Data

Scope of Operations & Activities
Multinational
National
Sector
Non-Profit or Non Governmental
General Issues
Economics
Science & Technology
Specific Topics
Information & Communications Technology
Links
Global Voices official website
General Types of Methods
Deliberative and dialogic process
General Types of Tools/Techniques
Facilitate dialogue, discussion, and/or deliberation
Propose and/or develop policies, ideas, and recommendations
Specific Methods, Tools & Techniques
Deliberation
21st Century Town Meeting
Town Hall
Online Deliberation

ORGANIZATION

Global Voices

November 27, 2019 03:03   (UTC +00:00) Jaskiran Gakhal, Participedia Team
July 29, 2013 14:02   (UTC +00:00) Kevin Um
Scope of Operations & Activities
Multinational
National
Sector
Non-Profit or Non Governmental
General Issues
Economics
Science & Technology
Specific Topics
Information & Communications Technology
Links
Global Voices official website
General Types of Methods
Deliberative and dialogic process
General Types of Tools/Techniques
Facilitate dialogue, discussion, and/or deliberation
Propose and/or develop policies, ideas, and recommendations
Specific Methods, Tools & Techniques
Deliberation
21st Century Town Meeting
Town Hall
Online Deliberation
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Global Voices is the international arm of AmericaSpeaks, a non-profit and non-partisan organisation which organises citizen meetings for deliberation on relevant issues.

Mission and Purpose

Origins and Development 

Organizational Structure, Membership, and Funding

Specializations, Methods and Tools

Major Projects and Events

2005 World Economic Forum

The 2005 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland featured a Global Town Hall Meeting by Global Voices, AmericaSpeaks’ international arm, where 700 world leaders prioritized and addressed some of the toughest issues facing the global community. Poverty and Equitable Globalization were voted the two top priorities. [1]

Meeting of the Minds: European Citizens' Deliberate on Brain Science

Over the course of 2005, 126 citizens from countries such as Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, and the UK, met up a handful of times within their own country and twice with citizens from other countries in order to discuss “the ethical, social, and legal implications of brain science policy and technology.” After these meetings, the citizens turned in a summary of their findings in January of 2006 to the European Parliament. [1]

Analysis and Lessons Learned

Publications

See Also

AmericaSpeaks

References

[1] https://participedia.net/organization/199

External Links

Notes