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1 Lisbon, Marie Curie Research Training Network, Contract No. MRTN-CT Principles of good participation Short presentation and world café Felix Rauschmayer, UFZ

2 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting Participation Involvement of individuals or groups who are not part of the elected or appointed legal decision making bodies in preparing, making or implementing collectively binding decisions. A participatory process is open to public input; possibly including new forms of deliberation. Public (citizen) or stakeholder participation. Participation can take place through representation when the stakeholders are organised (e.g. environmental NGOs).

3 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting Evaluation criteria Multitude of different lists Fairness and competence (Webler/Renn) GoverNat evaluation grid Dependent on aims of participation differ according to the person asked Abstract norms or context-related criteria Output-, outcome- vs. process-oriented

4 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting

5 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting Normativity of criteria Evaluation criteria need a basis for their normativity Discourse ethics / utilitarianism / pragmatism / Abstract norms or case-specific Scientists should not select the basis Scientists can present a covering list of criteria Recommending scientists cant escape normativity, but they can make it more explicit

6 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting Webler and Tuler 2006 Based on Webler et al perspectives on appropriate public participation process Science-centered consultation Egalitarian deliberation Efficient Cooperation Informed Collaboration

7 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting Policy implications (Webler et al. 2001) Design a process that meets the needs and desires of the potential participants Reflect carefully on what participants and planners expect of the process Be familiar with participation techniques and resources available Build in flexibility

8 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting questions What are - according to you - main goals of participatory processes? Can you group or classify them? Can you deduce principles of good participation from these goals? Can you group or classify them?

9 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting Schedule Presentation 11:15-11:30 First question: 11:30-11:50 1st round 11:50-12:10 2nd round 12:10-12:20 3rd round Second question: 12:20-12:40 3rd round Plenary 12:40-13:00 Documentation on posters Oldest person hosts the table Younger persons are ambassadors

10 10. – 12. January 2007Kick-off Meeting questions 1.What are - according to you - main goals of participatory processes? Can you group or classify them? 2.Can you deduce principles of good participation from these goals? Can you group or classify them?


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