This IPU/IPEN Public Engagement Hub seminar will lead a reflection on how present parliamentary engagement can inform decisions that have implications for future generations. Didier Caluwaerts and Daan Vermassen will present their research, which outlines existing methods and possible new ways through which we can engage future generations. This includes today’s young people but also those generations yet to be born. The seminar aims to encourage parliaments to reflect on their practices and how these can be adapted to consider the impact on future generations.
Language(s): English, French, Spanish
This webinar is jointly organised by the IPU and the International Parliament Engagement Network (IPEN).
The event is part of the series of webinars hosted by the Public engagement hub in IPU’s Centre for Innovation in Parliament in follow-up to the 2022 IPU-UNDP Global Parliamentary Report on Public engagement in the work of parliament.
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- Didier Caluwaerts (Associate Professor of Political Science, Vrije Universiteit Brussel) and Daan Vermassen (PhD researcher, Vrije Universiteit Brussel)