The purpose of EUARENAS WP7 activities is to openly extract, discuss, and share the most significant lessons regarding deliberative democracy. The development of activities and deliverables are intended to offer clear and practical information for a variety of end-users, including local actors, the European Commission, the general public, civil society, social entrepreneurial players, and the policy research community. In keeping with the overall approach of the project, the policy considerations and change-making tools attempt to respect the uniqueness of local contexts while offering clear instructions on how to design better policies that encourage citizen democratic involvement and social justice. Therefore, the pilot city experimental phase and communication are critical. Thus, from research institutions to municipalities, the project may map and address the many needs and obstacles that may occur while building and executing a deliberative democracy initiative. As a result, this document is the outcome of a collaborative process of observation, interpretation, and synthesis. Key-contributions have come and will come from all the partners of the consortium, and in particular: WP 1 and WP2 have been framing the topic of the EC Policy Brief focused on access and inclusion in democracy, WP3-4-5 are providing concrete example from case studies, events and pilots, while WP6 is supporting the dissemination of messages and the engagement of the Community of Practice to validate messages and testing the transferability of findings, WP10 (and 2) is favoring the correct implementation of ethical requirements and issues in line with the Responsible Research and Innovation approach.

EC Policy Brief: access and inclusion in democracy / Kappler, Luna; Iaione, Fernando Christian; Nato, Alessandro. - (2022).

EC Policy Brief: access and inclusion in democracy

Luna Kappler;Christian Iaione;Alessandro Nato
2022

Abstract

The purpose of EUARENAS WP7 activities is to openly extract, discuss, and share the most significant lessons regarding deliberative democracy. The development of activities and deliverables are intended to offer clear and practical information for a variety of end-users, including local actors, the European Commission, the general public, civil society, social entrepreneurial players, and the policy research community. In keeping with the overall approach of the project, the policy considerations and change-making tools attempt to respect the uniqueness of local contexts while offering clear instructions on how to design better policies that encourage citizen democratic involvement and social justice. Therefore, the pilot city experimental phase and communication are critical. Thus, from research institutions to municipalities, the project may map and address the many needs and obstacles that may occur while building and executing a deliberative democracy initiative. As a result, this document is the outcome of a collaborative process of observation, interpretation, and synthesis. Key-contributions have come and will come from all the partners of the consortium, and in particular: WP 1 and WP2 have been framing the topic of the EC Policy Brief focused on access and inclusion in democracy, WP3-4-5 are providing concrete example from case studies, events and pilots, while WP6 is supporting the dissemination of messages and the engagement of the Community of Practice to validate messages and testing the transferability of findings, WP10 (and 2) is favoring the correct implementation of ethical requirements and issues in line with the Responsible Research and Innovation approach.
EC Policy Brief: access and inclusion in democracy / Kappler, Luna; Iaione, Fernando Christian; Nato, Alessandro. - (2022).
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