Participatory Policymaking in Action
This is the tool we imagined when we started doing digital democracy practices in the squares and streets.
- Miguel Arana, former director of citizen participation for the City Council of Madrid
vTaiwan’s scope is not limited to Taiwan or any particular government; it’s an experiment to prototype a model for consensus generation among large groups in general.
- Audrey Tang, digital minister, Taiwan
Review key design questions that you will need to answer to plan a participatory policymaking program, and sample answers to these questions. To create a plan that works for your situation, start your own participatory policymaking playbook. The playbook will walk you through the most important questions to answer when designing a process. Each step of the way, we will share recommended options and information to help you decide. At the end, you will have a plan for your process.