Systemic Design for Democratic Engagement: Where the Bottom-up and Top-down Process Meet

Authors: Juan de La Rosa, Stan Ruecker, Claudia Grisales and Carolina Giraldo

This paper presents an argument to open possibilities and discussions about the role of design in democratic participation based on the case studies and observations of several grassroots participatory design workshops ran with the intention of producing a tangible transformation of communities. We do not intent to validate the model, but to present it as a conversational object in the role of design in democratic policy making.

Posted: Oct-2019

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