Citizens’ Assembly Advocate Network:
Third Demand – Citizens’ Assembly Presentation
Next event is 6pm Thursday June 25 2020
An indepth run-through of the Third Demand Citizens’ Assembly Talk, with time to ask questions and discuss slide-by-slide.
Meet other rebels promoting XR’s 3rd Demand in local groups and communities.
Resources, training and idea sharing
To register email us on xr-citizensAssembly@protonmail.com
For more info about CAAN check out our page on the Advocate Network
How to give the Extinction Rebellion Citizens’ Assembly Talk – September 11th 2019
PART 1 is an introduction to Citizens’ Assemblies: what they are and why we need one to tackle the climate and ecological emergency.
Part 2 of the webinar covers the basics of Climate Assembly UK and XR’s key objections on its framing.
The last part of this webinar includes reflections by three observers of Climate Assembly UK, their thoughts about the process so far and what they hope for the future.
Anna Pick recounts her experience as a participant in Camden Council’s Citizens Assembly on the climate crisis in July 2019.
Dr Marie-Claire Brisbois is an academic in Energy Policy at SPRU, University of Sussex and Co-Director of Sussex Energy Group. Her work examines questions of power, politics and influence in energy, water and climate governance contexts. Here, Dr Marie-Claire Brisbois gives her personal and professional perspectives on how CAs – as one of the many forms of participative democracy – can be the vehicle through which transformative policy change for the Climate and Ecological Emergency can be addressed. Here is her expert perspective on Extinction Rebellion’s 3rd Demand.
Andy Paice tells us his experiences in setting up and running deliberative democracy initiatives in Newham through community assemblies with special focus on Newham’s Citizens’ Assembly on Climate Change.