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1. Mobilising participation in the European Union
1.1. Globalisation and crises in democracy
1.2. Governance in Europe
2. Terms and concepts
2.1. Politics and policy-making, legitimacy and participation
2.2. Traditional political processes
2.3. The OECD’s democracy value chain
2.4. Governance
2.4.1. Multilevel Governance and subsidiarity in the EU
2.4.2. Accountability and Feedback
2.4.3. Openness and Transparency
2.4.4. Coherence and effectiveness
2.4.5. Coordination as a Mode of Governance
2.4.6. Networked governance
2.5. Conclusions
3. Overview of approaches to participation across the EU
4. Country Sheets
4.1. Austria
4.2. Belgium
4.3. Bulgaria
4.4. Cyprus
4.5. Czech Republic
4.6. Denmark
4.7. Estonia
4.8. Finland
4.9. France
4.10. Germany
4.11. Greece
4.12. Hungary
4.13. Ireland
4.14. Italy
4.15. Latvia
4.16. Lithuania
4.17. Luxembourg
4.18. Malta
4.19. The Netherlands
4.20. Poland
4.22. Romania
4.23. Slovakia
4.24. Slovenia
4.25. Spain
4.26. Sweden
4.27. United Kingdom
5. Actor map
6. Designing engagement and participation initiatives
7. Good practice in issue-based, local and regional initiatives
7.1. Top down / government initiatives
7.1.1. Neighbourhood centres in Iasi, Romania
7.1.2. Ask Bristol and the Legese project, Bristol, UK
7.1.3. Avoiding traffic platform, Wienerwald, Austria
7.1.4. Bazar Vest, Aarhus, Denmark
7.1.5. Skanderborg Highway, Denmark
7.1.6. Le Printemps de l’Environnement, Belgium60
7.1.7. Reception Guide for Immigrants, Catalonia
7.1.8. Congestion Charges, Stockholm, Sweden
7.1.10. Local Agenda 21 (LA 21), Vienna, Austria
7.2. Civil society led initiatives
7.2.3. The big Ask Campaign, EU-wide89
7.3. Networks and consultancies
7.3.1. Assembly of European Regions, AER
7.3.2. Climate Action Network Europe (CAN-E), Europe-wide
7.3.3. Migration Policy Group (MPG), Europe-wide
7.4. Citizen Initiatives
7.4.1. The Critical mass (for bicycles)
7.4.2. Blogs – No impact man and others
7.5. Conclusions
8. The challenge of communicating Europe
8.1. Challenges and opportunities to participation
8.1.1. Trust, transparency and accountability
8.1.2. The threat of ‘street politics’
8.1.3. Can there be too much participation?
8.1.4. Trivialisation and short-termism
8.1.5. Nimbyism and self-selecting elites
8.1.6. Apathy in participation and the political process
8.1.7. Improving the participatory and democratic process
8.2. The European public sphere(s)
8.3. From reflection to reaction: European Union policies and strategies
8.3.1. Towards an Open Method of Communication?
8.4. Engaging citizens
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