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Deliberation and National Issue Forums

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James Bunker

on 18 January 2018

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Transcript of Deliberation and National Issue Forums

DELIBERATION AND NATIONAL ISSUE FORUMS
What does Deliberation Mean?
When people deliberate, they carefully examine a problem and arrive at a well-reasoned solution after a period of inclusive, respectful consideration of diverse points of view.

John Gastil
Debate, Dialogue, and Deliberation
Characteristics of Deliberation
Discourse with other citizens
Discourse is a form of participation
Formal and informal
town hall meetings
media, face to face, phone, email, internet
Focused on local, state, national issues
Benefits of Public Deliberation
Emphathetic, open-minded, reason centered is expected to produce positive outcomes

Citizens become more more engaged in civic affairs

Tolerance for opposing viewpoints

Understand own preferences and make better arguments

Set aside win-lose approach as fate is linked to others

Faith in democratic process increases and creates empowerment

Political decisions becomes more informed by reasons and evidence
Nonpartisan, nationwide network of locally sponsored public forums for the consideration of public policy issues
Offers citizens the opportunity to join together and deliberate

Provide a way for people of diverse views and experiences to seek a shared understanding of a problem and search for common ground to action

Explore three approaches to this issue

Moderater and Issue Guides
Issue Guides
Deliberative Guidelines


Deliberative dialogue not debate
Explore agreements and disagreements
Exploration not knowing all the answers
Open honest dialogue
Examples and personal experience are welcome
Forum Rules


Read the brief available from MYLMUCONNECT
Everyone participates
No one dominates the discussion
Deliberation focuses on issue choices
Consider all major issue choices
Listen and respect views of otthers
#womeninpolitics




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Empowerment
EXCESSIVE POWER OF WHITE MEN
MAKERS: WOMEN IN POLITICS
www.makers.com/documentary/womeninpolitics


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