A confection of ideas – co-design & policymaking

The second in the 2012 Political Innovation ‘Translation Layer’ series – Co-Design & Policymaking – is happening tomorrow evening at 6.30pm. I hope to see you there.

In a separate post here, I’ve outlined some of the more interesting examples of collaborative authoring that I’ve noticed in recent years and Steph Gray will be elaborating on this theme.

The format for the evening will be similar (with a few modifications based on what we learned a few weeks ago) and you can see what to expect here.

Matt Ridley – The Rational Optimist – outlines why the ability exchange ideas is more important than the quality of brains in any policymaking circle – and why it’s important to have as wide a circle of people as you can. Have a look at his Ted Talk – it’s well worth a look if you have time.

About Paul Evans

Living in London but working all over Britain and Ireland, Paul is the curator of the Political Innovation project. On twitter as @paul0evans1, blogging mainly at the Local Democracy blog and working mostly for Memeserver Ltd.
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