A Citizens’ Assembly is a representative group of citizens who are selected at random from the population to learn about, deliberate upon, and make recommendations in relation to a particular issue or set of issues.

What we love about them:

Although not food specific, a great example of citizen engagement and participation.

More information: citizensassembly.co.uk

Should be an interesting event - Building capacity for participatory and deliberative democracy in Scotland: Reema Patel & Doreen Grove in conversation https://t.co/otVL478drP
'Levelling-up' requires genuine local involvement in decision making - @anandMenon1
The conference has been an "unprecedented exercise of transnational democracy" according to Professor Alberto Alemanno. https://t.co/OT8plSbhcR
‘How should democracy in the UK work?’ The Citizens’ Assembly on Democracy in the UK was convened to answer this question, and have now published ther report:
Great to see that 23 local citizens’ assemblies in the UK have completed their work and published reports.