Civic Limits seeks to provide some definition to the big society debate by exploring the best available data on the state of civic life in Britain, and describing what in practical terms is required to get more people involved.
This report explores the issues facing participatory practice in Britain today, outlining in particular the challenges and opportunities of introducing participatory approaches into our institutions and organisations.
This report examines the practice of national-level public dialogue on science and technology in eight leading countries including the UK, and compares these countries across certain key features in public dialogue and engagement.
This guide to evaluating public participation, produced by Involve, is intended to help those involved in planning, organising or funding such activities to understand the different factors involved in creating effective public participation.
This report, produced by Involve, follows a group of pioneering projects which explore how we might ensure that future developments in nanotechnology are governed in the interests of the many, not the few.
This document, produced by Involve, aims to encourage and support good quality deliberative public engagement activities, so that these can help to create better public services, promote social cohesion and foster a thriving democracy.