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DEMORESET

PHASE 3

WEAVING OUR EXPERIENCES.

The organizations and practitioners improve their practices and strengthen their collaboration and action networks through an expert mobility residency model.

Phase 3 seeks to implement the solutions, methodologies, etc., previously co-created as prototypes. This means that phase 2 will provide prototype tools, methodologies and frameworks that will be tested by five deliberation implementers. For this implementation process, 5 deliberation units will be chosen based on the potential impact that the process can have. The project aims to support deliberation units that can demonstrate that the implementation process will transform a democratic process into a policy innovation framework.

In this phase, the replicability, adaptability and effectiveness of the prototypes will be tested. This implementation will be made possible through an expert mobility residency model, in which people with specific expertise will accompany all actions.

ACTIVITY ONE

residence for the action.

GOAL

Accompany the implementation of five prototypes: Extituto will accompany and provide technical support to 5 deliberative units, organizations or professionals to implement the 5 prototypes previously developed during the Demo.Reset/Lab

MODALITY

Virtual - 2 months 100%

ACTIVITY TWO

RESIDENCE FOR EXPERTS

GOAL

Develop an international residency program for experts.

HOW?

OTHER DETAILS

NOTE

Residents will follow an accompaniment plan, and will be monitored and supported by 2 facilitators from the Extituto team.

Susan Lee

Susan is a student and democracy practitioner from Seoul, South Korea. In 2020, she co-founded the World Citizens’ Assembly, a prototype for a global citizen’s assembly based on iterative pilot testing, with Yago Bermejo Abati. In 2021, Deliberativa began co-incubating the Global Assembly, the first sortition-selected global citizens’ assembly in the lead-up to COP26. Deliberativa coordinated the delivery of pilot tests on multilingual virtual deliberation to inform the final Assembly design. As part of the Implementation Circle, Susan supported the recruitment and management of 100+ global partners to implement a decentralized sortition and train local hosts of Assembly participants. In the fall of 2021, she co-designed and implemented the deliberative process and output consolidation methodology. Susan has been the main spokesperson for the GA since the project launched; you can see some of Susan’s media work here and here. Susan is interested in imagining participative models of global governance, decolonizing deliberative democracy, and placing youth at the front of the deliberative wave.

Maria Paulina Ibarra

Executive Director of Fundación Multitudes, a non-profit organization based in Chile. She has global experience in transparency, citizen participation and accountability, having worked with organizations such as Open Government Partnership and the World Bank. She holds a BA in Communication from Marymount University, and an MA in Communication from Georgetown University.

Andre Noel Roth

He is a Political Scientist (1990), Master in Political Science (1994) and Doctor in Economic and Social Sciences, mention in Political Science (1999) from the Université de Genève-Switzerland. He has been professor of public policy analysis in Switzerland and in several universities in Colombia and Latin America. Since 2006, he is a Research Professor (currently tenured) attached to the Department of Political Science of the Faculty of Law, Political and Social Sciences (FDCPyS) of the National University of Colombia, Bogotá. He has held the positions of Coordinator of the Doctorate in Political Studies and International Relations, Director of the journal Ciencia Política, Director of the Instituto de Investigación Socio-jurídica UNIJUS and Vice-Dean of Research and Extension of the FDCPyS. He is also Director of the Research Group “Analysis of Public Policies and Public Management”. Public Policy and Public Management Analysis” (APPGP) (category B Colciencias 2021), Coordinator of the Innovation in Governance Innovation in Governance Laboratory (GobLab) of the FDCPyS, Co-coordinator of the group Comparative Public Policy group of ALACIP and Co-editor of the journal Mundos Plurales (FLACSO-Ecuador). Ecuador). He has published several books and dozens of chapters and articles on public policy and administration. administration.