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1. Tunisia, the First Arab Country to Implement PB
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... implemented participatory budgeting projects in four municipalities: La Marsa, Menzel Bourguiba, Tozeur and Gabès. The residents of these four municipalities proposed 63 projects, and after a process of ...
2. Deliberative Publicity
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... publicity. The checklist provides guidance about the kind of information that will be needed for those who did not attend the forum to understand its purposes, the processes of deliberation, and the policies ...
3. What Does Public Innovation Mean?
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... devices, development of new online platforms, or the launch of new citizen participation processes. All potentially important. Each possibly necessary. But, I believe, they miss a larger point. When ...
4. Making Public Participation Legal -- Brookings recap
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... establish a public participation advisory board. The purpose of this board is, “to advise the city council on the design, implementation, and evaluation of public participation processes for determining ...
5. Participedia
(Initiatives/Projects - General)
... political processes. The hubs for Participedia are UBC (research based on, and to build, Participedia), McMaster University (tools for practitioners based on Participedia), and Syracuse (classroom use ...
6. Inclusion at multiple process points
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy: Neutrality)
Focus on inclusion at multiple points of a process (topic selection, process design, framing, facilitation, convening, etc.).  ...
7. Design around clear goals
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy: Neutrality)
Be clear and explicit and transparent about goals, and design the process to match those goals. The process flows from the purpose.  ...
8. Ground processes in the community
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy: Neutrality)
Processes should be grounded in the words and perspectives of the community.  ...
What can we learn about trying to embed deliberative processes into policy and decision making from what happened in Western Australia under Gallop's premiership? "It was just a fad. We made sure it ...
10. Comparative analysis of hybrid (online + F2F) deliberation
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
While many focus on the potential of online deliberation on its own, there may be advantages to combining both online and face-to-face phases sequentially in a single process. There have been several ...
Using current (QLD/VIC) and emergent disasters as an action research space to understand current processes. understand how deliberative democracy processes can be embedded within disaster recovery. ...
12. What is the legacy of a deliberative process?
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
What is the legacy of a deliberative process event on participants and their organisations after a deliberative event? Context: 3 days; 18 countries (Japan, China, Aust., Pacific islands, Malaysia, Singapore, ...
13. Voting now open on R&P projects
(Workshops/Sydney-2011)
You can now vote on which of the proposals that emerged at the Researcher and Practitioner meeting in Sydney should be funded. The PrioritySpend voting process will give you 100 "tokens" which you can ...
Using a deliberative youth jury process designed by young people themselves, offer various proposals as alternatives to partisan politics. Also convene a senior's jury using the same process. Compare ...
15. An online deliberative process that delivers legitimacy
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
Research the design of online processes that would translate face-to-face deliberative methods such that they deliver the promises of deliberative democracy--effectiveness and legitimacy, while at the ...
16. Combining stakeholder and citizen processes for impact
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
... with other ways of involving stakeholder groups (e.g. in developing briefing materials or as expert witnesses). And there are collaborative processes that blend these groups more fully. (Stakeholders are ...
17. Exciting developments in DD
(Workshops/Sydney-2011)
Exciting developments in DD: - potential of online media - more case studies to learn from - attempts to embed DD processes (not just in gov't but in community) - better understanding/exploration ...
18. Success factors
(Workshops/Sydney-2011)
Things that seem to factor into the success of DD projects: - structure of process - involving decision makers - multiple incentives for different people to participate - relevance/salience of ...
Here's another question for your input: What research questions, if answered, would allow deliberative democracy processes to contribute to resolving the complex challenges of our time?  ...
20. Deliberating in School
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
Action Research Process to trial and document/evaluate transforming a traditional school (disadvantaged) into a deliberative system of governance. building civic governance learning about governance ...
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 ...
22. Workshop Timetable - DAY 2
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Timetable)
... and topics?) Background to moving from individual to collective concerns Define the process for discussing and developing research questions in the next two sessions Abbie Jeffs, Lucy Cole-Edelstein ...
23. Next Steps for Rebuilding Democracy
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... responsibility to governments, experts, corporations.  This “political bubble” of over confidence in experts has gone on much longer than the economic bubble.  It has been a long and gradual process beginning ...
24. Funding Local Democracy
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... in this field, describes some of the most influential models and processes, and provides examples of particularly significant democratic governance efforts. It also outlines some of the cutting-edge questions ...
25. Democracy Helpline
(Initiatives/Projects - General)
... who indicates a desire to work with residents in low-income neighborhoods will be presented with case studies like the Neighbors Building Neighborhoods process in Rochester, New York, and the Strong Neighborhoods ...
26. Public Involvement Usually Leads to Better Environmental Decision-making
(The Democracy Movement Blog/Knowledge Building)
... scientists are usually in the best position to analyze the effects of environmental processes and actions, good analysis often requires information about local conditions, which is most likely to come ...
27. GOP Website Offers Platform Input
(Headlines/U.S. News)
[From NPR.org] The Platform Committee for the Republican National Convention has launched a Web site to introduce participatory democracy to the platform-writing process. Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) says ...
28. 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 ...
29. The Next Form of Democracy
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... a dramatic shift. More than ever before, citizens are educated, skeptical, and capable of bringing the decision-making process to a sudden halt. Public officials and other leaders are tired of confrontation ...
30. The Change Handbook
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... methods, and sustaining results. It also describes each change method's essential concepts and processes and provides advice on when to use each method. Including ninety contributors, with many of the ...
31. Thrilling Show of People Power
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... civil way. They voted, offered comments, and moved on to the next item on the agenda. We have a word for what they were doing. The word is democracy. And because the process was an ...
... processes such as citizens juries and consensus conferences seek to include a broad cross section of lay citizens. Advocates of these processes, referred to collectively in this paper as citizens ...
... this sort of approach is the right thing to do. These approaches share several characteristics in common. First, they engage citizens in ongoing participation in the political process ...
34. Boston Civic Summit
(The Democracy Movement Blog/AmericaSpeaks)
... Civic Action Teams to follow up on the priority items (among the long-term priorities was to establish the civic summit as a regular event). I’m really interested to see where the process goes in the future. ...
35. Expecting More from Your eGovernment
(The Democracy Movement Blog/Online Deliberation)
... process. Expecting More from your E-Government starts with a challenge from Steve Clift: “Isn’t it interesting that the best-designed government websites are those collecting your taxes, while the worst ...
36. Deliberative Democracy FAQ
(About Us/Deliberative Democracy General)
...  to implementation. How does deliberation happen? There is a growing inventory of methods to bring the public into decision-making processes at all ...
37. DDC Resources
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... to these ten points can help assure an effective and successful process (November 17, 2005) Using the Power to Convene A "how to" for legislative ...
38. Knowledge Building
(Category)
... well as the strengths and weaknesses of various models. Increase information about the outcomes of deliberative processes and highlight their value to various constituencies. Develop better assessment ...
... process with the desire to achieve more equitable outcomes. In the classroom, the question is how to present all perspectives on an issue yet take a definitive stance in an effort to educate for democracy. ...
40. Resources
(Section)
...  for innovative deliberative democratic processes such as citizens juries and consensus conferences seek to include a broad cross section of lay citizens.  ...