A shift from public service-dominant logic to the co-creation and co-design of public goods.
Bruxells is well known as Eu motherhood, the centre of all the Eu Policies and Scenarios. We challenge policy-makers to start an experiential journey together with the design students, stakeholders, citizens and practitioners, to co-design experiential policies scenarios and foster the co-production of public-private services through dialogue and conversations.
What is a Socratic Dialogue for the co-design of policies? Conversations and democracy
Socratic dialogue is a way by which a small group guided by a facilitator, finds a precise answer to a universal question (e.g. “What is happiness?”, “What is integrity?”etc.) and for us as citizens open a dialogue within the policy makers to answers to universal rights questions on the base of people needs.
Experimental processes for the co-production of public-private services
While the facilitator is responsible for guiding the group through the dialogue, each policy-maker, stakeholder, designer is asked to share by the following common rules, ideas, actions and reflections, though dialogues and conversations, to a rewarding experiential experience and co-production.
Generating Community Conversation. Policies Design as Co-design
A shift from public service-dominant logic to the co-creation and co-design of public goods
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