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Representative deliberative processes (referred to as “deliberative processes” for shorthand) are one of the most innovative methods of fostering citizen participation in government.

The OECD has collected a wealth of evidence as to how deliberative processes work across different countries. While there are a wide variety of models, analysis of the evidence collected reveals a number of common principles and good practices that may be of useful guidance to policy makers seeking to develop and implement such processes.The OECD has drawn these common principles and good practices together into a set of Good Practice Principles for Deliberative Processes Public Decision Making (hereafter, “good practice principles”).

These good practice principles could provide policy makers with useful guidance as to the establishment of deliberative processes and the implementation of provisions 8 and 9 of the Recommendation on Open Government.