About Policy Kitchen

Policy Kitchen

 

Policy Kitchen is a policy crowdsourcing methodology developed by foraus – Swiss Forum on Foreign Policy. It enables a diverse network of thinkers to co-create policy recipes to pressing foreign policy challenges. The methodology is built on a crowd innovation platform, physical workshops, and a support process to bring the best recipes to impact.

Policy Kitchen is public and allows for bottom-up participation in the political process. Any person, irrespective of background or location, can participate and contribute ideas. To ensure a high level of expertise, we partner with experts and professionals of various sectors (science, government, international organizations, NPO, business, etc). Collaborations with the Open Think Tank Network and other partners allow us to scale participation internationally.

The code for Policy Kitchen is made available as open source software. We encourage and support other actors in using participative methods in their respective domains. Contact us, we’re happy to help.

Policy Kitchen is supported by Engagement Migros.

 

 

Selected Policy Kitchen challenges


 

Impressions

 

About Policy Kitchen

 

Video message from Policy Kitchen workshop on AI in Zurich to San Francisco

 

Interviews at the Policy Kitchen workshop in São Paulo, Brazil

 

Interview of Jonas Nakonz, Project Manager of Policy Kitchen, by CNNMoney Switzerland

 

Idea upload WISCH

Idea upload at the Winter School for Think Tankers in Geneva, Switzerland

 

Issue mapping, Brazil

Issue mapping at swissnex São Paulo, Brazil

 

Idea upload, Polis180

Idea upload with Bosch Alumni Network and Polis180, Berlin, Germany

 

Idea pitch, Bangalore

Defining challenges at swissnex Bangalore, India

 

Idea pitch, Polis180

Idea pitch with Bosch Alumni Network and Polis180, Berlin, Germany

 

Idea pitch, Ponto

Idea pitch with Ponto at the Swiss Embassy in Vienna, Austria

 

Uli Sigg

Informal conversations with Uli Sigg (former Ambassador) in Zurich, Switzerland

 

Amandeep Gill

Expert input by Amandeep Gill (former Executive Director of the UNSG High Level Panel on Digital Cooperation), discussing the two published papers on AI in Geneva

 

Biodiversity

Experts discuss the published paper on biodiversity and discuss the ideas with the authors

 


Policy Kitchen is supported by:
 

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