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25 May 2022

Deliberate: exploring the theory and practice of deliberative research

Focus Group

A brand-new lunch time seminar series, aimed at exploring the expanding world of deliberative research, will feature guest speakers to provide unique insights into the understanding of deliberation.

Date: Wednesday 25 May, 12pm 

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This series will be hosted by Ceri Davies, Director of the Centre for Deliberative Research at the National Centre for Social Research and Suzanne Hall, Director of Engagement at King’s College London’s Policy Institute. The seminars will run on a Wednesday every six weeks for 45mins during lunch, with an option to stay for a further 15mins to participate in a Q&A with our guest speakers.

Discussion: An overview of different approaches, why you might use them and the impact they can have.

This series will explore the theory and practice of deliberative research, its relationship to deliberative democracy and the impact it can have on citizens and policy. The seminars are designed to be informal, to provide an open space for networking and discussion over lunch, to listen and engage with likeminded professionals.

Speakers

  • Sarah Castell, Chief Executive, Involve
  • Miriam Levin, Programme Director, Engage Britain

This online event is free to attend, please register using the link below. 

Sign up for the event here.

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