5 - Always Tied to Other Issues

A Citizens' Summit is a large, deliberative event on broad topic. Summits are typically organized to inform citizens on an issue and to gather feedback or proposals.
Civic or 'public' journalism treats writers and readers of news media as participants in the democratic process rather than passive reporters or observers. Civic journalism reports news in a way that encourages and facilitates public deliberation on political and social issues.
1st version 05/16 by Priscila Zanandrez Martins, UFMG, Brazil. Problems and Purpose The National System of Social Participation is organized, so, in a set of institutional measures and strengthening of the tools and existing participation mechanisms and their interface with the new forms and languages, especially virtual, in a flexible...
Local-to-Local Dialogues are used by Grassroots Organisations Operating Together in Sisterhood (GROOTS Kenya), to empower and giving a voice to marginalized demographics such as women.
Author: 
Multi-criteria decision analysis is a rigorous decision-making method that can be used to analyse possible options for complex decisions. It enables decision-makers to evaluate options against an explicit set of criteria and avoids confusion by following a systematic, highly structured process. It has been used most extensively in democratic innovations...
An electoral district forum is an online non-partisan discussion board for the constituents of a single officeholder to interact with their political leaders and each other.
An example of a possible implementation of Fundamental human needs in a process of political decision-making.
Update February 2015: the e-Deliberation platform has been retired; it failed to reach escape velocity. An e‑Deliberation™ event is a collaborative deliberation process mediated online. Participants work individually, in teams, and as a group to address or resolve the Focus of the event. The process is systematic and is consent-based...
Choicework Dialogue -- also called Choice-Dialogue or ChoiceDialogue -- developed by Viewpoint Learning, is a structured and facilitated method of face-to-face, in-person deliberation in which a representative sample of approximately 40 individuals deliberates for 8 hours about a policy issue. The method requires participants to read workbooks containing information about...
The Occupy movement would not be possible without the use of social media to connect, organize, coordinate, and expand.
Subscribe to RSS - 5 - Always Tied to Other Issues