Deliberative Polling® on Unemployment and Job Creation in Kaposvár Hungary

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The Institute of Sociology and Social Policy of the Corvinus University of Budapest conducted a Deliberative Poll in the summer of 2008 in Kaposvár, Hungary. The topics were employment, job creation and the employment policy of the European Union.  The Hungarian deliberation revealed informed opinion about unemployment.

August 1st, 2008|Categories: Deliberative Polling®, Economy, Hungary|Tags: |

Tomorrow’s Europe, the first EU-wide Deliberative Poll

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In October 2007, the first EU-wide, indeed the first transnational, Deliberative Poll® gathered a random sample of 362 citizens from all 27 EU member states to the European Parliament building in Brussels, where they spent a weekend deliberating about a variety of social, economic, and foreign policy issues affecting the European Union and its member states. The deliberation, in a total of 23 languages, with simultaneous translation, alternated between small group discussion led by trained moderators and plenary question-and-answer sessions with leading policy experts and prominent politicians.