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Authors

Jonathan Nuss

Abstract

Extract:

For inexperienced facilitators there exists a genuine risk that their desire to achieve a particular pre-determined result will fundamentally affect group processes in a manner that will limit broad ownership of the outcome.

This article looks at the experience of regulatory reform in the Youth Atlantic Treaty Association (‘YATA’), an international non-governmental organisation (‘NGO’). The article further assesses prospects for inclusive decision making as viewed through the conceptual lens of deep democracy and regulatory negotiation theory.

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