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Deliberative democracy has a key role to play in the future social and political cohesion of Australian and global societies. If you’re keen to find out how these processes can help you in your leadership role, this course is the place to start.
The information, activities and real-world examples in this course will guide you through designing and planning a deliberative process.
You’ll receive key insights from leaders who have overseen successful deliberative processes, see how these processes have been applied in a range of contexts around the globe, and learn how to apply the principles of deliberative process to help resolve the most complex issues.
You will also learn more about the direction that the deliberative movement is taking, with the latest examples of innovative deliberative processes from around the world.
Full price: $650 (GST-free)*.
*Price subject to change. Please check price at time of purchase.
This short course will run over 4 weeks, taking about 5–6 hours of your time in total. It is self-paced for the first two weeks, so you can access the content when it suits you.
The following content will be covered during the course:
1. Understanding deliberation
2. The deliberative process in practice
3. Designing a deliberative process
4. Case studies
The course culminates with a live webinar panel discussion, where political leaders and experts will share their experiences and answer your questions about choosing, designing and delivering deliberative democracy processes.
Successful completion of this course will equip participants to:
This course is suitable for (but not limited to):
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