Articles by Marco Reggiani

November 18, 2022

Citizen assemblies must report on expert diversity and inclusion

Marco Reggiani
Deliberative approaches like citizen assemblies are gaining traction, particularly to inform climate policy. To ensure the legitimacy of these processes, Jen Roberts and her team argue that the process of selecting experts involved in citizen deliberations should be transparent, and must consider diversity and inclusivity
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Marco Reggiani
Research Associate, University of Strathclyde

Marco’s research is focused on urban planning and urban development—especially in (though not limited to) the context of Japan—as well as inequalities, diversity, and inclusion in higher education, particularly in STEM.

He tweets @marcoreggiani_

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