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|Quotation:||Steyaert, Stef and Hervé Liso, Hervé (eds)(September 2005) Participatory Methods Toolkit. A practitioner's Manual. King Baudouin Foundation and the Flemish Institute for Science and Technology Assessment (viWTA): Brussels, 199 pp.|
|Short Description:||Together with the King Baudouin Foundation (Brussels, Belgium), viWTA reworked and improved the Participatory Methods Toolkit they wrote in 2003. The new Toolkit stays true to its original intention. While it clearly indicates the context and the purpose of different participatory methods, it does not overburden the reader with theory. This Toolkit is a practical and pragmatic guide for everyone who wants to organize participation on every level. This Toolkit is free. The previous version was extremely popular. To make the new version available to everyone in an efficient and cost-effective way, we offer it only in a digital format. Readers can download the whole Toolkit, or only the chapters they are interested in.|
|Publication Type:||project report|
|Institution:||Institute Society and Technology (Legacy) (IST-Legacy)|