EXAMPLES YOU CAN USE AND ADAPT TO YOUR SITUATION

Templates for Citizen Participation

Environmental vision

Residents have their say about their environment. You let them use Pointers to indicate the locations of interest on a map. They give input via Wordclouds and Moodboards and you conclude with a Grading where they indicate how well they liked the session.

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Mobility

You use the Brown Paper to get participants to indicate on digital post-it notes how mobility can be made more sustainable. You pick the most important methods and use a Grading to let participants indicate their preparedness to use them.

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Placemaking

You test knowledge and expectations about designing public space using Polls en Wordclouds. Participants give visual (Moodboards) and conceptual (Wordclouds) input about what they want to see at the location and indicate that on maps using Pointers.

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Stakeholder Mapping

After an introduction with Polls and Wordclouds, you use the Stakeholder Map canvas of the Brown Paper module to identify the stakeholders according to the group, and which roles they play.

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Green in your area

Residents think along about making their suburb greener. They use the Pointer to indicate on an aerial photo where the green should be placed. With Wordclouds they submit suggestions of what and how, and the group discusses choices with Quadrants and Polls.

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Facilities for youngsters

You use Gradings and Wordclouds to find out to what extent the group feels that enough is on offer for youngsters. Moodboards allow participants to visualise their actual needs. With a Wordcloud you collect the group's suggestions for concrete plans.

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City planning

You use maps and images to show the current situation as well as the planned developments. Participants use Pointers to identify the bottlenecks, that they further explain via Wordclouds. Moodboards provide them with the opportunity for visual feedback.

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Proud of the suburb

You start with a Grading to get a clear picture of how people grade their suburb. A Dilemma then gives room for more nuance. You use Wordclouds and Moodboards to discuss improvement people would like to see.

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