Informed Participation brings citizens and/or stakeholders together with government to find solutions to complex issues and to build trust and confidence.
Practice Group Members
Claudia ChwaliszPolicy Analyst, OECD Open Government Unit, Paris
Doreen GroveHead of Open Government, The Scottish Government
Lauren HowardOutreach and Engagement Specialist, Open Government, Government of Canada
Timothy KipronoFounder and Executive Director of the Open Governance Institute
Tina NabatchiJoseph A. Strasser Endowed Professor of Public Administration, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
Tiago Carneiro PeixotoSenior Public Sector Specialist, The World Bank
Ernesto Velasco SánchezResearch Group in Government Administration and Public Policies, Mexico City
The Deliberation Series
This briefing book provides accessible, concise, and cogent answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about public deliberation. It hopes to spark conversations among both politicians and senior public servants on how deliberative practices can contribute to improved public engagement practices.
This guide walks practitioners through key tasks in designing Informed Participation processes, step by step, to develop an engagement process that matches the issue they are trying to solve.
This resource contains a toolkit for a two-day workshop on designing public deliberation processes.
This paper argues that problems and solutions in public deliberation typically involve narrative building.
Civic Participation: A Strategic Review of OGP Action Plans from Syracuse University
A team of experts analyzes OGP action plans to assess efforts at co-creation and identify emerging trends.
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Innovative Citizen Participation and New Democratic Institutions: Catching the Deliberative Wave
This groundbreaking OECD report draws on almost 300 cases to identify and analyze key practices in public deliberation.
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