[Online Training] Citizen Engagement in Regional Planning and Policymaking
09 June at 10:00 am — 10 June at 4:00 pm
by the Community of Practice of the Competence Centre on Participatory and Deliberative Democracy
THIS TRAINING IS OPEN AND FREE TO EVERYONE. IT IS DESIGNED FOR ANYBODY WHO IS INTERESTED TO KNOW HOW TO PLAN AND DESIGN CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT IN REGIONAL PLANNING AND POLICYMAKING.
2 days total (9 hours) || ONLINE
Citizen engagement is recognised as a crucial task for socially robust, fit-for-purpose and inclusive policymaking. This training covers the rationales for citizen engagement, principles of best practice, as well as applied tools for running citizen engagement activities. The course includes a focus on the main types and methodologies of citizen engagement such as deliberation and co-creation together with case studies in their political context, and guidance on how to plan citizen engagement activities and find necessary resources. The training offers hands-on and practical exercises, in which participants will be invited to work on their own applied case.
The training will consist of four main modules:
Module 1: Rationales of citizen engagement across public policy settings
Module 2: Political context including local, regional and EU level initiatives
Module 3: Approaches and methods with case study examples
Module 4: Planning citizen engagement in a case study
Register in advance for this training:
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