Participation in Long-Term Decision-Making

Participation in Long-Term Decision-Making (PALO) is a multidisciplinary research project that focuses on the problems related to long-term decision-making practices. The PALO consortium consists of four organisations: the University of Turku, the Natural Resource Institute Finland, Åbo Akademi University and the University of Tampere. The four-year (2017-2022) project is funded by the Strategic Research Council (SRC) at the Academy of Finland.

The PALO project aims to strengthen democracy by developing better practices for deliberative citizen participation and public decision-making. By reforming policy-making processes, we can place more emphasis on long-term consequences and the needs of future generations.

Research themes

Short-termism in decision-making

Deliberative citizen participation

Future sensitive democracy

News

Event: Deliberating Climate Justice 21 June 2021

News: Citizens’ Jury on Climate Actions

Blog: Vesa Koskimaa & Lauri Rapeli | Citizens trust in their capacity to self-govern, policymakers are more sceptical

Social media

Our researchers brought together 33 randomly selected members of the public to deliberate on climate actions planne… https://t.co/t7PMtxsXHi
RT @DelDemUCan: ON MONDAY: Our very own John Dryzek talks about deliberative democracy and climate justice in this public lecture organised…
Selvitimme kansalaiskeskustelun ja koeasetelman avulla asiantuntijatiedon vaikutusta kansalaisten mielipiteisiin ko… https://t.co/bp0NEcEjZq

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