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1. Tunisia, the First Arab Country to Implement PB
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... 23 years of the brutal and corrupt regime of General Ben Ali, the people of Tunisia started to experience the basic preconditions of a democratic state for the first time. Among them are freedom of expression, ...
2. Exploitation between theorists and practitioners
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy: Theory and Practice)
The relationship between theorists and practitioners is sometimes exploitative (going in both directions).  ...
3. Practitioners turn to theory to improve on existing models
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy: Theory and Practice)
Sometimes practitioners use existing models to tackle problem and then turn to theory to improve practice  ...
4. Theory offers values rather than strategies
(Workshops/Frontiers of Democracy: Theory and Practice)
Sometimes practitioners look to theory for strategies when what it offers are values.  ...
5. An online deliberative process that delivers legitimacy
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
... same time delivering the promises of online in terms of efficiency (cost, time, accessibility) and scale. Idea: combine with world wide view process-replicate the face-to-face with an online process ...
6. Combining stakeholder and citizen processes for impact
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Research Proposals)
Governments convening programs of ‘citizen engagement’ often have separate streams for “citizens” and “organized stakeholders”. Many deliberative democrats focus exercises on individual citizens, sometimes ...
Here's another question for your input: What research questions, if answered, would allow deliberative democracy processes to contribute to resolving the complex challenges of our time?  ...
8. Key workshop outcomes
(Workshops/Sydney-2011)
...  Establish and promote the potential of deliberative democracy and public participation (especially to contribute to the resolution of complex challenges of our time) Determine priorities for further ...
9. Workshop Timetable - DAY 1
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Timetable)
Thursday 3rd February 2011 [see tomorrow] Session One - 9:00 am to 10:30 am Session Time Item Facilitator(s) Welcome 9:00 am Welcome Workshop purpose and structure Housekeeping ...
10. Workshop Timetable - DAY 2
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Timetable)
Friday 4th February 2011 [see yesterday or tomorrow] Session One - 9:00 am to 10:30 am Session Time Item Facilitator(s) Activity 1 9:00 am Driving Questions What questions ...
11. Workshop Timetable - DAY 3
(Workshops/Sydney 2011 Timetable)
Saturday 5th February 2011 [see yesterday] Session One - 10:00 am to 11:00 am Session Time Item Facilitator(s) Activity 1 10:00 am Activity Select the proposals which ...
... snapshots of the activity in the room. We hope that many participants will be willing to scribe and post material as we move forward. twitter will be used to communicate in real time to those outside ...
13. Next Steps for Rebuilding Democracy
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
By Hank Topper It may be a good time for us, the various and diverse individuals and organizations working consciously in some way to strengthen democracy, to rethink our message and our strategy.  The ...
14. No Taxation Without Deliberation
(The Democracy Movement Blog/General)
... insufficient deliberation is a legitimate complaint or just sour grapes. By analogy, when political parties withdraw from elections in developing countries, sometimes it's clear that they are protesting ...
15. America Wants National Discussions
(The Democracy Movement Blog/AmericaSpeaks)
...  At AmericaSpeaks, we’ve been waiting to see national polling results on what people think about the idea of conducting national discussions for a long time. It’s great to see that 80% number. What is ...
16. The Next Form of Democracy
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... has learned why civic engagement initiatives work - and how they sometimes fail.”   Learn more about "The Next Form of Democracy" and purchase a copy from Vanderbilt University Press online.  ...
17. Taking Democracy to Scale: Trip Report
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... it was timely.” The hub would do a number of different things: Act as a clearinghouse for best practices in the field of face-to-face deliberation Lobby and litigate ...
... in communities got named and framed. Kettering surmised, correctly, that if a public issue was named in such a way that the public could not identify with it, then the public would have a difficult time ...
... There will always be a tension between keeping the process insulated from the strategic action of interest groups, whilst at the same time allowing them access to the deliberations. Ortwin Renns (1999) ...
... further freed local authorities to make independent decisions at the same time their responsibilities and budgets increased dramatically (a process that was linked to democratization as well as to a desire ...
21. Boston Civic Summit
(The Democracy Movement Blog/AmericaSpeaks)
... time schedule, I thought our town meeting went quite well. Together, we developed a vision for the future of civic engagement, identified short- and long-term priorities for reaching that vision, and created ...
22. Expecting More from Your eGovernment
(The Democracy Movement Blog/Online Deliberation)
... sites are those giving you a say on how your taxes are spent?” asks Steven Clift, a longtime e-democracy advocate. They look at US e-government and see many applications for filing your ttaxes online ...
23. Deliberative Democracy FAQ
(About Us/Deliberative Democracy General)
... or more, deliberative democracy simply requires that representative groups of ordinary citizens have access to balanced and accurate information, sufficient time ...
24. DDC Resources
(Resources/Member Contributions)
... surmised, correctly, that if a public issue was named in such a way that the public could not identify with it, then the public would have a difficult time supporting it.  ...
25. We Have A Different Dream Today
(The Democracy Movement Blog/Knowledge Building)
... nation, involving hundreds and sometimes thousands of people in forums, trainings, workshops, and small-group dialogues. Many local leaders became experts on how to recruit citizens and set up productive ...
... 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 ...
Here is the timetable for the Deliberative Democracy Workshop: ...
28. Resources
(Section)
...  Kettering surmised, correctly, that if a public issue was named in such a way that the public could not identify with it, then the public would have a difficult time supporting ...