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Tag Archive for "public-engagement"

Reflections from Engage 2020 Conference – Citizen Voice in Responsible Research & Innovation

November 19, 2015 – Reema Patel

  Engage 2020 is a European Commission funded research project focused on sharing best practice in engaging the public about responsible research and innovation. The project culminated in a conference in Brussels last week, an opportunity to collaborate with and share best practice across the member states of the EU''s borders about effective engagement on…

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Deliberation as compromise or sell-out?

October 23, 2015 – Simon Burall

Graham Smith of Westminster University’s Centre for the Study of Democracy gave me the space to think and the source material which stimulated my thinking as I wrote Room for a View. In his blog post responding to its publication, he highlights a significant tension contained within my analysis: “I worry that some deliberative theorists…

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We’re recruiting for two Policy Researchers at Involve

Published: July 2, 2015

Vacancy: Policy Researcher (x 2) Pay: £22,500 - £27,500 Hours: Full time – 35 hours a week Start Date: As soon as possible Location: 33 Corsham Street, London, N1 6DR – near Old Street London Underground Station   Two exciting roles are opening up at Involve, a think-tank and a charity on a mission to…

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Your vote isn’t important

April 24, 2015 – Simon Burall

I'm on a fortnight's writing retreat to read up on democratic theory and reflect on our work of the past 6 years. My conviction that fixating on voting reform (while important) won't miraculously lead to meaningful democratic reform has been reinforced.  Involve’s work is based on both the theory and practice of public engagement. This…

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Bored in purdah? Here’s some reading

April 17, 2015 – Amy Pollard

Purdah is in full swing. For those who are unfamiliar, this is the period before an election when civil servants are prevented from doing anything that might favour one political party or another - and it makes for unusual lull in the normal cacophony of Whitehall announcements. A very broad range of activities are off…

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Announcing the design of NHS Citizen

April 14, 2015 – Emily Graham

The NHS Citizen project team has now published the design for NHS Citizen on a new microsite. For the last year and a half, the project team has been working on developing and designing NHS Citizen – commissioned by NHS England to develop a blueprint for how citizens can play a more active role in…

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