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    Definition The World Café defines itself as “a conversational process based on a set of integrated design principles that reveal a deeper living network pattern through which we co-evolve our collective future” [1] It is a methodology for hosting conversations about relevant questions and themes. The ideal is that there...
  • Thematic Dialogue Tables are used for small-group deliberation around complex or multidimensional topics. The process includes dividing or grouping 'themes' or 'areas' of a subject into manageable discussion points.
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    Definition University Student Governments serve as the official voice for students in University affairs and to external organizations. When students are brought to the table in the Universities’ decision-making process it ensures multiple voices are being heard and gives validity to the decisions and innovations of the Administration. For many...
  • Voter information services include any publicly available information regarding the general process of voting and/or the specifics of a particular election such as candidates and polling locations.
  • Method: VoterMedia

    VoterMedia is a new incentive structure for encouraging public interest media to develop, to flourish and to cover issues that matter to a voter community. A typical first-step implementation is a blog competition in a small democracy such as a student union or a municipality. Voters allocate a limited budget...
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