In a Knowledge Safari, participants are divided into heterogeneous groups. In the plenary, when the groups have explored all the stages, a spokesperson is identified who summarizes everything that was written in the stage in which they are.
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Problems and Purpose
Origins and Development
How it Works
In a Knowledge Safari the participants are divided into heterogeneous groups: each stage has a theme to explore, the participants are distributed among the stages; each group reflects on the theme of their stage; participants present the proposals to their group and write them on the poster relating to their stage for the next group to read; every 10 minutes the groups move clockwise to the next stage; they read the question and the answers left by those who came first and add other ideas and proposals. In the plenary, when the groups have explored all the stages, a spokesperson is identified who summarizes everything that was written in the stage in which they are. Finally, the contributions are collected in a report by a team composed of a mix of participants from the various groups. 
Analysis and Lessons Learned
Flood Risk Management Plan of the Po River Basin
 RER, Emilia-Romagna Region (2014), Participatory planning for the plan flood risk management report, Final Report, October & gt; http: //partecipazione.regione.emilia-romagna.it/iopartecipo/valutation -... [dead link]
https://openpolicy.blog.gov.uk / 2016/03/07 / exploring-the-evidence / & nbsp;
https://designforedpolicy.org/evidence-safari & nbsp;
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