Information for G02858
Shorts: Four brief analyses of citizens’ juries and similar participatory processes (PLA 58)
Guest editors: Tom Wakeford and Jasber Singh.
• Ignoring and suppressing grassroots participation in a northern English town
Tom Wakeford, Bano Murtuja, and Peter Bryant
• The art of facipulation? The UK government’s nuclear power dialogue
Transcript of UK TV’s Channel 4 News, 19th September, 2007
• Genetically Modified Meetings: the Food Standards Agency’s citizens’ jury
Extract from a report from Policy Ethics and Life Sciences (PEALS) Research Centre, Newcastle University, UK
• If we have time, motivation and resources to participate, does that mean we gain authority and power?
Right 2B Heard Collective and Swingbridge Video
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