RSA Salisbury: New Local Politics – involving citizens in local decision making - RSA

RSA Salisbury: New Local Politics – involving citizens in local decision making

Fellowship events

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19 Brown Street, Salisbury SP1 2AS

  • Democracy and governance
  • Deliberative democracy
  • Communities
  • Fellowship in Action

Join us for a discussion of new local politics run by the RSA Salisbury Network and Salisbury Democracy Alliance (SDA).

The aim of this two-hour workshop is to bring to the attention of participants different ways of involving citizens in local decision making. It is an exercise in deliberative democracy in which Salisbury citizens and local councillors consider practical ways of improving local governance. We anticipate working in small groups, initially looking at ideas that have been used by other Councils and then planning how to take forward these, or their own ideas, for possible implementation in Salisbury.

Taking part in RSA in-person events  

To participate in the event, you will need to register for a ticket so we can make sure we have an up-to-date list of those who plan on attending. This is for capacity purposes.   

We encourage all attendees that are sick or showing symptoms of illness to stay home and to cancel your Eventbrite ticket if you are no longer able to join the event.   

If you have any questions, or to let us know of any access requirements or reasonable adjustments you require, please email: [email protected]

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