Published on October 18, 2009

World Wide Views on Channel 4 News

By Thea Shahrokh

Thea has worked for Involve since January 2009, she is on unpaid leave until the end of 2011. During this period she will be working as a Volunteering Advocacy Adviser with the VSO National Volunteering Programme and the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport in Guyana. Thea will be posting a monthly blog on the Involve website to share her experiences, and what she has learnt about civic engagement and participation while in Guyana.

Involve’s climate change project World Wide Views was featured on Channel Four news this Sunday past (18th October) between 6.35-7.05pm.

The World Wide Views project is the first-ever, globe-encompassing democratic deliberation in world history. WWViews enabled 4,400 citizens from 38 countries all over the world to define and communicate their positions on issues central to the UN Climate Change negotiations (COP15), which take place in Copenhagen from December 7 – 18, 2009.

To read more interesting news and updates on the project please click here

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