A few weeks ago I organised an event at the Royal Irish Academy that brought together the world’s leading experts on deliberation, some of whom had helped organise or had being members of constitutional conventions in their own countries. The objective was to hear from them about the strengths and weaknesses of the conventions in their countries, and what lessons could be learned for the Irish constitutional convention. Here is a link to a short video we commissioned that includes interviews with a number of these experts.
The Irish constitutional convention – lessons from abroad
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