidence, reliable data and the usage of an appropriate methodology. Our team of analysts produces on a monthly basis policy briefs, aimed at bringing the most alarming issues to the agenda and propose the effective policy options within the European Union. A group of policy analysts issues regularly analytical articles focusing on innovations and the future of economy, work, education, society, health, environment, digital trends and threats. And the advisory board consisting of well-known and experienced professionals in the field always make sure that the research and analytical work is headed in the right direction. We are also committed to challenging ‘the status quo’ of the current state of affairs in the institutional structures and civil society, strengthening the capacity of innovative democracy and protecting human rights by introducing and implementing civic-tech projects. The basis of our work is strong methodology, reliable evidence and data, professional advocacy and concise findings which will help to shape the policy.