Theory & Practice of Deliberative Democracy

Monday 2 February 2009
7-8 February 2008

Speakers: Murray Goot (Macquarie); Craig Browne, Lyn Carson (Sydney); Sue Dodds, (Wollongong); John Yearwood, Andrew Stranieri (Ballarat); Rachel Ankeny (Adelaide); Janette Hartz-Karp (Curtin); John Dryzek, Simon Niemeyer, Robert Goodin, Bora Kanra, Selen Ayirtman (ANU)

Subject: Deliberative democracy has been a key topic on the research agenda of many disciplines in social sciences. In addition to theoretical approaches, in recent years, there has also been a growing interest in the practice of deliberative democracy both in Australia and overseas. Given this, the workshop aims to cover both theoretical and empirical issues around deliberative democracy. It will focus on the normative principles of deliberative democracy, how these principle guide empirical research, different forms and arenas of deliberative practices, and their impact on individuals, societies and policies.
Further details.

Contact: Selen Ayirtman

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