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.
"Facilitating meaningful outcomes,"
3, Article 3.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/adr/vol12/iss3/3