Presentations and Conferences

Invited lectures:

Participation and Decision-Making, LaDoc Film Festival, Cologne, Germany, 30 November 2018

From Input to Influence: How Can the Participation of People in Poverty Shape Research and Decision-Making, CASE, London School of Economics, 16 November 2018

 

Conference papers:

Dean R.J. and B. Geissel, ‘Defining Democracy: From a Problem-Based to a Modular Approach’, DVPW Kongress, Frankfurt, 25 September 2018

Dean, R.J., Boswell, J.C. and Smith, G. ‘Designing a Deliberative System in the Real World: The Ambitious Case of NHS Citizen’, PSA Participatory and Deliberative Democracy Specialist Group Conference, London, 7 September 2018

Dean R.J. and B. Geissel, ‘Defining Democracy: From a Problem-Based to a Modular Approach’, PSA Participatory and Deliberative Democracy Specialist Group Conference, London, 5 September 2018

Dean R.J. and B. Geissel, ‘Defining Democracy: From a Problem-Based to a Modular Approach’, European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) Annual Conference, Hamburg, 24 August 2018.

Dean, R.J., Boswell, J.C. and Smith, G. ‘Designing a Deliberative System in the Real World: The Ambitious Case of NHS Citizen’, European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) Joint Sessions Workshop, Nicosia, 12 April 2018

Dean, R.J., ‘Counter-Governance: Citizen Participation beyond Collaboration’, Political Studies Association (PSA) Annual Conference, Cardiff, 27 March 2018

Dean, R.J., ‘Democratic Innovation in Social Policy’, Social Policy Association Annual Conference, Durham, 11 July 2017

Dean R.J. and M.W. Wallace, ‘The Remarkable Decline in Adolescent Social Exclusion’, Social Policy Association Conference, Durham, 12 July 2017

Dean, R.J., 'Cognition or Discourse? What is a Procedural Preference?' European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, Prague, 12 September, 2016

Dean, R.J., 'A (non-Deliberative) Systems Approach to Participation in Public Administration', European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, Prague, 8 September, 2016

Dean, R.J., 'Understanding Participation: A Q Method Study of Views of Public Participation in UK Social Policy', Policy & Politics Annual Conference, Bristol, 16 September, 2015

Dean, R.J., 'Understanding Participation: A Q Method Study of Views of Public Participation in UK Social Policy', European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, Montreal, 29 August, 2015

Dean, R.J., 'Understanding Participation: A Q Method Study of Views of Public Participation in UK Social Policy', Social Policy Association (SPA) Annual Conference, Belfast, 7 July 2015

Dean, R.J., 'Beyond Radicalism and Resignation: The Competing Logics of Public Participation in Policy Decisions', European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) Joint Sessions Workshop, Salamanca, 13 April 2014

Dean, R.J., 'Beyond Radicalism and Resignation: The Competing Logics of Public Participation in Policy Decisions', Political Studies Association (PSA) Annual Conference, Manchester, 16 April 2014

 

Academic workshops and seminar presentations:

‘Three Forms of Synecdoche in the Deliberative System’
Putting Deliberation in Its Place Workshop, Westminster University, 10 December 2016.

‘Cognition or Discourse? What is a procedural preference?’
1. CASE Away Day, LSE, 16 September 2016.
2. Social Policy Research Day, Poster Session, 9 June 2016
3. Social Policy Lunchtime Seminar, LSE, 2 June 2016

‘What Happened to Labour's Children? Progress on Adolescent Social Exclusion’
CASE Away Day, LSE, 25 September 2015, (with Moira Wallace).

‘Understanding Participation: A Q Method Study of Views of Public Participation in UK Social Policy’
Democracy Seminar, Ash Center, Harvard, 7 May 2015

‘Participatory Policy Systems and the English NHS’
Citizens Initiative Review Workshop, Ash Center, Harvard, 21 April 2015

‘Beyond Radicalism and Resignation: The Competing Logics of Public Participation in Policy Decisions’
1. LSE Research Festival, Poster Session, 3 November 2016
2.Social Policy Research Day, Poster Session, 3 June, 2015
3. Social Policy Lunchtime Seminar, LSE, 2 April 2014

‘An Introduction to Q Methodology’, CASE Researcher's Workshop, 14 May 2013

 

Policy and civil society presentations:

‘Artificial Intelligence and Democracy’
NextEra, London, 29 March 2017

‘Meanings of Participation in Policy Institutions’
How2DoIt conference, Kings College London, 10 April 2016

‘The Tragedy of Participation’
Stand-up Tragedy, Hackney Attic, 16 October 2015

‘Public Participation: policy tool or revolution?’
Civil Service Open Policy Week, Department for Work and Pensions, 13 November 2014

 

Panels organised

Citizen Participation and the Future of Democracy: A Systems Approach, DVPW Kongress, Frankfurt, 25 September 2018

The Empirical Realities of the Deliberative System, PSA Participatory and Deliberative Democracy Specialist Group Conference, London, 5 September 2018

The Problem-Based Approach to Democratic Theory: Applications and Limitations, PSA Participatory and Deliberative Democracy Specialist Group Conference, London, 5 September 2018

Democratic Innovations beyond Political Decision-Making, European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) Annual Conference, Hamburg, 24 August 2018.