This event will be held at Central European Time (CET)
Understanding how citizens’ assemblies connect to and inform policy is one important element of understanding how this approach can have an impact.
In this workshop, we will briefly review some of the challenges and opportunities that we have identified in exploring how assemblies can impact policy.
We’ll learn about places that have taken steps to ‘institutionalise’ deliberative approaches and discuss what lessons can be drawn for policy and governance.
Focusing on climate assemblies as a case example, we will spend some time on a rapid backcasting exercise to explore a vision for how climate assemblies (as a case example) can become a part of governance and how we might get there.
Dates of workshop:
Tuesday 14 April, 10:30 – 11:45 CET
Thursday 19 April 14:00 to 15:15 CET