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1. Tunisia, the First Arab Country to Implement PB
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... at the state and local level and to promote democratic institutions and practices. Some of this enthusiasm was translated into action with the election of parliament and a head of state, the peaceful transition ...
2. DDC Staff
(About Us/Deliberative Democracy Consortium)
... practice, in North America and around the world. Over the last twenty years, Matt has worked with public participation efforts in over 100 communities, in 40 states and four Canadian provinces. Matt serves ...
3. Deliberative Publicity
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... structure of political decision making. And, like other professional and civic movements, the field of dialogue and deliberation needs to distinguish ethical and unethical practice, separating the many ...
4. Making Public Participation Legal -- Brookings recap
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... features of the model ordinance and act. A defining theme of the conversation was the extent to which the proposed laws promote, as opposed to simply make a space for, public officials to practice quality ...
5. Is there a theory to take good practices to scale?
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy: Theory and Practice)
Can we develop a theory to take good practices to scale (such as the Ostrom model)?  ...
6. Frontiers of Democracy
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy)
Frontiers of Democracy: Innovations in Civic Practice, Theory, and Education The Third Annual Conference in Civic Studies at Tufts - 21-23 July 2011 Co-sponsored by The Deliberative Democracy Consortium, ...
7. Practitioners turn to theory to improve on existing models
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy: Theory and Practice)
Sometimes practitioners use existing models to tackle problem and then turn to theory to improve practice  ...
Using the PrioritySpend software, the results of the poll to prioritise the potential research/practice projects has been completed. Note that the results for "logged in" voters includes only those in ...
9. Comparative analysis of hybrid (online + F2F) deliberation
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
... and point in particular to the strengths of online deliberation when applied in this manner. Practice partners include designers of existing online platforms (eg. Brian Sullivan, Civic Evolution)  ...
10. Criteria added today
(Workshops/Sydney-2011)
... project? - Does it "push the field along?" - Does it apply to multiple levels of government/governance? - Does it have "general public appeal?" - Does it address a gap in current research or practice? ...
11. Criteria to think about when voting
(Workshops/Sydney-2011)
... (how will it help leverage other resources?) 4) Value as the basis for further innovations in research and practice; and 5) Potential application in many countries.  ...
12. Deliberation at its best - learning from different cultural contexts
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
...  This research would require an international team  to develop an appreciation of best practices in deliberation--drawing out the norms, experiences, forms and practices found in a range of cultures in ...
13. Combining stakeholder and citizen processes for impact
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
... also how well these configurations align with (different versions of) the principles and practices of deliberative democracy. We also will explore stakeholder and citizen experiences of different configurations. ...
14. Key workshop outcomes
(Workshops/Sydney-2011)
Set the context for deliberative democracy in theory and practice Build mutual understanding between researchers and public participation practitioners Experience different deliberative techniques ...
Identify examples of when deliberative activities/processes in both the public and business sectors that have led to the intent or practice being embedded or institutionalised (the way we do business ...
16. Workshop Timetable - DAY 1
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Timetable)
...  Build an understanding of the different roles participants in the room occupy Highlight the diversity of DD research and practice represented in the room Also: Rebecca Lazenby - Graphic illustrator ...
17. Workshop Timetable - DAY 3
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Timetable)
... practice Future activities Carson & Max Anna/Luca (60 min) Final Comments 3:30 pm Final comments   End 4:00 pm Close   [see yesterday]  ...
18. Next Steps for Rebuilding Democracy
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... as only another political trick. Obama seems to be modeling his presidency on FDR’s government “for the people”, not on the strengthening of a democracy “by the people”.  As a result, his practice has ...
19. No Taxation Without Deliberation
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... minority on the decisions being made. By refusing to publicly deliberate, it leaves open the chance to complain about the lack of deliberation.   In practice, it is hard to know whether the complaint about ...
20. Deliberative Democracy Fact Sheet
(About Us/Deliberative Democracy Consortium)
... practice at all levels of government, in North America and around the world. Founded in 2002 by leading organizations in the field of deliberative democracy. Initial funding ...
21. The Deliberative Democracy Consortium
(About Us/Deliberative Democracy Consortium)
... build knowledge, strengthen networks, and forge collaborations among researchers, practitioners, funders, and public officials at all levels of government, in order to improve democratic practice and democratic ...
22. Conference on Online Deliberation
(Headlines/U.S. News)
... and civic action. Technology enhanced community action ranges from informal communities of practice to democratic governance of formal organizations to large social movements. Learn more...  ...
23. The Deliberative Democracy Handbook
(Resources/Member Contributions)
The Deliberative Democracy Handbook is the first book to bring together the best practices and thinking on citizen participation processes. Citizen participation is both the heart of democracy and a mandatory ...
24. Taking Democracy to Scale: Trip Report
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... the opportunities for synergy and integration of face-to-face and online practices? What are opportunities and challenges to institutionalizing deliberative democracy on a national scale? What are areas ...
... institutions of deliberative democracy such as citizens forums and interest group pluralism have been given little attention in both theory and practice. This paper contributes to this relatively neglected ...
... argued that through a combination of practice and reflection, the poor could learn to analyze the world around them collectively, unmask the structures of power that oppressed them, and devise strategies ...
... the practice of text-based discussion enable reflective discourse in especially useful or valuable ways? I am thrilled to be included in this project and look forward to contributing to this research. ...
28. Knowledge Building
(Category)
... Fung (Harvard University) and Peter Levine (CIRCLE). The mission of this group is: To increase the quantity, quality and availability of knowledge about the theory and practice of deliberative democracy ...
29. FedNet
(Category)
...  Champion DD before government Build knowledge around existing practice Raise level of awareness within DDC, elsewhere of government views and practice with regards to citizen engagement and ...
... for federal government managers to cultivate a community of practice through online knowledge sharing and networking. The Deliberative Democracy Handbook Online is a section of the d-d.net website dedicated ...
31. Sydney-2011
(Category)
Deliberative Democracy: Connecting Research and Practice An invited workshop for leading researchers and practitioners from Australasia, Europe and North America. Location: New Law Building (lecture ...
Conference Track 3 What role is there for innovative theory in civic practice? For example: how might Elinor Ostrom's Nobel-prize-winning research on "common pool resources" help citizens, public officials, ...