Global Assembly on the Climate and Ecological Crisis Evaluation Report

Nicole Curato, Pierrick Chalaye, Wendy Conway Lamb, Kari De Pryck, Stephen Elstub, Azucena Morán, Daniel Oppold, Javier Romero, Melisa Ross, Emerson Sanchez, Novieta Sari, Dorota Stasiak, Selma Tilikete, Lucas Veloso, Dirk von Schneidemesser, Hannah Werner

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Abstract

The Global Assembly on the Climate and Ecological Emergency was a pioneering civil society-led initiative. It was the world’s first citizens’ assembly that brought together 100 randomly selected citizens from around the globe to deliberate on the topic: ‘how can humanity address the climate and ecological crisis in a fair and effective way?’

For 68 hours over 11 weeks, Assembly Members listened to expert evidence, exchanged their views in facilitated small group deliberations and plenary sessions, and developed the People’s Declaration for the Sustainable Future of Planet Earth, first disseminated at COP26 in Glasgow in 2021. The Assembly aimed to set an institutional precedent for bringing the voices of ordinary citizens to multilateral negotiations, a space where they are largely absent.

The Evaluation Report examines the extent to which the Global Assembly upheld principles of good practice in the process design, deliberative experience, and impact.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherUniversity of Canberra
Number of pages86
ISBN (Electronic)9780646878829
Publication statusPublished - 2023

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