The Wisdom of Small Crowds: The Case for Using Citizens' Juries to Shape Policy

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Written by Kyle Bozentko, Ashleigh Maciolek, Richard V. Reeves, Hannah Van Drie 11 June 2021

The article promotes the use of Citizens’ Juries to shape policy, arguing that these Juries serve as a small representation of the public and, along with cynical expertise, can shape better policy and bring together different viewpoints for deliberation.

Publisher: Brookings

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Categories: Article, Tools of Democracy, Liberal Democracy