- Learning outcomes
- 1 How did the notion of public dialogue arise?
- 2 What should dialogue with the public aim to achieve?
- 3 Consensus conferences
- 4 The GM Nation? debate
- 5 How might dialogue move on from GM Nation?
- 6 DEMOCS: ‘The game to play to have your say’
- 7 Final thoughts
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