Why or why not to participate? Some social and political considerations of public participation. Jávor, Benedek Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Dept . of Environmental Law Environmental Democracy Conference , Budapest, 19th, Oct . 2012. Jávor, B .: Why or why not to participate?.
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Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Dept. of Environmental Law
Environmental Democracy Conference, Budapest, 19th, Oct. 2012
Public participation: "bottom-up” participatory processes over and beyond traditional “top-down” approaches to the exercise of power have globally drawn increasing interest in recent decades
Diverseareas: environmentalimpactassesment, local development, forestery, science and technology, publichealthcare, etc
Differentlevels: local, national, global
Participatoryrevolution (John Dryzek)
No linearcorrelation of trustininstitutions and support of publicparticipation!
Clusters and age
III. The impact of theplaceofresidence
Trustvested in local governments according to type of locality
Correlation between participation in residential/community work and place of residence
Correlation between participation in NGO protest and place of residence
Distribution of the three clusters according to age groups
Distribution of the three clusters according to level of education
Whatarethe main obstacles of activeparticipation?
V. Advantages and disadvantages