Mark Dean, Australian Industrial Transformation Institute, Flinders University, continues his examination of government policy responses to manufacturing deindustrialisation in this two-part series: Manufacturing engagement.
In Part II of their series on fiscal trust, Dina Graser and Pamela Robinson uncover five practical ingredients necessary for building public and fiscal trust and ask, what does trust mean and how do government’s gain fiscal trust with communities in supporting public infrastructure?
Is Facebook more likely to encourage political participation among young people? Darren G. Lilleker, Head of the Centre for Politics and Media Research, Bournemouth University, brings into focus where, how and why young people engage – and disengage – with politics.
Dina Graser, Senior Advisor at the Institute on Municipal Finance & Governance, University of Toronto and Pamela Robinson, Associate Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Ryerson University, suggest citizen engagement processes can be mapped onto dimensions of “trust”.
Patient and public engagement is where patients, relatives, carers and the public are actively involved in various aspects of the design, delivery and assessment of health services. It is also often referred to as consumer and community engagement.