Eager to learn more about what’s happening at the cutting edge of climate assembly practice and theory? Do you want to know how your fellow officials, practitioners, researchers and activists are shaping the future of assemblies?
Then the KNOCA innovation market on Tuesday 5 March, 2-4pm is the place to be!
If you have not been to one of our innovation markets before, you’re in for a treat. Fellow KNOCA members give short pitches of their ideas and practices. You choose which one you want to learn more about and discuss further in breakout groups. You get to do this twice.
The topics and presenters are:
- Citizens Assemblies PLUS – No Transformation Without Implementation with Marina Leibfried, Founder & Director, Leibfried Prozessbegleitung, Germany
- Municipal imagination: could a movement of bottom-up imagination catalyse change? with Phoebe Tickell, Founder of Moral Imaginations, United Kingdom
- The principle of “The whole system in the room” with Miriam de Pagter, G1000.nu, The Netherlands
- A critical discussion of ”Future scenarios” tools with Maria Jagaciak, Civic Participation Specialist, The Shipyard Foundation (Fundacja Stocznia), Poland
- RAPID Democracy model: How to involve the right people at the right time in deliberative democratic processes with Oliver Holtaway Research Director of New Citizenship Project, United Kingdom.
- The CLIMAS method: How to increase the effectiveness of climate assemblies in influencing public policy with Yago Bermejo Abati, Co-founder and co-director of Deliberativa, Spain
- Collaborative ecosystem for mass participation with Forrest Sparks, Director, Democratic Design & Engagement at The Assembly Project (TAP), & Philip Lindsay, Progam Manager, The Democracy Innovation Hub at Bard College, USA