How to organice a policy jury? A manual of use for municipalities

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A policy jury (also called a citizens’ jury or a mini-public) is a group of randomly selected citizens, demographically representative, who are invited to review and discuss policy proposals for the city. These juries get training in critical thinking, background information, and access to subject experts and advocates for different views. They are intended to help elected representatives, not replace them (Carson, 2003).