How to Ask Questions by Betty Kirkpatrick

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Guy Peters 36 Civic Engagement in Public Policies: A Toolkit Common traits of all definitions of Public Policy § The policy is made in the “public's” name § Policy is generally made or initiated by government § Policy is interpreted and implemented by public and private actors § Po licy is what the government intends to do § Policy is what the government chooses not to do Source: Thomas A. Birkland's Book 7. Other Definitions The field of public policy involves the study of specific policy problems and governmental responses to them.

A profile can be country or locality -wide and theme focused, issue specific, and/or area specific. 2. Profiling in a participatory process relies upon the full involvement of stakeholders, for providing information, interpreting data and information, relating it to their own experience and perceptions and building consensus on conclusions. Phase 3: Prioritizing issues and reaching stakeholder commitment 1. Elaborating issues through “Proposition Papers” These papers should be carefully structured and highly focused to: § Highlight issues § Show how they are manifested and perceived § Illustrate the variety of ways in which such issues have been or could be addressed 43 Civic Engagement in Public Policies: A Toolkit § Set the stage for an informed and constructive debate 2.

Activities should be stated in terms of actions being undertaken rather than completed outputs. The time available for each activity should be realistic. Activities should be realistic, feasible and acceptable in terms of economic, social and moral grounds. SAMPLE § Preparation of the background documents for increasing awareness in civic engagement § Organization of a training session in social mobilization § Elaboration of practical examples for the implementation of people budgeting and auditing Ø Feedback and Follow-up Feedback and Follow-up are relevant elements of an engagement process § Participants are often interested in receiving a summary of all the information generated through an engagement process .

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