Democratising health policy with deliberative mini-publics: Responsibilities, pathologies, and paradoxes
Throughout the last couple of decades there has been an unprecedented level of global interest in democratically-deliberative methods of citizen engagement [now collectively referred to as deliberative mini-publics - hereafter, mini-publics]. Part of the allure of mini-publics is that they provide a more meaningful and effective way for governments to exchange knowledge and engage in decision-making with their citizens. Mini-publics are also known to...[Show more]
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