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Sharing evidence on court fees

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...cases brought to the civil and family courts - Public attitudes to civil and family court fees - The role of court fees in affecting users’ decisions to bring...

Seeing it, feeling it, video-conferencing it: what policy can learn from participatory art and design in a time of social distancing

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This is an image of workshop participants looking at a wall of crowd-sourced photos at a Policy Lab event on street design at the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation in 2019.

...remotely through interactive online formats including video blogging and online diaries. Future: better integrated analogue and digital platforms? In the midst of another online workshop, Head of Policy Lab Vasant...

A mixed-methods approach to co-designing Seabass regulations

...start identifying areas of high importance and agreement for the subsequent co-design process. In order to do that, we launched a week-long online ‘collective intelligence’ debate using - a...

Crowdsourcing policy: how can collective intelligence improve policymaking?

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Improving outcomes through diversity of thought and experience

...can in isolation. Participants from three demographic groups (government, academics and targeted external experts, and the general public) took part in an online debate on the platform They were...

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