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New Democracy Foundation

New Democracy Foundation er en australsk fond, der arbejder med demokratiudvikling ud fra principperne i deliberativt demokrati.[1]

Involveret i NDF (blandt mange flere): Luca Belgiorno-Nettis (grundlægger), Lyn Carson, Kathy Jones, Iain Walker.

Forkortelse: NDF.

Referencer
1. New Democracy Foundation, hjemmeside: http://www.newdemocracy.com.au/



Baggrund

New Democracy Foundation blev grundlagt i 1992[2] af Luca Belgiorno-Nettis.

Referencer
2. New Democracy Foundation, oprindelig introduktion: http://www.newdemocracyworld.org/old/intro.htm



Virke

New Democracy Foundation advokerer for et Citizens' Senate[3], et australsk trediekammer hvor borgerne deltager i lovgivnings processen.

NDF har igennem årene arrangeret en række deliberationer, hvor blandt andet modellen Citizen Jury har været brugt. Den mest ambitiøse deliberation, som kommer tæt på ønsket om et Borgernes Parlament, var i 2009: Australian Citizens' Parliament.

Referencer
3. A Citizens' Senate, oprindelig artikel af Alex Zakaras, New Democracy Foundation: http://www.newdemocracy.com.au/alternatives/structural/99-a-citizens-senate



Publikationer

Enabling National Initiatives to Take Democracy Beyond Elections

Udgivet af UN Democracy Fund og newDemocracy Foundation, bidragsydere; Caludia Chwalisz (OECD), Enkhtsetseg Dagva (Open Society Forum, Mongolia), David Farrell (University College Dublin), Nicole Hunter (MosaicLab), Josh Lerner (Participatory Budgeting Project), Jane Mansbridge(Harvard Univisity), Roy Mayega (University School of Public Health, Uganda), Beth Noveck (The Gov Lab), Tamy Pogrebinschi (WZB Berlin Social Science Center), Graham Smith (Centre for the Study of Democracy, Westminster University), Mark Warren (Centre for the Study of Democratic Institutions, University of British Columbia), Jay Weatherill (Tidligere premierminister i Sydaustralien). 2019.

En guide i seks hovedkapitler: 1) Til politikeren, beslutningstagerne. 2) Til embedsværket. 3) Til organisatoren. 4) Til projekt teamet. 5) Til facilitatoren. 6) Til alle, eksempler fra verden; Irland, Madrid, Toronto, Kina, og Belgien.


Forms of Mini-Publics: An introduktion to Deliberative innovations in democratic practice

Af Oliver Escobar og Stephen Elstub, New Democracy, 08.05.2017.

Introduktion

"This paper introduces a range of democratic innovations known as mini-publics and outlines key features, how they work, and how they may improve opportunities for citizens to contribute to public deliberation and participatory governance."


Citizens' Juries: Ancient Idea for Participation in A Modern World

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Consensus Conferences

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The Electronic Townhall

Oprindelig artikel af Marcus Schmidt, New Democracy Foundation:


A Citizens Senate

Oprindelig artikel af Alex Zakaras, New Democracy Foundation:



Andre henvisninger

Participatory budgeting - the Australian way

Af Nivek K. Thompson, JoPD 8.2 - Borgerbudget, 30.12.2012.

For the first time in Australia a local council has used a deliberative democracy approach to obtain citizen advice on key decisions regarding the full range of Council services, service levels and funding. Typically a participatory budget (PB) gives citizens authority in relation to a component of the local government budget. The City of Canada Bay Council, in metropolitan Sydney, went well beyond this. In this paper the Canada Bay Citizens’ Panel (CP), the name given to the PB, is compared to the traditional PB process highlighting three distinctive features of this process: (1) the use of a randomly selected group of citizens; (2) the role of the newDemocracy Foundation as a ‘nonpartisan intermediary organisation’ (Kadlec and Friedman, 2007); and (3) the engagement of council staff through a parallel process convened by the Council, using a randomly selected staff panel. Whilst it is too early yet to make any final judgments, there is promising evidence that the recommendations of this CP will be seriously considered and that this engagement model will be used again by the City of Canada Bay, for the next four-year delivery plan and other contentious issues. Even though the Canada Bay Citizens’ Panel process is not yet complete, it is already clear that its impact will be felt, not only on the budget of the City of Canada Bay, but more broadly as an exemplar for local governments in Australia thinking about engaging their citizens.



Noter

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Interne henvisninger

Borgerbudget

Borgerbudget: Canada Bay, Sydney (Australien)

Borgerjury

Borgernes Parlament

Citizens' Panel

Deliberativt demokrati

eDemokrati

Elektronisk andetkammer

Iain Walker

Kathy Jones

Konsensuskonference

Luca Belgiorno-Nettis

Lyn Carson


Eksterne Quicklinks

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Om artiklen

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