This guide by the OECD for public officials and policy makers outlines eight models for institutionalising representative public deliberation to improve collective decision making and strengthen democracy.

OECD report.

Representative deliberative processes (referred to as “deliberative processes” for shorthand) are one of the most innovative methods of fostering citizen participation in government.

OECD public database of more than 600 examples of deliberative processes and institutions.

On 9 May 2022, after months of intense deliberations, the Conference concluded its work, putting forward a report on the final outcome that includes 49 proposals to the three EU Institutions.

The Competence Centre on Participatory and Deliberative Democracy provides the tools, resources, research and methodologies to build capacity and best practice in participatory and deliberative democracy across different levels of governance in the EU. This is the promotional video.

List of bibliography on citizen engagement recomended by the CoP team. It includes the following topics: