We involve more voices in the development of society When the Danish Board of Technology gets involved in projects and programmes that seek to change society and find solutions to complex societal issues, we attempt to involve as many people as possible … Continued
We involve more voices in the development of society When the Danish Board of Technology gets involved in projects and programs that seek to change society and find solutions to complex societal issues, we attempt to involve as many people … Continued
Establishes a forum where selected citizens, stakeholders and politicians in small groups are invited to discuss a theme. The dialogue meeting can be controlled by the DBT Foundation project managers and the results are collected and disseminated.
Participartory budgeting is a result-oriented meeting form that gives the citizens a democratic opportunity to come with their recommendation to the municipal budgeting, whilst the politicians gets a better founded and viable basis for decision.
The Future Workshop is suitable for working with local challenges and solutions. The issue being discussed at the workshop directly affects the participants. Individual participants’ experiences are brought into play. A shared interest in doing something about a problem is the common starting point.
This is a method used in both large and small groups where the participants debate critical and complex issues affecting the future. Each participant will contribute with his or her individual competence and creativity to directly influence on the final result.
Encompasses three phases: Criticism, vision and execution. The scenario workshop is based on scenarios for future development within an area or topic. The scenarios are formulated in advance.
Enables decision makers to test policy options on a representative population sample. The politicians receive clear answers and mandate to make tough, sensitive decisions from the participating citizens.
… makes it possible to reach many citizens at once to consult and involve them in the planning and development of political agendas.