Participation Compass

Participationcompass.org helps people in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors who need to involve a wider group of people in their work. The site and app provides you with information, advice, case studies and opportunities to share experiences with others to help you make your public participation activities as effective as possible.

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Room for inclusion and diversity?

Blog November 16, 2015 – Simon Burall

Since we published Room for a View a month ago, one of the most fascinating lines of debate has been around its implications for inclusion and diversity. Some responses have suggested that the systems-based analysis doesn’t…

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Participation Compass

January 7, 2014 – Metin Parlak

Involve is proud to announce the launch of our new practitioner site ParticipationCompass.org. The site is a revamped and improved version of the PeopleandParticipation.net site that was launched in 2005 and is still used by…

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From theory to reality

Blog February 26, 2013 – Metin Parlak

Metin Parlak reflects on his 8 months as Involve’s Communications Intern, the projects he’s worked on and the field of engagement.  My transition from academic to working life was fast, and life hasn’t slowed down…

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Visioning a low carbon future

Blog December 18, 2012 – Ingrid Prikken

In my previous posts I set out the context in which European cities are moving towards a low-energy future and shared some of my thoughts around citizen engagement with energy futures and climate change. In…

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Public participation for the lost

Blog November 7, 2012 – Metin Parlak

Involve's Communications Intern, Metin Parlak, introduces ParticipationCompass.org - the revamped and updated version of PeopleandParticipation.net.  Have you ever noticed that when you discover or learn something new you proceed to notice it everywhere? Psychologists call…

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