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Get involved with Participation Now

Updated Wednesday 30th October 2013

Read more about Participation Now, get in touch with us, and get involved.

A few ways to get involved with the Participation Now project:

Get in touch

Do you know of any participatory initiatives that you think should be included in the Participation Now collection? Or do you have any ideas for how Participation Now could be improved? If so, we’d like to hear from you!

We want to develop Participation Now in a collaborative way, to make it useful for people who are interested or involved in participatory public engagement. So if you have any suggestions for resources or links you would like to see featured on the site, please let us know.

To get in touch, email the researchers behind this project, Nick Mahony and Hilde Stephansen. You can also follow the project on Twitter: @nowparticipate.

Share your experiences

Have you been directly involved in any of the in any of the participatory initiatives featured on Participation Now? If so, you’re welcome to share your experiences and insights by leaving a comment on that initiative's page.

Join the debate

See our comments, debate and analysis section for more details.

 

For further information, take a look at our frequently asked questions which may give you the support you need.

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