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Engaging Citizensin Online Participatory Budgeting                       Dr. Steffen Albrecht                       EuroPC...
OPEN GOVERNMENTtransparent | participatory | collaborative                               flickr.com/wwarby | CC BY 2.0
policy evaluation  campaigning                                                        Q&As                       complaint...
policy evaluation                               campaigning                                                     Q&As      ...
participatory budgeting                       citizen initiative                                                          ...
citizen initiative                                                                            information –involvement – c...
Lessons learnt … How to attract citizens?  (necessary to legitimate the results)   - Promote the initiative broadly      ...
Lessons learnt … How to attract citizens?  (necessary to legitimate the results)   - Promote the initiative broadly   - T...
Lessons learnt … How to move from information to cooperation?   - Long-term, repeated engagement   - Foster relations wit...
Lessons learnt … How to move from information to cooperation?   - Long-term, repeated engagement   - Foster relations wit...
Lessons learnt … How to deal with conflicts?  (always expect conflicts to show up)   - Communicate that representative pr...
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Further informationDr. Steffen Albrecht +49 30 200 540 260 albrecht@zebralog.de www.zebralog.com @zebralog www.buerge...
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Presentation held at the 2012 EuroPCom conference in Brussels, 18 October 2012 on online participatory budgeting as a way of engaging citizens in cooperation with public administration

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  1. 1. Engaging Citizensin Online Participatory Budgeting Dr. Steffen Albrecht EuroPCom 2012 – 3rd European Conference on Public Communication Brussels, 18. October 2012
  2. 2. OPEN GOVERNMENTtransparent | participatory | collaborative flickr.com/wwarby | CC BY 2.0
  3. 3. policy evaluation campaigning Q&As complaints management open data participatory budgeting reporting facilities transparency argumentation support policy simulation crowdsourcingpublic relations petitioningconflict mediation voter information systems citizen initiative contact forms urban planning consultations idea generation
  4. 4. policy evaluation campaigning Q&As complaints managementopen dataparticipatory budgeting transparency reporting facilitiespolicy simulationargumentation supportpublic relations crowdsourcing petitioningconflict mediation voter information systems citizen initiativeurban planning contact formsconsultationsidea generationinitiated by public administration initiated by civil society
  5. 5. participatory budgeting citizen initiative information –involvement – cooperation reporting facilitiesconflict mediation complaints managementopen data petitioningurban planning crowdsourcingidea generation campaigningconsultations Q&Aspolicy evaluation voter information systemsargumentation supportpolicy simulation contact formspublic relations transparencyinitiated by public administration initiated by civil society
  6. 6. citizen initiative information –involvement – cooperation reporting facilitiesconflict mediation complaints managementopen data petitioning participatory budgetingurban planning crowdsourcingidea generation campaigningconsultations long-term,policy evaluationrepeated engagement of citizens Q&As voter information systemsargumentation support on central, yet complex issuespolicy simulation contact formspublic relations transparencyinitiated by public administration initiated by civil society
  7. 7. Lessons learnt … How to attract citizens? (necessary to legitimate the results) - Promote the initiative broadly 60K - Target hard-to-reach groups 40K 20K - Multiple channels, focus on Internet 0K Part. Com. Votes - Low thresholds for participation  Don‘t expect too much (1% of inhabitants is much)! Don‘t promise more than you can deliver!
  8. 8. Lessons learnt … How to attract citizens? (necessary to legitimate the results) - Promote the initiative broadly - Target hard-to-reach groups - Multiple channels, focus on Internet - Low thresholds for participation  Don‘t expect too much (1% of inhabitants is much)! Don‘t promise more than you can deliver!
  9. 9. Lessons learnt … How to move from information to cooperation? - Long-term, repeated engagement - Foster relations with citizens and interest groups - Combine information, dialogue and monitoring of results - Translate budget information for citizens - Adapt to local circumstances - Transparency throughout the process
  10. 10. Lessons learnt … How to move from information to cooperation? - Long-term, repeated engagement - Foster relations with citizens and interest groups - Combine information, dialogue and monitoring of results - Translate budget information for citizens - Adapt to local circumstances - Transparency throughout the process
  11. 11. Lessons learnt … How to deal with conflicts? (always expect conflicts to show up) - Communicate that representative procedures are not substituted, but complemented - Actively recruit for balanced participation - Make all conditions transparent - Install professional facilitation (neutral stance)  Do not underestimate conflicts within administration and conflicts about legitimacy!
  12. 12. http://tiny.cc/pbmapping
  13. 13. ACT! SHARE!IMPROVE! flickr.com/wwarby | CC BY 2.0
  14. 14. Further informationDr. Steffen Albrecht +49 30 200 540 260 albrecht@zebralog.de www.zebralog.com @zebralog www.buergerhaushalt.org (international version to launch January 2013)
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