Tag Archive for "public-participation"

Participation Lab: A mad pre-Christmas idea?

December 10, 2014 – Simon Burall

Coming back to your RSS feeds after a long time is a bit like seeing an old friend after too long: it can take a bit of time to get going, but there are so many interesting things to catch-up on; so much fun to be had. I managed a partial catch-up last night and came across…

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The design of healthcare institutions benefits greatly from citizen participation: Claudia Landwehr

December 9, 2014 – Emily Graham

In this blog-post on Democratic Audit UK, Claudia Landwehr outlines how citizen participation can be beneficial in the design of healthcare institutions. The full article is available here.   Here is an excerpt in which Claudia Landweh describes about her research: "Engaging citizens in institutional design Are citizens interested in questions of institutional design? Or is the matter too abstract and…

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Review of Research Councils UK dialogues

January 3, 2014 – Ingrid Prikken

Research Councils UK (RCUK) commissioned Involve to conduct a review of RCUK dialogue and consultation exercises in order to identify what could be learnt more generally about public perspectives on emerging science and technology. The Research Councils have a good deal of experience of public dialogues. Various independent dialogues have been conducted around major RCUK…

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A guide to opening government: Help us to develop a citizen engagement chapter

June 3, 2013 – Tim Hughes

[caption id="attachment_4713" align="alignleft" width="148"] Opening Government ver.1[/caption] We need your help to develop a citizen engagement chapter for "The Guide to Opening Government".  In 2011, the Transparency and Accountability Initiative (T/AI) published "Opening Government" - a guide for civil society organisations, and governments, to support them to develop and update ambitious and targeted action plans…

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Citizen engagement as an act of leadership

June 3, 2013 – Simon Burall

Open Policy making is one of the Government’s big ideas. The Public Administration Select Committee completed an inquiry into it last year, and has now just released its report. This post gives an initial reaction to this. This morning the Public Administration Select Committee released its eagerly (well by me anyway) report following its inquiry…

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