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What really happens when a jury retires to deliberate? Find out each week on Deliberations, a modern day, improvised audio drama that allows criminal justice enthusiasts to step inside a jury room. Each season explores a different courtroom drama inspired by real life criminal trials in the news. Six improvisers serve as the jury and passionately react, negotiate, and argue opposing interpretations of the evidence. Season Two examines the rights of accusers and defendants in cases of sexual ...
 
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DELIBERATIONS OF DOOM: VOL. 3 EP 2: VIRUS HORROR Doom returns to virustown as the Doom Crew take on yet more films in the Virus category taking a look at the 1975 David Cronenberg body horror classic “Shivers”, the arguably criminally underseen Japan-American 1980 film “Virus” (by the director of “Battle Royale”), and the 2008… Read More »Deliberat…
 
DELIBERATIONS OF DOOM: VOL 3. EP 1: VIRUS HORROR It’s been a little over two years since the last episode of our horror-centric show, Deliberations of Doom (not counting the reunion tribute show we did for Other Worlds festival on video). The sad reason for that is, one of our hosts and dearest friends, Patience,… Read More »Deliberations of Doom: …
 
Filipino Martial Arts expert Ervin Quintin joins us to break the cultural and martial arts influences on Disney Animation's Raya And The Last Dragon IMPACT MARTIAL ARTS LINKS: https://youtu.be/wfrFB7rC9pI https://www.impact-athletes.com https://www.instagram.com/impactallday/Par Stranded Panda
 
Brian V. Klein & special guest Dale Morris join J. Scotty to cover the original 1980s Filmation cartoon in preparation for Kevin Smith's new series Master of The Universe: Revelations releasing on Netflix TOP 10 Essential Filmation MOTU Episodes Diamond Ray of DisappearanceS1 - E1The intended pilot for the show, sets up the formula for the series a…
 
As we draw this podcast series to a close, it’s fitting to take a global perspective on public deliberation with Claudia Chwalisz who leads the OECD’s work on innovative citizen participation. Claudia is co-authoring a number of influential reports, convening a global network and maintaining an online digest, Participo. LINKS Catching the Deliberat…
 
This conversation is with Rhiann McLean (in Scotland) and Max Hardy (in Australia). Both are dedicated to amplifying the voices of people with disability—through research and public deliberations.” LINKS Research Voices Citizens’ Jury Video of the Research Voices Citizens’ Jury Report from Research Voices Citizens’ Jury NDIS Citizens’ Jury Video of…
 
Kara Dillard is an Assistant Professor at James Madison University in the US. She is also the operations specialist for Common Ground for Action (CGA), an online variant of National Issues Forum (NIF). In this episode, Kara explains this short-form process, as well as its strengths and challenges. As a moderator training specialist for NIF she offe…
 
Dr Kath Fisher is an extremely experienced professional facilitator. She is also an academic at Southern Cross University (Lismore, Australia). In this episode, Kath shares some of her journey and offers a number of useful techniques that she uses routinely in public deliberations. Documents Kath referred to in this episode A summary of the report …
 
Abbie Jeffs has a background in urban planning and public policy but was an excellent facilitator in a successful consultancy, Straight-Talk, for many years. She’s now working for a public sector organisation—a loss for the field of public deliberation—although Abbie remains a strong advocate. She has much wisdom to impart in this episode and sever…
 
Lucy Cole-Edelstein has over 30 years’ experience as an engagement practitioner, as a facilitator and process designer. She established and ran a successful consultancy, Straight-Talk, for some of those years and later sold her company to RPS with whom she now works. In this episode, Lucy shares several activities that build the group’s skill set a…
 
Jason Diceman is an experienced facilitator based in Toronto, Canada. He created a very useful tool, Feedback Frames (previously in the form of Idea Rating Sheets and, earlier, Dotmocracy templates). His latest invention enables score-voting on participant-generated ideas, rather than a crude survey or voting tool. It’s being used throughout the wo…
 
This is a conversation with Nicole Hunter, Keith Greaves and Kimbra White, the founders of MosaicLab. It covers what happens in the room with a face-to-face long-form deliberation when MosaicLab facilitators are at work. This episode contains an enormous amount of practical advice: the physical space, co-facilitation, templates, report writing, man…
 
Rosa Zubizarreta is an American group facilitation practitioner and theorist and the founder of DiaPraxis. This episode is a companion piece with a previous episode that featured Jim Rough, the original designer of Dynamic Facilitation and Wisdom Councils. In the conversation with Rosa, the focus is on relational facilitation: attending to the emot…
 
In a California sawmill in the early 1980s, Jim Rough developed "Dynamic Facilitation”. This "group process" has now been taught in seminars all over the world and forms the basis for the “Wisdom Council Process”, a new way to spark collective wisdom in large systems of people. Wisdom Councils have been used in multiple countries and are now embedd…
 
Dominik Hierlemann is a Senior Expert, Participation in Europe at Bertelsmann Stiftung. Dominik heads the project Democracy and Participation in Europe. He facilitates large-scale public deliberations in Europe with multiple languages and diverse cultures. In this episode, we explore the unexpected benefits that can arise from that when facilitatio…
 
Linn Davis leads Healthy Democracy’s program development and process design. He coordinates Healthy Democracy’s complex public processes, trains its facilitation teams, and consults on deliberative projects in the U.S. and abroad. In this episode, recorded prior to the pandemic’s impact, Linn explains the Citizens’ Initiative Review (CIR) and the s…
 
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