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  1. A theory-building workshop on what makes a better consultation
  2. Activists
  3. Adele Watters
  4. Amanda Hayes
  5. Analysing Costs & Benefits
  6. Analysing responses
  7. Angus Kerr
  8. Anne McCormill
  9. Barbara Ward
  10. Be clear about what your proposals are, who may be affected, what questions are being asked and the timescale for responses.
  11. Benefits and costs
  12. Bernie Byrne
  13. BetterAlexandraSamuel
  14. BetterHansHagedorn
  15. BetterKevinRamsey
  16. Blogs
  17. Calculating Costs
  18. Choosing and developing solutions
  19. Citizen
  20. Computer Mediated Communications Systems
  21. Conclusion
  22. Consult widely throughout the process, allowing a minimum of 12 weeks for written consultation at least once during the development of the policy.
  23. Consultation Data Generated
  24. Consultation SuiteXL
  25. Consultation in Ireland
  26. Criteria for a Deliberative Process
  27. Criteria for a Democratic Process
  28. Cross Border Conference on 2 June
  29. Current events
  30. Damian Brady
  31. David Polley
  32. Defining the problem
  33. Deliberation
  34. Depth of Engagement
  35. Designing Effective Group Report Authoring Support Systems (GRASS)
  36. Designing a usability test
  37. Designing an e-consultation interface for ex-offenders
  38. Dgov
  39. Dgov team 1
  40. Dialogue
  41. DialogueScr
  42. Digital inclusion and online policy forum
  43. Discussion
  44. Diversity
  45. Diversity: Consultation data generated
  46. Diversity: Experience of the consultees
  47. Diversity: Outcomes from the Test
  48. Diversity: Process and planning
  49. Diversity Context
  50. E-Government: From Technology-driven to Citizen-driven
  51. E-Government and the Missing Dimension of Citizen’s Participation
  52. E-consultation
  53. E-consultation Study Group
  54. E-consultation and Web 2.0
  55. E-consultation design
  56. E-consultation experiences
  57. E-consultation for Dgov students 2008
  58. E-consultation tests in Ireland
  59. E-consultation workshop
  60. E-democracy talks
  61. E-governance and democracy--theory and practice
  62. E-government
  63. EGOV05
  64. Edemblog
  65. EngagingScience
  66. Engaging participants
  67. Ensure that your consultation is clear, concise and widely accessible.
  68. Ensure your consultation follows better regulation best practice, including carrying out a Regulatory Impact Assessment if appropriate.
  69. Examples
  70. Expectations for E-consultation
  71. Expectations for e-consultation
  72. Explore
  73. ExploreScr
  74. Exploring the problem
  75. Facilitators
  76. Getting reactions
  77. Give feedback regarding the responses received and how the consultation process influenced the policy.
  78. Groupware
  79. Gwyneth
  80. Gwyneth Redpath
  81. HandsOnISW
  82. Hansard Society visit
  83. HomePage
  84. HowConductConsultation
  85. HowToGetThere
  86. Identifying issues
  87. Information Resources
  88. International Conference on E-Government, Copenhagen
  89. Issues
  90. Jennifer McMaster
  91. Jim Alford
  92. Ken Bartley
  93. LYIT
  94. Launch of research programme
  95. Leighann McConville
  96. LiamMurtagh
  97. ListConsultationParticipants
  98. Local E-Government in Northern Ireland
  99. Local E-Government in Republic of Ireland
  100. Lynn doran

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