The Design for Change methodology is broken into four steps: feel, imagine, do, and share and is based on the belief that the student should have more autonomy over the learning process and that, ultimately, it is up to them to enact social change.
The Enquiry-by-Design method is used in urban renewal projects and involves a consensus building approach among a diverse array of participants. Citizens are involved from the very beginning of the project till the final stages and are assisted by a technical team, stakeholders and government officials.
This conference was constructed after the Danish Consensus model: a three to four day public conference at which both technically and socially relevant aspects of a new technology are discussed. It is usually divided into four stages: selection of an overall topic; recruitment and selection of the lay panel members;...
Permanent political-institutional bodies linked to the administrative structure of the Brazilian State and related to a public policy area. Composed of representatives of government, civil society and, in some cases, members of the private sector the nature, objectives and parameters their functioning are determined by the establishing laws.