The Deliberative Democracy Consortium

Mar 27th
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1. Deliberative Publicity
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... system would benefit from assembling and discussing promising practices for reporting each phase of our work, establishing common standards such as those in our publicity checklist, and devoting more resources ...
2. What Does Public Innovation Mean?
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... about where to place limited resources. Being "ruthlessly strategic" is at the heart of public innovation. We can't be all things to all people. We must be willing to place a stake in the ground about ...
3. Criteria to think about when voting
... (how will it help leverage other resources?) 4) Value as the basis for further innovations in research and practice; and 5) Potential application in many countries.  ...
4. Next Steps for Rebuilding Democracy
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... that we rebuild will be communities based on our deepest values of respect for each person and faith in the ability of democracy to tap into the vast resources of our people.  We can also explain that ...
5. Funding Local Democracy
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... of how to support innovative and effective forms of democratic governance. The guide is free and can be downloaded here or on the DDC resources page. The guide provides a detailed description of how local ...
6. Deliberative Democracy Fact Sheet
(About Us/Deliberative Democracy Consortium)
... leaders find the examples and resources they need to engage citizens. Integrate research and practice in the field. Integrate online and face-to-face approaches Articulate how democracy is changing. ...
7. The Deliberative Democracy Consortium
(About Us/Deliberative Democracy Consortium)
... for Public Participation; also the DDC website and a DDC e-bulletin that reports on new resources and developments from around the world. Meetings and conferences such as the annual “Frontiers of Democracy” ...
8. Public Involvement Usually Leads to Better Environmental Decision-making
(The Democracy Movement Blog/Knowledge Building)
... at the outset how it intends to use the public’s input, and should commit adequate staff and resources to public participation efforts. And agencies and the public should collaborate to identify difficulties ...
9. The Next Form of Democracy
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... and desperate for resources. In order to address persistent challenges like education, race relations, crime prevention, land use planning, and economic development, communities have been forced to find ...
... to higher political office, with little real decision-making authority and few resources. However, starting in the 1980s, most countries in Latin America underwent significant processes of decentralization ...
11. Projects
(Initiatives/Projects - General)
... is embarking on a new set of activities, each of which is aligned with one of four key priorities:   Helping all kinds of public leaders find the examples and resources they need to make informed ...
12. Deliberative Democracy FAQ
(About Us/Deliberative Democracy General)
... for decision-making often waste public resources, create unproductive conflict, and fail to tap citizen potential. They are attempting many different civic experiments -- some successful, ...
13. DDC Resources
(Resources/Member Contributions)
Resources for Elected Officials Principles of Regional Stewardship A framework that brings together conversations about livable communities, collaborative ...
14. FedNet
... working to bring together civic engagement resources for elected officials and government agency practitioners. The Link to Government group has four objectives: ...
... work through networking and collaboration, while directing the bulk of their time and resources toward the activities they do best. Much of the Consortium’s online activities are carried out through the ...
Conference Track 3 What role is there for innovative theory in civic practice? For example: how might Elinor Ostrom's Nobel-prize-winning research on "common pool resources" help citizens, public officials, ...
17. Initiatives
... on a new set of activities, each of which is aligned with one of four key priorities: Helping all kinds of public leaders find the examples and resources they need to make informed decisions ...
18. Resources
Contributions from Consortium collaborators and affiliates include: Deliberative Approaches to Governance in Latin America by Andrew Selee, Woodrow Wilson Center (August, 2003) ...