Resources

Resources

This report, from International IDEA, aims to increase the knowledge and understanding of the potential and challenges of citizens’ assemblies and other forms of deliberative democracy, as well as their capacity to improve climate policies and climate action, with a particular focus on the Global

BiodiverCities Atlas: A participatory guide to building urban biodiverse futures presents case-studies from the BiodiverCities project and several reflections on how to meaningfully engage citizens in the making of more liveable cities. This Atlas is a collection of stories.

The report is based on a thorough portfolio analysis of H2020 and HE ERC funded projects, resulting in 215 projects addressing various aspects linked to democracy.

The Action catalogue is an online decision support tool that is intended to enable researchers, policy-makers and others wanting to conduct inclusive research, to find the method best suited for their specific project needs.

Inventory of more than 8000 civic tech projects.

Guide produced by Matt Stempeck and other civic tech experts on how to engage communities through a digital platform. It explains what digital platforms are and shows how to choose, set up, and run them.

Citizens are increasingly demanding to be actively involved in decision-making processes that affect their lives and communities. However, there are systemic barriers preventing them from participating.

Inventory of deliberative mini-publics, by Politicize.eu, organised across Europe (EU27, UK, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland) taking place between 2000 and 2020.

The deliberative mini-publics that are covered in this database are: 

Research Methods in Deliberative Democracy brings together a wide range of methods used in the study of deliberative democracy. It offers thirty-one different methods that scholars use for theorizing, measuring, exploring, or applying deliberative democracy.

Motion for a European Parliament resolution on parliamentarism, European citizenship and democracy.