deliberation

Media społecznościowe w procesie budowy społeczeństwa obywatelskiego Lublina

Author: Kinga Małgorzata Jarmołowicz
Institution: Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie
Year of publication: 2016
Source: Show
Pages: 28-44
DOI Address: -
PDF: kim/2016_2/kim2016203.pdf

Social media in the process of building civil society in Lublin
Abstract: Implementation of the policy of participatory management of the city includes the active involvement of citizens in the processes of co-decision. The involvement of the residents in the policy of urban space development gains more and more recognition among the local authority regulating the rules of cooperation with the citizens in the local and national law. Implementation of new communication tools is a response to social needs, as results of social needs and made them used by the residents. Natural stage communication process has to incorporate social media into a dialogue with the residents.
Below I present an analysis of social media and the role they play a in the process of building civil society Lublin. In this article I will present the media used by the City of Lublin in communicating with residents, the role of social media in this process and the level of social involvement in the communication process with the use of Facebook.
Looking at the city as a place for the realisation of the residents’ needs, one cannot overlook the instruments for their implementation. Every city builds its own code of activity. The success of the residents in the realisation of their projects equals the success of the authorities in the implementation of the participatory city management policy.

Between Legitimization and Deliberation. Participatory Budget in Dąbrowa Górnicza

Author: Mariusz Popławski
Institution: Faculty of Political Studies and International Relations Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5563-5308
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 407-423
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppk.2018.06.31
PDF: ppk/46/ppk4631.pdf

Even though participatory budgets have rather short history in Poland criticism of its unwanted side effects have pushed some municipal authorities towards quick reforms of their initial visions. Most of them have decided just for small adjustments, but some have tried to be innovative and have reformed the whole mechanism. In this article, author attempts to take a closer look at consequences that accompany changes aimed at more quality of the whole procedure. The article aims to examine how more deliberation affects legitimization of participatory budgets. It is also an attempt to find out whether it brings expected outcomes within quality and profile of selected projects. Finally, we may learn here how people deal with more advance procedures. The analysis should serve anyone who is willing to search for new solutions among direct democracy tools in Poland.

Co-Creation and Enhanced Youth Participation in Local Decision-Making: The Perception of Public Sector Readiness

Author: Inga Narbutaite Aflaki
Institution: Karlstad University (Sweden)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0413-5028
Author: Maarja Hallik
Institution: Tallinn University (Estonia)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8535-8102
Author: Kenneth Nordberg
Institution: Åbo Akademi University (Finland)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0073-1503
Author: Kadri Kangro
Institution: Tallinn University (Estonia)
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2582-7034
Year of publication: 2023
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Pages: 55-68
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/ppsy202353
PDF: ppsy/52/ppsy202353s.pdf

The reverted demographic pyramid makes youth a decreasing percentage of our increasingly ageing population, leaving youth groups with less power and chances to influence the future of public policies and services through established participation channels. There is a potential risk of losing the interests of broader, including less heard, youth groups in democratic decision-making and implementation. Research evidence shows that we need to broaden knowledge and accountability towards these groups by including them more in co-creation to secure their trust and meaningful policy impact. One major way to improve trust in the public sector is by enhancing the abilities of professionals, managers, politicians and NGOs to co-create public and individual values with youth groups for better services and solutions instead of acting and making decisions on their behalf. Also, cross-sector collaboration among institutional units or stakeholders from different sectors on a local scale is often required to enhance the value of services or local community decisions. This paper explores from a comparative perspective the local government’s readiness for enhanced democratic participation and co-creation of public services and public value with youth. Based on document studies, interviews and cross-sectoral learning dialogues between engaged researchers, public sector and NGO representatives conducted in three countries – Sweden, Finland, and Estonia – the paper illustrates the current perceptions of public professionals and managers regarding their approach to co-creation with youth and the public sector roles, readiness and perceived gaps. The paper distinguishes between the municipal ambitions of enhanced youth participation and co-creation.

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