News and Events Archive
- PBS Newshour broadcast features the What's Next California? Deliberative Poll®
Deliberative Polling® in Macao
A Deliberative Poll will be held in Macao on the subject of the Press Law and the Visual-audio Broadcasting Act.
By the People: What's Next California?
PBS Newshour documentary on the What's Next California Deliberative Poll®.
Deliberative Democracy and the Virtues of Democratic Citizenship
View James Fishkin's presentation at the University of Chicago's "New Science of Virtues" meeting.
Our Times: Craig Barnes interviews James Fishkin
Instead of reasoned exchanges, our population has segregated itself into like minded and self-confirming cliques. Deliberative Polling® creates an environment where people are exposed to alternative points of view and can be informed on the subject matter.
- Perspectives on Politics: When the People Speak review
How Best to use the Stadium after the UEFA Cup?
Results from the Deliberative Poll in Poznan
The Good Society Symposium: When the People Speak
Lynn M. Sanders, Albena Azmanova, Jane Mansbridge and Sanford Levinson discuss When the People Speak with response by James Fishkin
Government as if Listening Mattered
Personal Democracy Forum with James Fishkin, Jane Mansbridge, Howard Rheingold and David Weinberger
Ancient Athens online: Democracy is about discussion, not just voting
The Economist article discusses the Deliberative Polling® process and results of recent CDD polls
- Deliberative Democracy in an Unlikely Place: Deliberative Polling® in China
Deliberative Democracy and the Internet
James Fishkin made the "keynote" presentation about When the People Speak on C-span.
BBC Radio Four examines Deliberative Polling and other forms of public consultation.
- Considered Public Opinion in Policy Reform, Cecilia Verzosa of The World Bank Group discusses Deliberative Polling® with James Fishkin
Campaign '08: How was it for you Jim Fishkin?
James Fishkin is interviewed on Open Source with Christopher Lydon. How does the presidential campaign of 2008 rate on three principal measuring sticks — participation, equality and deliberation?
- Hungarian Deliberative Poll reveals informed opinion about unemployment
What do the citizens of Europe think about the European project? Newsnight witnessed a unique seminar of citizens from all the member states coming together in Brussels to see what they make of it all.
- Deliberative Poll Supports Integration of the Roma in Bulgarian Society: Prime Minister Lauds Process
- A Deliberative Poll on Education: What provision do informed parents in Northern Ireland want?
- Deliberative Poll In Rome Clarifies Budget Priorities for Region
- Announcement: Deliberative Democracy Experiment in Northern Ireland: Education Policy In Omagh
The Nation in a Room: Turning Public Opinion into Policy
How Deliberative Polling® addresses limitations of traditional public opinion polling.
- It's Their Call Chinese Communist Party officials are giving citizens a voice in decision making.
Citizens Speak Out on Health Care, Education
More than 1,000 citizens outlined their priorities at discussions in fifteen cities around the country during Deliberation Week.
For the first time in Hungary TV, radio, internet and press will provide a public space for direct community participation, and for the shaping of citizens' views.
Putting all of Europe in one room
Europeans from all 25 member states could be brought together to discuss issues that they would usually only talk about with citizens of their own countries.
Dabbling in Democracy: No one knew what to expect when a Chinese town tried listening to its people
Deliberative Poll facilitates a participatory approach to Chinese politics.
Online Deliberation 2005
The Second Conference on Online Deliberation: Design, Research, and Practice, will bring together software developers, social science researchers, and practioners of online deliberation for three days of presentations and workshops on the Stanford University campus in May of 2005.
Online "Deliberative Poll" Gives Picture of Informed Public Opinion in Election
In a unique national experiment, a scientific sample of voters nationwide participated in weekly small group discussions to become more informed about the issues in the Presidential election.
PBS Deliberation Day
On October 16, just weeks before the national election, nearly 2000 Americans in communities around the country from Seattle to Pittsburgh and Cleveland to Houston, will join together in a common deliberation about what's at stake for the nation as they approach the polls.