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Published on June 27, 2010

Deliberative Public Engagement: Nine Principles (Türkçe)

By Annie Quick

Annie Quick is Researcher and Team Coordinator. She has a background in different methods of deliberation and participation and in youth democracy.

Deliberative public engagement coverDeliberative public engagement is a distinctive approach to involving people in decision-making. It is different from other forms of engagement in that it is about giving participants time to consider and discuss an issue in depth before they come to a considered view.

Deliberation itself – where a range of people learn, discuss and work out solutions together – is not new. Forums, advisory groups, partnerships and some forms of consultation have done this for years and are becoming increasingly sophisticated. More recently, citizens’ juries and large-scale citizens’ summits have found favour with government and public service providers at both local and national levels.

The aim of this document is to encourage and support good quality deliberative public engagement activities. The authors believe that when done well, such activities can help to create better public services, promote social cohesion and foster a thriving democracy.

The book has been produced by Involve, the National Consumer Council and Diane Warburton at Shared Practice as the lead author. The production of the principles was informed by a series of stakeholder discussions held between November 2007 and April 2008.

English: Deliberative Public Engagement: Nine Principles

Or, in Turkish:

Türkçe: Müzakereci Halk Katılımı: Dokuz Ilke

In French:

Français: Participation publique délibérative: 9 principes



One Response to “Deliberative Public Engagement: Nine Principles (Türkçe)”

  1. December 30, 2016 at 9:19 am

    Need these principles for engaging communities

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