CIPAST Newsletter January 2006
The quarterly CIPAST newsletter is the additional information tool to the CIPAST Discussion list and the Forum Debate with its brief information and ongoing discussion with reports and articles that represent the current situation of participatory procedures in Europe.Please find below the contributions to this first issue of the CIPAST newsletter.
The next issue will be published in April 2006. Please feel free to contribute.
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Please read the abstracts of the contributions below:
Expanding the network to newcomers
CIPAST - database on actors involved in participation and participatory processes
The CIPAST consortium decided to set up a database of actors involved or interested in participation and participatory processes, in order to facilitate knowledge and information transfer between the members of the network. This database will in particular identify key persons or institutions that may concretely contribute to promote the development of participatory procedures in their country. It will also provide statistics on the kind of actors and thematic fields represented.>>more
Innovative European-wide citizens´ participation pilot project
European citizens´ panel on the role of rural areas in European Societies
The Foundation for Future Generations (Belgium), the Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation (France/Switzerland), the Bernheim Foundation (Belgium), the Evens Foundation (France/Belgium/Poland) and the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust (UK) have initiated a project that will result in the creation of an innovative participatory tool, designed to: >>more
ZIRN and DIALOGIK
After the demise of the Centre of Technology Assessment in Germany at the end of 2003, recently two new research institutes were established: the "Interdisciplinary Research Unit for Risk, Governance and Sustainable Technology Development (ZIRN)" within the International Centre of Cultural and Technological Studies at the University of Stuttgart, and a non-profit corporation called DIALOGIK for the investigation of communication processes between science, civil society, and the public. >>more
Pervasive Healthcare in the Danish
Participatory Methods Toolkit
Post-Forum brochure "Questions of Science"
Meeting of Minds
Proceedings of 2nd International Living Knowledge Conference
Citizen Participation in practice- case studies from Africa
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