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5 Ways to Increase Citizen Engagement in Public Meetings & Decisions

Empowering citizens to have a say in decisions which affect their lives can help government better meets the needs of the constituents it serves. But how can the public sector engage more people to get the participation and feedback it needs to deliver exceptional modern services?

Download this guide to learn best practices to increase citizen engagement in public meetings. You will learn how to:

  • Promote meetings across multiple channels.
  • Provide new opportunities for citizen feedback on your website or via text surveys.
  • Live broadcast meetings and then archiving them for an increased virtual audience.

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