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Citizens' Juries

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The term citizens' jury is typically used to describe a process of multi-stakeholder dialogue that involves a small group of people—the ‘jury’—deliberating on a particular set of issues in the light of evidence from invited speakers. Most juries aim at a process of participatory learning and advocacy that empowers both the jurors and, if their perspectives ...

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