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Deliberative engagement processes aim to simultaneously inform the public and obtain input, typically from a 'representative' group of people. Such processes engage the public in decision-making by providing the public with an opportunity to learn more about a topic or issue. Participants then consider that topic or issue in depth with relevant evidence and through discussion with other participants. After developing an informed view of the topic or issue, participant’s input may be used to help develop a set of recommendations. Deliberative processes can happen over a number of weeks or months, or in an intensive day or weekend event.
Can take place in a single day or over the course of several months.
Deliberative processes can take many forms, including:
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