New Democratic Processes
This report focuses on how well central Government is responding to the new agenda of public involvement in decision making.
Does the public want to be more involved in Whitehall's decisions? What types of opportunities do they have to get involved at present and what else would need to happen in order to deliver the government's vision?
The author argues that there is a growing gap between the rhetoric and practice at a central government level. There are a series of practical recommendations for how government can best learn from existing good practice and become more innovative in its approach.