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The Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance is based at the Australian National University. It is jointly sponsored by the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (in particular, the School of Politics & International Relations) and College of Asia and the Pacific (in particular, the Department of International Relations). Most of the research conducted by the centre is supplied by the Australian Research Council. There is a wide range of research being conducted by the centre’s staff and students, which include ARC Federation Fellows, postdoctoral fellows, PhD students, associated researchers, and visiting fellows.
This site is a resource on sociocracy and democracy and the ways they support each other. It examines the principles and practices and the ways in which together they could better achieve their objectives. How would things get done in a sociocratic democracy?
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