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Summary of Ideas: how to Facilitate Citizen Engagement?


Date:
06. February, 2018


Summary of ideas from the regional conference Best practices of citizen engagement in the Baltic Sea region.

Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS has created a short summary of best practices on how to facilitate citizen engagement by using e-petitions, idea crowd-sourcing tools, non-internet activities, communication with elected representatives and protest demonstrations.

(Full Summary Available Herepdf)

These ideas were created in World Café workshops organized as a part of the regional conference Best practices of citizen engagement in the Baltic Sea region in June, 2017.

More information about the event, including video recordings, is available here.

The event was organised with the support of the Europe for Citizens Programme of the European Union and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung. Responsibility for the content of this event lies with the Centre for Public Policy PROVIDUS.

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