Ideas for Making public consultations more inclusive

This idea came from Elli Panagopoulos & Emilie Glazer’s workshop at Notwestminster 2016


What we’re doing
Ideas for Making public consultations inclusive

 

Elli and Emilie's workshop at Notwestminster 2016
Notwestminster16 (73 of 135) by Anthony Mckeown


Who we are

ElliElli Panagopoulos
@elpanago

Design Researcher
Eclipse Experience

Elli is a researcher at Eclipse Experience (Eclipse) – a centre for design research. She is interested in understanding how design research and digital tools can help to facilitate more inclusive and democratic local decision-making. At Eclipse, she has helped to deliver rigorous user-centred research, working closely with communities and local authorities, as well as industry partners, in a range of public service projects. Most recently she has worked with two UK Councils to deliver human-centred consultation projects around bin collections and the redesign of a local library. The consultations approaches drew on both iterative, contextual design research approaches and explored the use of digital engagement tools. 

Elli also holds an MSc in human-computer interaction, where her dissertation focused on the use of social media by communities in crisis.


Emilie GlazerEmilie Glazer
Design Researcher
Eclipse Experience

Emilie is a design researcher, and draws on methods across anthropology and the behavioural sciences in her work with communities and designers to improve the public and digital services used everyday. Through her experience with Eclipse, SP+EE and across previous roles in brand consulting and education social innovation, her projects have spanned collaborations with local councils, global brands, schools, universities and cultural institutions.

 


Participants who signed up to help:

People who are interested in this idea

Who else wants to help?

If you’d like to get involved, please Leave a Reply on this page or contact Elli Panagopoulos:

elli@eclipse-experience.com

@elpanago



Design Challenges for Local DemocracyLocal Democracy Design Challenges

This idea came from Elli and Emilie’s workshop at Notwestminster 2016, in response to one of our Design Challenges for Local Democracy, which were crowdsourced from our Notwestminster network. The challenge is:

Social Decision Making: Councils make many important decisions yet the people who are affected rarely have their say.  How can we get people involved in local policy making so that they  can influence the decisions that affect them?



Notwestminster Ideas Bazaar 2016

Notwestminster 2016 workshops list

Notwestminster 2016


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