Janette Hartz-Karp has decades of experience as an academic and as an award-winning deliberative practitioner. She has an enormous amount to teach others.
She is one of the most experienced facilitators of public deliberations in the world, having designed and conducted many, many trials of mini-publics. Many of these were designed and convened for an elected minister in the Western Australian Government, as well as with decision-makers in other countries.
In this podcast, Janette generously shares her knowledge and experience about the distinctive elements that arise depending on the task that is being undertaken by a diverse group of citizens, in both small-scale and large-scale processes.
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