Assemblies are formed as a way for large groups of people to make decisions. A Citizens' Assembly is formed of randomly selected groups of citizens to make political decisions on controversial issues, while People's Assemblies usually involve self-selected groups that get together to make decisions, discuss issues or organise.

There is more info about Citizens' Assemblies on our 3rd demand. You can find further details and resources on our People's Assembly page or participate online at the link below.

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