Hello Friends of Deliberative Democracy— Happy Spring to all (though I know many of us are still tending to our relationship with an extended winter). Some New Reports Out There Check out this important new report from our friends at Philanthropy Northwest, “The Promise and Challenge of Community Democracy.” It is chock-full of interesting findings […]
Hello Friends and Champions of Deliberative Democracy— Happy February to you all. My favorite Valentine showed up yesterday in The New York Times, which quoted Obaid Malik as saying: “People are still going to go out and do their thing and have fun—maybe just in different ways. You can’t ban love,” after Pakistan prohibited Valentine’s Day […]
Hello Friends and Fellows of Deliberative Democracy– Happy New Year! Despite a good deal of evidence to the contrary, I have high hopes for democracy in 2018. I see your posts on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram—as well as your year-end newsletters—and I feel tremendously buoyed by knowing you are all out there thinking and […]
Hello Deliberative Democracy Pals— I hope you all are enjoying the same kind of delicious fall we are here in the Pacific Northwest (except for those of you in the Southern Hemisphere. . . in your case, I hope it is an equally delicious spring). Interesting Reading Here is some more reporting on James Fishkin’s […]
Hello Friends of Deliberative Democracy— Holy smokes, life takes over. But I’m glad to find you here, and happy Fall! Here’s a good smattering of what’s going on out there in Deliberative Democracy Land: Interesting Reading The summer edition of Daedalus features thirteen essays on “The Prospects & Limits of Deliberative Democracy” (guest edited by […]
HELLO FRIENDS OF DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY — Welcome back to the DDC Bulletin! Below you’ll find announcements, news of note, interesting reading, and deliberative democracy ephemera. BACK IN THE 21ST CENTURY DDC’s new website is up and running! If you have articles, links, blog posts, book reviews, or news for the good of the order, send […]
We are pleased and proud to announce that DDC has new leadership! Starting January 1, Wendy Willis will become DDC’s Executive Director, while Bruce Mallory and Kyle Bozenkto will begin their terms as co-chairs of the Executive Committee.