Data

General Issues
Governance & Political Institutions
Specific Topics
Constitutional Reform
Administration of Campaigns and Elections
Collections
OECD Project on Representative Deliberative Processes
Location
Kanagawa
Japan
Scope of Influence
Regional
Links
Overview: Deliberative Polling on Federalism Reform in Japan
OECD Project Page for Innovative Citizen Participation
Start Date
End Date
Ongoing
No
Time Limited or Repeated?
A single, defined period of time
Purpose/Goal
Make, influence, or challenge decisions of government and public bodies
Approach
Consultation
Spectrum of Public Participation
Consult
Total Number of Participants
150
Open to All or Limited to Some?
Limited to Only Some Groups or Individuals
Recruitment Method for Limited Subset of Population
Stratified Random Sample
General Types of Methods
Deliberative and dialogic process
General Types of Tools/Techniques
Facilitate dialogue, discussion, and/or deliberation
Recruit or select participants
Collect, analyse and/or solicit feedback
Specific Methods, Tools & Techniques
Deliberative Polling®
Deliberation
Survey
Q&A Session
Legality
Yes
Facilitators
Yes
Face-to-Face, Online, or Both
Face-to-Face
Types of Interaction Among Participants
Discussion, Dialogue, or Deliberation
Ask & Answer Questions
Express Opinions/Preferences Only
Information & Learning Resources
Written Briefing Materials
Decision Methods
Opinion Survey
Communication of Insights & Outcomes
Traditional Media
Public Report
Type of Organizer/Manager
Academic Institution
Local Government
Funder
Budget of the Kanagawa Prefecture
Type of Funder
Regional Government
Types of Change
Changes in people’s knowledge, attitudes, and behavior

CASE

Deliberative Poll on Federalism Reform in Japan

3 de agosto de 2020 Joyce Chen
19 de julio de 2020 Jaskiran Gakhal, Participedia Team
18 de julio de 2020 Joyce Chen
General Issues
Governance & Political Institutions
Specific Topics
Constitutional Reform
Administration of Campaigns and Elections
Collections
OECD Project on Representative Deliberative Processes
Location
Kanagawa
Japan
Scope of Influence
Regional
Links
Overview: Deliberative Polling on Federalism Reform in Japan
OECD Project Page for Innovative Citizen Participation
Start Date
End Date
Ongoing
No
Time Limited or Repeated?
A single, defined period of time
Purpose/Goal
Make, influence, or challenge decisions of government and public bodies
Approach
Consultation
Spectrum of Public Participation
Consult
Total Number of Participants
150
Open to All or Limited to Some?
Limited to Only Some Groups or Individuals
Recruitment Method for Limited Subset of Population
Stratified Random Sample
General Types of Methods
Deliberative and dialogic process
General Types of Tools/Techniques
Facilitate dialogue, discussion, and/or deliberation
Recruit or select participants
Collect, analyse and/or solicit feedback
Specific Methods, Tools & Techniques
Deliberative Polling®
Deliberation
Survey
Q&A Session
Legality
Yes
Facilitators
Yes
Face-to-Face, Online, or Both
Face-to-Face
Types of Interaction Among Participants
Discussion, Dialogue, or Deliberation
Ask & Answer Questions
Express Opinions/Preferences Only
Information & Learning Resources
Written Briefing Materials
Decision Methods
Opinion Survey
Communication of Insights & Outcomes
Traditional Media
Public Report
Type of Organizer/Manager
Academic Institution
Local Government
Funder
Budget of the Kanagawa Prefecture
Type of Funder
Regional Government
Types of Change
Changes in people’s knowledge, attitudes, and behavior

On December 9, 2009, the 150 participants of the Deliberative Poll on Federalism Reform met for one day to discuss federalism reform. The project was jointly implemented by the Kanagawa Institute for Local Autonomy and the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

Problems and Purpose

Background History and Context

Organizing, Supporting, and Funding Entities

Participant Recruitment and Selection

Methods and Tools Used

This event used the Deliberative Polling method which involves various tools of engagement including surveys (before and after), information and question and answer periods with experts, small group deliberation (such as thematic dialogue tables or future workshops) and plenary discussion.

What Went On: Process, Interaction, and Participation

Influence, Outcomes, and Effects

Analysis and Lessons Learned

See Also

Center for Deliberative Democracy

Deliberative Polling®

Deliberative Poll on Japan's Energy and Environmental Policy Options

References

External Links

Notes

Data was sourced from OECD (2020), Innovative Citizen Participation and New Democratic Institutions: Catching the Deliberative Wave, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/339306da-en