Federal citizens' assemblies
In Germany, seven citizens' assemblies have been held at the federal level from 2019 to date. You can find all the assemblies in our overview.
Citizens' Assembly on Artificial Intelligence
In June 2022, randomly selected citizens debated the consequences of the use of artificial intelligence in a virtual citizens' assembly. More
Citizens' Assembly on Research
In 2022, 55 randomly selected citizens in the Citizens' Assembly on Research thought about guiding principles and recommendations on citizen participation in research policy. More
National Citizens' Forum on the Future of Europe
The Federal Foreign Office organised a randomly selected "National Citizens' Forum" in January 2022. There, citizens could actively contribute their own ideas on the future of Europe. More
Citizens' Assembly on Education and Learning
The Citizens' Assembly on Education and Learning presented its proposal for an emergency programme on education policy in Germany on 14 December 2021. More
In 2021, 160 randomly selected people from all over Germany deliberated on climate policy recommendations to the Bundestag and the Federal Government at the Climate Assembly. More
Citizens' Assembly "Germany's Role in the World"
Guidelines and proposals for future German foreign policy were discussed at the 2021 Citizens' Assembly "Germany's Role in the World". More
Citizens' Assembly on Democracy
How can we improve our democracy? This was the topic of the Citizens' Assembly on Democracy in September 2019 in Leipzig. More
National citizens' assemblies worldwide
Democracy by lot exists in many states. For a list of national citizens' assemblies in other countries, see our international overview. More...