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Exploring the Future of Science engagement

September 30th, 2014 | by Edward Andersson

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Edward Andersson argues that the coming decade will be highly innovative for science engagement. Early next month Engage2020 will run a second workshop on the future of engagement in science and technology. Time spent thinking about the future is a … more » – Exploring the Future of Science engagement

Trusting politicians on democratic reform is a mugs game

NHS Citizen: A Continuous Learning Cycle

Letter to the Times: What would Scotland’s place in the world be?

Are local conversations our best chance for tackling climate change?

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Can you hear me? Citizens, Climate Change & Open Local Government

Citizens climate change and open local government

  In this new publication Involve looks at how local authorities are engaging citizens on climate change, energy futures and sustainable living. It explores how an open government approach might lead to improved governance of these complex issues. Each year … more » – Can you hear me? Citizens, Climate Change & Open Local Government

Story of the UK National Action Plan 2013-15

Open Government Guide: Citizen Engagement & Public Services

Review of Research Councils UK dialogues

Envisioning the library of the future

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