The Earthquake Commission Inquiry (EQCI) was established after a series of devastating earthquakes ripped through New Zealand in 2010 and 2011, leaving many homeless, displaced or injured and nearly 200 dead. The Earthquake Commission is a state-funded body that acts as an insurance company for those affected, but following the string of disasters at the start of the decade, many were still waiting on their claims to be honoured nearly a decade later.

The EQCI was set up to investigate what went wrong, and how to move forward. They used Citizen Space to consult with the public and gather evidence – read the full story here.

If you’d like to learn more about what Citizen Space can do for your organisation, book a free demo and we’ll walk you through it.