In light of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster, the Japanese government looked to a representative sample - a "scientific microcosm" of citizens - in order to better understand and reflect public opinion in its nuclear power policies.
Dialogue with the City’s aim was to make Perth the “world’s most livable city by 2030.” It was a process of engaging Perth and the grater area’s citizens in developing a planning strategy for the capital of Australia’s growing city. The Government of Australia wanted a jointly develop a plan for the future of Perth with those people who will sustain the growth of the city in the future.
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This case study was written by Sandy Heierbacher, Director of the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD), in 2001 as part of a consultancy for the Center for Disease Control's National Immunization Program.
The Constitutional Council was a body of 25 appointed Icelandic citizens, which was charged with creating a constitutional draft between 6 April and 29 July 2011. Initially the constitution was meant to be revised by a nationally elected assembly, but following a controversial Supreme Court decision to void the assembly elections, the Icelandic parliament (Althingi) appointed the elects to form a council.
Il progetto La Bottega del Futuro è un percorso volto ad attivare il confronto pubblico con i cittadini, attraverso la partecipazione e il dialogo. L'obiettivo è quello di elaborare idee e proposte per migliorare la qualità della vita, attraverso il coinvolgimento di tutte le categorie sociali, ed è quindi rivolto ai cittadini, ai rappresentanti dell'Amministrazione e al terzo settore. L'ambito territoriale di riferimento è il Comune di Casamassima, una cittadina di 18.000 abitanti circa della provincia di Bari in Puglia.