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PaCE event in Iceland – Conference agenda 26th of October 2021

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The City of Reykjavík organizes policy innovation days, 26th and 27th of October 2021. The programme starts with a conference on the 26th where academics and experts introduce research related to the topics of the PaCE project. Dagskrá málþings um stefnumótun hjá hinu opinbera 26. október 2021.Staðsetning: Borgarbókasafnið Menningarhús Gerðubergi, Breiðholti.Ítarlegri upplýsingar um fyrirlesara...

Report on the PaCE Local Democracy Lab in Bulgaria, 3rd of July 2021

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The English version of the report presenting the main outcomes of the PaCE Local Democracy Lab in Bulgaria is ready to be publicly shared. The report is a result of a collaboration between the City of Reykjavík, Iceland, and the Sofia Platform Foundation, Bulgaria. Further details about the results on participants´ deliberation on Trust in public administration at the time of the Covid-19...

D5.3. Report on Lessons Learned from the Local Democracy Labs

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The report presenting the lessons learned from the Local Democracy Labs has been released by the Democratic Society (DemSoc), Brussel. The report presents the lessons learned from the perspective of the process and organization of the PaCE Local Democracy Labs in seven European countries, Italy, Iceland, Spain, Scotland, Hungary, Poland, and Bulgaria. The report does not include the outcomes that...

Report on the PaCE Local Democracy Lab in Poland

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The English version of the report presenting the main outcomes of the PaCE Local Democracy Lab in Poland is ready to be shared publicly. The report is a result of a collaboration between the City of Reykjavík and the Democratic Society. Further details about the results on participants´ deliberation on Trust in public administration at the time of the Covid-19 pandemic are available HERE.

D2.4. Report on Comparative Findings and Assessment of Risk Factors to Democracy Quality

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The report presenting the risk factors and how populism might impact the quality of democracy has been released as a collaborative effort of the Paris-Londron University of Salzburg (PLUS) and the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) teams: Reinhard Heinisch (PLUS), Martin Dolezal (PLUS), Marco Fölsch (PLUS) and Ruth Meyer (MMU). Agent-based models allow for new ways of assessing the impact...

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